This is the time of the year where promenades are at hand, dates are being searched for to be able to sort of fit in during valentine’s day! For us here in Home Design Lover, this season like most of them, are made for love, fun and all the good stuff! Today, we will be starting off the week with pretty mantle designs that can match up the mood of this awaited day!
We have collated 15 designs of how some of our designer friends decorate their mantles using simple materials and design, and even recycling materials they have regularly at home, or things that might just match the theme they envisioned to achieve! Here are the designs and judge for yourself as to which is one is your fave and tell us about it!
Image: Craft Berry Bush
The little books on the mantle is sure is cute. The word L-O-V-E is spelled on each one. The lovely frames, flowers and vases are additional cute things.
Conversation Heart Tree
Image: Amanda Jane Brown
This crafty mantle set up is all pink and hearty! The tree is interesting since you can pick one and be able read some cute message in it. The marshmallows in the vase look too yummy too!
DIY Valentine’s Day Mantle
Image: Spoonful of Imagination
Isn’t this mantle interesting? Almost every piece of item in this one is handmade by the designer – except of course the vases and lamps on the sides! But heart garlands and the heart paper mache that is sort of framed on the background maybe the faves on this project!
My Valentine Mantle
Image: A Diamond in the Stuff
Don’t you like the artsy center piece? It’s made from the pages of a musical book. It’s easy to make and re-create. Adding a piece of a frame in the side is charming!
Post Valentine Subway
Image: My Computer Is My Canvas
From the name of this mantle itself, it tells a lot – and definitely shows it too! All the cute flowers, candles, cards, pretty pink items! So girly right?
Simple and Clean
Image: The Craft Sparrow
Simple colors were chosen in this mini mantle project. Hearts that hang, the word LOVE in a cute zigzag patterned background – cute stuff!
Image: Remodel and Ola Casa
All white wall and mantle with red trimmings in the side, sure looks stunningly beautiful. Seems like its winter on Valentine’s Day!
Image: Craftaholics Anonymous
This simple arrangement shows us ordinary looking red banner but is actually the highlight of the mantle because of the white color around it.
Image: Star Shine Chic
Doesn’t this arrangement look vintage with the browns and wood! The word LOVE cut-out is simple but really pretty.
Valentine’s Day Mantle
Image: Hoosier Homemade
Sometimes, putting a mini chalk board as a decor is charming especially when you know that what was written in it makes sense and works it – in fairness to this one, it worked out! Adding trinkets here and there did the trick too!
Valentine’s Mantle with Martha Stewart
Image: A Night Owl Blog
This one is like a double decker burger! Definitely a small area for decorating, but absolutely cutesy! The DIY’s here were followed by the designer while watching Martha Stewart!
Valentine’s Mantle and Felt Heart Garland
Image: The Inspired Room
A pretty simple arrangement wherein stuff from at home was mixed up with the X and O and the felt heart garland which was made by the designer – pretty simple DIY project to lighten up February!
Seeing this mantle makes us imagine an altar of some sort. All these candles and feathery stuff seems to be voodoo stuff but in a very girly and good way of course. The sign that say DREAM makes us do that – don’t you think so?
Image: Better Homes and Gardens
Using of vibrant colors in this piece of arrangement makes this one look really playful and really fun. The message on the banner says a lot too!.
Who doesn’t love vintage in this point in time? This type of design is ladies’ favorite because it showcases all the good stuff during the times we may not have been born! This piece looks so regal, simple yet eye-catching!
Wow! Just wow! Those designs sure were stunning and will surely be an envy for others when they see that you actually dolled up your mantles for this occasion that happens every 14th of February! We sure hope that you had fun with the designs we have shown and we hope you got inspired with them too! Go and decorate your mantles and tell us about them too!