Fall Inspiration For Your Fireplace
In just a few weeks we will be welcoming the beginning of Fall and embracing the cooler weather and the leaves scatter on the ground. So, what could be a better way to welcome Fall than by decorating our home and the surrounding area of our Valor Gas Fireplace to really get into the season. When it comes to decorating your fireplace and the areas that surround it, you want to make sure your decorations accent your existing setup and you want to ensure that the decorations won’t take away from the beautiful flickering flames that provide us with warmth and comfort.
The best way to get started on a project like this, is to review some inspiration to see what would fit your home and space best and then create your own version of these Fall decoration setups. Keep reading to see some great Fall inspiration for your fireplace:
This harvest inspiration is perfect if you’re looking to bring the colors of Fall into your home while highlighting your gas fireplace. Make sure to mix different textures such as glass, porcelain, canvas and also include natural items like leaves to pull the whole look together. This is also a great time to replace any art that you currently have hanging above your fireplace with something festive that fits in with your decoration setup.
If you’re looking to keep your modern style in tact, while still getting into the Fall spirit this is the perfect solution! By decorating with darker shades and natural wood, you create a great Fall look that stands out while still meshing well with your current designs scheme. Add in real pumpkins and even some driftwood to create a relaxed, yet festive look that will last all the way to the end of October.
When your feeling overwhelmed by all the decoration options and Fall items that can be brought into a space, the best thing to do is keep it classic and simple. Simply decorate your fireplace mantle with a line of real or faux pumpkins to show off your Fall spirit in more of a quiet and subdued way. This is a great idea when you don’t want to overwhelm your space with decorations but still want to display a few small items to bring the Fall feelings into your home.