Top Menu

Pumpkin Seeds Fall Mantel

Mantel with cotton branches, little old bottles, leaves, fall, acorns

With Fall and a home tour almost here, it was time for me to change my Summer mantel. I wanted to mix white and earthy tones not only on the mantel but around the whole house to greet the new season.

What I had in mind was something totally different that I couldn't put together.

Have you been there?

You think of something and try it out, but have to let it go because you couldn't put the whole thing together. Then, you begin thinking about something else, but that first idea keeps on bugging you!

Hmmm I was there.

Plan B came without even thinking about it while spending time with my daughter in her bedroom.

Yep, it was there, in her bedroom, where this vintage printer's letterpress drawer-tray was being used and POP, the idea came. She let me use it, but I have to give it back to her when the season's over. ;)

little pumpkins, acorns, pinecones, mantel, fall

From there it was a matter of finding little Fall things to display in it.
The pumpkin seeds sign was one of my last year's projects, you can find the graphics right HERE.

empty frames, cotton branches

Empty frames and some cotton and other branches made the balance on the other side.

Mantel with felt pumpkin garland, brown bottles, empty frames, white pitcher

My collection of old bottles came into play too. This amber Clorox bottle was my latest find.

vintage Amber Clorox bottle, pumpkins, clear bottles, old books

felt pumpkin garland, free graphics pumpkin seeds packets, wooden box

This is a pumpkin seeds fall mantel, I had to include some pumpkin seeds! :)

Fall mantel with vintage printer's letterpress drawer tray and pumpkin seeds sign

Big thanks to Connie for the cute, free printable Seed packets right HERE.

mantel decorated for fall with pumpkin seeds, branches, old bottles

I couldn't leave the cute pumpkin garland, I found at Ross, inside a container, nope. I'm so glad I brought it out, it makes me smile to see all those cuties one after the other.

Fall mantel with vintage printer's letterpress drawer tray and pumpkin seeds sign

On the floor, a wire basket was filled with big decoupage pumpkins.

There you have it, my pumpkin seeds fall mantel.

Fall mantel with pumpkin seeds by remodelando la casa

I have a lot more pumpkin and Fall details that you can check right HERE in my Fall Home Tour!

This is the complete Fall home tour line up:





Enjoy what you read today? Enter your email address below to subscribe to Remodelando la Casa:

Delivered by FeedBurner


  1. I so enjoy your decorating style! Love the creativity, and the theme you went with. Looking forward to the full Fall tour tomorrow!

  2. Love everything but seriously need that pumpkin garland! I will decorate for fall before we leave the last week of September. I can't wait! But I will since we are just now dropping out of the 90s! Already painting ugly ceramic pumpkins!

  3. Understated elegance at its best!

  4. I love this! Especially that amber bottle, it really adds the perfect little pop of color.

    xoxo, SS

    The Southern Stylista

  5. So, so beautiful! There is nothing you can do that isn't simply gorgeous!

  6. Cristina, your pictures are amazing. Your really have an amazing eye for detail. Everything you share is remarkable.

  7. Awesome post! I would love to invite you to my new link party The Beautifully Creative Inspired. The party launches every Fridays at 9AM eastern time on 5 BLOGS! It runs until Wednesday night :D Hope you can party with us!

  8. I love the use of your typeset tray. Very creative! The mantle looks great :)

  9. I adore your mantel, Cristina! I'm so glad your daughter allowed you to borrow the printer's looks perfect! Those are the cutest little pumpkins, too!

  10. Love the vintage typeset tray! How creative to place the miniature seeds and pumpkins! Adorable! Still creating my fall mantel I keep editing it, now I feel more inspired!

  11. Cristina, you have wowed me again and I'm sharing this at Wow tomorrow night.

Copyright © Remodelando la Casa. Designed by OddThemes