Christmas may officially be December 25th, but the Christmas season starts once all of the decorations are in place. But decorating is so much more than just hanging stockings and putting ornaments on a tree; the real decorating is in the details. This past Christmas, ProFlowers reached out to some of our favorite interior design bloggers to help inspire a blog post on festive mantelpiece decor utilizing some of our Christmas flower bouquets. Here is how our talented friends brought the Christmas spirit to every part of their home:

Christmas tree with tulips in vasers on mantle

Cindy at DIY Beautify turned her mantel into a festive Christmas masterpiece by layering candles, small Christmas trees, burlap stars, and a garland. Then she used her white tulips as a beautiful contrast to the cedar branches she picked from her own yard. You can see all the layers of her beautiful mantel here.

flowers in a vase and Christmas decorations

Havalah at Sisters What was experiencing lots of rain instead of the snow she was hoping for around Christmas time, so she used a bright colorful bouquet to bring some much needed joy to her kitchen. You can read about how the flowers helped boost her spirit here.

red and white tulips and pine cuttings

Anne of Anne in Residence said her theme this year was, “fresh greenery, red and kraft paper accents, and scripty writing embellishments.” Anne truly stuck to her theme, filling her mantel, side tables, and entryway with greenery, using red and white tulips as an accent. You can see her beautiful work here.

Christmas fireplace mantle decorations

Melissa of Dandelion Moms didn’t hold back when decorating this year and turned her entire house into a winter wonderland. Her mantel is just the beginning, as she filled her whole living room with fun and festive Christmas decorations. See the beautiful work she did setting up her house for the big day here.

white flowers on mantle 2

Susie Harris of her self-titled blog initially couldn’t decide where her flowers fit best since she liked them in so many places, but eventually she decided they fit best on her mantel. She said she used her flowers as a reminder to slow down during the Christmas season and enjoy the beauty around her. You can see her beautiful work here.

white flowers on mantle

Christina of Christina’s Adventures used greenery and pinecones to accompany her cream flowers, as well as recycled gold bottles to create a neutral and warm sideboard. You can see how she perfectly blended classic Christmas decorations with her own unique style here.

tulip bouquet Christmas decorations

Candice of She’s Crafty made a unique Christmas gallery wall and accented it with fresh flowers. Her gallery wall has a great mix of prints and crafts, as well as a vintage red shutter used as a Christmas card holder. You can read more about Candice’s beautiful Christmas display here.

Christmas fireplace

Michelle of The Painted Hinge was able to turn her mantel into a rustic masterpiece using lots of greenery and pinecones to accent her old-fashioned lantern and pitcher. All the warm colors and the fire make it look like the perfect cozy mantel to curl up next to on Christmas morning. You can see her beautiful display in more detail here.

 

With so many beautiful ways to get your house in the Christmas spirit, it’s hard to go wrong when decorating for the holidays. What inspired you to get your house in the Christmas spirit this year?