Christmas Mantel with Tone on Tone Feature Wall and Electric Fireplace

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Can you believe we’ve almost rounded the corner to say good bye to 2020? I have to say I’ve never been more excited to see the Christmas season and the anticipation of ringing in a new year. Before we say goodbye to this year I wanted to share my Christmas mantel with our tone on tone feature wall and cozy electric fireplace. I’m joining Carrie from Lovely Etc.‘s annual blog hop so stick around to the end of the post to see more fun Christmas home tours from my talented blogger friends.

Christmas Mantel with Blue Feature Wall and Cozy Electric Fireplace

I started this DIY Tone on Tone Feature Wall with Built In Bookshelves a few years ago. Originally it only had a faux birchwood fireplace insert.

Just recently I removed the faux birchwood fireplace and created a DIY raised electric fireplace hearth.

I’m so happy to finally have a real (or electric) fireplace to hang stockings above!

Rustic Christmas Home Tour with tone on tone blue feature wall and electric fireplace hearth
Rustic Christmas Home Tour with tone on tone blue feature wall and electric fireplace hearth

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I purchased those two pencil size pre lit Christmas trees at Walmart for only $89 each! I think they fit perfectly in this space.

Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and two pencil Christmas trees
Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and raised electric fireplace hearth

I didn’t do any fancy holiday decor. As a matter of fact, the only thing new here are the Christmas trees.

Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and raised electric fireplace hearth

I used existing Christmas tree ornaments that I had from years past and I added a few burlap ribbon pieces to tie the stockings in with the rest of the space.

Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and raised electric fireplace hearth

There is nothing better than the twinkly lights at Christmas.

Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and raised electric fireplace hearth

Those pillows around the fireplace are a DIY no sew project made from canvas gift bags!

no sew pillows from Christmas canvas gift bags
Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and raised electric fireplace hearth
Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and raised electric fireplace hearth
Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and raised electric fireplace hearth

My cat even wanted to see the new Christmas mantel and Christmas trees. Let’s be honest, all she wanted to do is chew on them.

Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and raised electric fireplace hearth
Christmas home tour with tone on tone feature wall and raised electric fireplace hearth

I hope you’ve enjoyed my tone on tone feature wall all decorated for Christmas! Make sure to check out some more inspiration from these other talented bloggers below.

Lindsey**

Lovely Etc * DIY Beautify * Up to Date Interiors * What Meegan Makes * Sunny Side Design

Chatfield Court * Sweet Pea * Repurpose and Upcycle * Hey There Home

At Lane and High * Postcards from the Ridge * Making it in the Mountains * Lehman Lane

Newly Woodwards * Thrifty and Chic * Bright Green Door * Refresh Living

21 thoughts on “Christmas Mantel with Tone on Tone Feature Wall and Electric Fireplace

  1. Your living room looks so cozy, a wonderful spot to enjoy with your family. I love how you flanked your built-ins with pencil trees and the pretty burlap stockings hanging over your electric fireplace. Enjoy this Christmas season with your family!

  2. That wall is beautiful and a great backdrop to those adorable trees! I love the symmetry of it! I also love the vintage looking pillows you created from canvas bags, so smart! Have a wonderful holiday season!

  3. I just love the color of that wall! And I am so impressed with the fireplace. The flanking trees are gorgeous and what a steal! I love the symmetry of it. I have been dying to do this in my dining room….I might have to go to Walmart!

  4. What a beautiful space! The pencil trees look like they were built to live there. Love the pair of trees with your symmetrical space.

  5. With your lovely fireplace and lovely tones you have a gorgeous space for Christmas decorating. It’s so warm and inviting. Merry Christmas.

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