This modern rustic home design features a gray tile, double-sided fireplace with white shiplap above and a natural wood mantle. Two leather studded armchairs and neutral fabric sofa share the tufted leather ottoman.
This contemporary living room includes varying tones of gray and black, black and white checkered wingback chairs, white couch, fireplace insert with natural wood mantle, neutral area rug on luxury vinyl plank flooring, and soft recessed lighting.
This contemporary black and white living room includes gray walls, cream couch with black accent pillows, black and white checkered wingback chairs, a modern natural wood coffee table with black frame , and a neutral electric fireplace with natural wood mantle. Hardwood floors are accented with a neutral area rug.
Exposed wooden beams provide contrast in this white, modern living space with a rustic vibe. The charcoal stone fireplace extends from floor-to-ceiling, divided by a natural wood mantle. A nearby striped black-and-white rug shares the space with a modern coffee table and blue velvet sofa.
A deep, royal blue sofa and tufted yellow coffee table stand out in this natural living room design. A pair of wood stools with baby blue seat tops are a unique seating addition. A natural and brown rug adds an interesting pattern below the furniture. Gray stone frames the fireplace finished with a white mantle. Color coordinated bookshelves compliment the bold furniture colors.
Natural light floods in and keeps this space bright and inviting. A blue shag area rug brings a beautiful texture and color beneath the sleek leather sofa and soft, neutral ottoman. The large mirror pairs a unique mosaic pattern with the simple mantle and brick faux fireplace surround.
This living room features a whitewashed fireplace with a dark wood mantle. White ceramic vases sit on top of the mantle, while a mirror hangs above. A natural wood coffee table and sisal area rug are positioned in front of a tan sofa with colorful pillows. A wrought iron chandelier provides a finishing touch.
As seen on HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, the formal dining room in this home was moved to the sunporch to create a unique space for entertaining. With plenty of natural light, the space feels bright and open, while the brick fireplace makes the space feel a part of the home. A new, rustic dining room table brings this space to life, as the new chandelier helps to light the space and add a touch of elegance.
This transitional-styled living space features a gray tile, double-sided fireplace with a rustic shiplap mantle. Natural wood and leather elements give the space a rustic, modern feel, from the studded armchairs to the tufted ottoman.
As seen on HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna have turned this mundane master into a magnificent masterpiece. A new coat of paint provided the base color for an elegant, neutral color palette. Windows in the corner of the room let in plenty of natural light, making that corner of the space the perfect place for a reading nook. A faux mantel in the center of the room creates a focal point and adds a smidge of rustic charm to the space, tying this design into the rest of the home.
This Crow's Nest Mansion in Bronxville, NY, offers guests lots of architectural design upon entering the space, from the coved ceilings to the corner fireplace with a rich, detailed mantle. The bay window lets in natural light and features a bench for extra seating, while a large Persian rug lines the floor.
This light and bright living room features a pair of neutral grasscloth upholstered sofas positioned in front of a red brick fireplace with a traditional white mantle. A lantern pendant light hangs from the elegant coffered ceiling, while two sets of French doors allow natural light to illuminate the space.
This natural holiday mantel uses lime green decor for a punch of color. A rustic nest wreath with a silver-plated star and green ribbon is displayed perhaps to celebrate a family member serving in the armed forces. Leaf sprigs and handmade paper garland complete this simple mantle.
If you have a lidded ceramic jar, fill it for free with natural reeds or branches from nearby pond or lake. Then use the lid as part of your decor, by simply leaning it against a small stack of books. You won't have to buy another accessory to fill that space. This rustic mantle is in a home on north Georgia's Lake Burton, in the Waterfall Club community.
This transitional white master bedroom is a traditional minimalist's dream. Large floor-to-ceiling windows and French glass doors bring in lots of natural light, while the tray ceiling with crown molding adds that traditional touch. Furniture is kept limited with white statement pieces, keeping the space open and showing off the beautiful hardwood floors. A marble fireplace mantle and glass wall adds a little modern dazzle to the room.
White walls and open arch doorways create a spacious and airy feel in this living room. Bright red armchairs and a blue shag rug add bold touches of color to the room. A contemporary neutral sofa creates a perimeter for the room and seating to watch the mounted TV on a natural wood accent wall. Floating shelves, an Asian coffee table and a wood mantle board add wood accents throughout the room.
Instead of a fancy piece of art, enlarge a photo you've taken outside or in a favorite spot and frame it, says Leigh Spicher, Ashton Woods' national director of design studios. You can add color to the mantle, like in this Dallas home, without using accessories. Also, arrange shells or other natural elements that you saved because of their beauty (and free price tag) in a frame or shadowbox, as another layer of art for your mantel.