For this week’s 5 Way Wednesday, I am sharing my best ways to decorate with lanterns in your home. They are great all season long, but I especially love to decorate with lantern sets during the Fall and Christmas time.
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Fill a large wooden crate with lanterns, battery operated candles, and faux florals for a beautiful centerpiece. This would look great for holiday tablescapes or a display on a large kitchen island, but I love it near a fireplace, too.
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Lanterns add a charming touch to the front porch, so add a couple near the door. For this example, I don’t always fill the lanterns, but allow them to stand alone, adding an architectural element to the space.
Display 2-3 lanterns with seasonal greenery on a console table. For fall, I love to add my succulent filled pumpkins. Click here for the concrete pumpkin planter DIY! For Christmas, mini trees would look great, but any potted plants, real or faux, work all season long.
If you are looking for more ideas to style a console table, check out this 5 Way Wednesday with console tables.
A lantern set looks great on bookshelves. The key is to vary the height using a set of lanterns that are different sizes or stagger them on pedestals or risers. Basically, they act as architectural pieces to add interest to your space.
These lanterns would look great for shelf styling.
Lanterns were originally used to add light into the home. Therefore, it makes sense to place lanterns around the fireplace in place of a fire. You can add candles to create a warm glow, or use seasonal items for decoration. I like to use a set of lanterns around the fireplace. Specifically for Fall, I love to include pumpkins.
I love to use lanterns at Christmas time throughout my home. Lanterns look amazing around the fireplace filled with candles or placed around the Christmas tree. For example, you can fill lanterns with faux snow, mini trees, and reindeer to create the look of a ‘snow globe.’ If you love this look, check out more DIY snow globes, here.
These wood and glass lanterns are available, here.
Make sure decor items are in proportion to the size of the lantern. Specifically, fill the lantern about 2/3 full.
For Christmas, think of items like…
Specifically, I love to style my lanterns like a snow globe for Christmas or like terrariums in the spring!
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