3 Ways to Style your Mantel this Ramadan

Mantle with wall baskets, Door Decor, and pampas vase


One of the easiest ways to elevate your home for the holidays is to use your fireplace mantel as a focal point. We put together three distinct looks for your fireplace mantel this Ramadan! 

1. Neutral

Fireplace Mantle Decorated with Pampas and Moroccan Lanterns

Simplicity through your design and decor choices goes a long way. For a sleek aesthetic,  keep it to neutrals with some black accents. Pair our Burlap Banner with some natural textures like woven baskets and pampas. 

Use the Door Decor as the focal point of your display by centering it on your mantel. Add dimension on either side of the Door Decor by placing candlesticks of varying heights. These black candlesticks contrast well with the all gold Moroccan Floor Lanterns.

Don’t forget to add a nice warm glow with by adding battery powered candles to all your lanterns!


For a vibrant look that’s perfect for spring, incorporate a few more colorful items into your decor. You’ll need: fun and unique vases of varying heights, dried (or faux) florals and/or greenery, hanging plants, and Days of Eid Moroccan Floor Lanterns with their colored panels in. 

You might land on your desired display the first time putting it together, but it can be equally fun moving things around until it feels just right. 

Here’s what to do: Place the Door Decor front and center on your mantel. Move the vases around until you’re satisfied with the different dimensions and textures. The florals can be placed anywhere, but they’re especially beautiful on or around the Door Decor. Balance the sides with anything else that brings you joy!


Yes, your kids can definitely help you design this look! Display your Days of Eid Countdown Calendar as the star of the show. 

Grab a couple of your Star Lanterns, and fill them with lights for a beautiful glow that goes with our Star and Moon String Lights

Your Mini Moroccan lanterns sit on one side of the calendar. On the other side, bring it altogether with some of your kids’ favorite Ramadan books and a Quran!

We hope these ideas got you as excited for Ramadan as us! Don't forget to tag us on Instagram @DaysofEid  when you try them out. 



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