Winter Mantel

5:36:00 PM

The simple things that make us happy...
Neutrals, rust, and wood.... winter warmth.



Things like rusty caps, wooden wheels, stick stars, 
and fire starters in a jar.



Rusty vintage shoe forms, a glass insulator, 
and a galvanized pot.




A rusty gear, a cement dress form, 
and a cricket on the hearth.



And then at the last minute... a metal vintage sign...




Happy Winter! 
Leave out a few of your favorite winter themed items and add them to your neutral rusty things. 



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6 comments

  1. Looks great Susan...the perfect mix :)

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  2. Love the stick star and the little snowflakes. So pretty.

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  3. It's so cozy! I wish I had a mantel to dress up :)

    Lindsey @ http://the-dailyme.blogspot.com

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  4. Very pretty, so warm & inviting.
    Saw you sharing with the All Star Block Party
    Debbie :)

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  5. Very warm and cozy. Thanks for sharing.

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