Rustic Summer Mantel

8:56:00 PM

My summer mantel... 

Brought to you by garage sales, thrift stores and clearance sales...


A tree here...


Some coral there....


A guy named Old Salty stands guard near an old pulley...



Rusty water caps make stands for vintage travel ad candles...


A distressed white swan sits among the rusty pieces, 
 coral and a painted white frame...


Rustic and ready for summer!


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7 comments

  1. I love all of it, but I think the candle bases are my fave.

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  2. Your mantel looks gorgeous for summer. I like Old Salty. I swear my dad had one just like that back in the day.

    Jeanine

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  3. Simply stunning, susan! You have an eye for mixing items- they come together beautifully and look so interesting together!
    xo Becca

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  4. Love the mantel! Don't you love yard sales and clearance aisles! Not to mention a good thrift store! You have done a great job mixing them! I am your newest follower!

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  5. Gorgeous mantle display! I love the rusty bits mixed in with the whites. This is something I struggle with but you've got it down. I love the little fisherman guy, he's so quirky and fun!

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  6. I love the old pully and the rusty water caps used as candle holders. Very imaginative!

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