Monday, September 4, 2017

Rustic Fall Mantel and Wooden Toolbox Centerpiece

School is back in session and the mornings are getting a little cooler, which means it is time to break out the pumpkins and fall decor. I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic feel in my decor.

I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic fall mantel and wooden toolbox centerpiece.

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Rustic Fall Mantel


I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic fall mantel and wooden toolbox centerpiece.

I styled my mantel around Mai Autumn's Summer Bouquet Giclee Print that I won from a giveaway over at My Turquoise Home. It has all the perfect fall colors in it. I used my teal and white painted faux pumpkins to offset the bright fall colors in the leaf garland.

I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic fall mantel and wooden toolbox centerpiece.

I brought in some rustic details by wrapping a candle and mason jar with burlap and twine. I used the mason jar as a vase for the faux Sunflowers, which is my favorite fall flower!

I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic fall mantel and wooden toolbox centerpiece.

I brought in some wood for an organic feel by using a wooden block to give the mini pumpkin some height and added a rustic wooden pumpkin a got for a couple bucks on clearance at the end of the season last year.

I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic fall mantel and wooden toolbox centerpiece.

A caramel apple candle and some pine cones are the perfect finish to this rustic fall mantel.

I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic fall mantel and wooden toolbox centerpiece.


Wooden Toolbox Centerpiece


I also want to share this easy centerpiece I made using a wooden toolbox. I started with a bed of faux moss, then added some more of the leaf garland. I got this at the Dollar Tree and it comes in sections so you can use it over a large area or break it up like I did here.

I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic fall mantel and wooden toolbox centerpiece.

I then arranged some mini foam pumpkins and pine cones in the toolbox around the garland. I stuck a few more single leaves in to fill in the gaps.

I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic fall mantel and wooden toolbox centerpiece.

This makes the perfect centerpiece and it took less than 10 minutes and $5 bucks of Dollar Tree supplies!

How do you like to decorate for Fall?

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I enjoy mixing neutral shades with the traditional orange and yellows of fall to create a rustic fall mantel and wooden toolbox centerpiece.




8 comments:

  1. I can't quite get into that autumn vibe yet. We don't decorate our homes for seasons in the UK. I'll go with candles though.

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  2. I have an extra wooden toolbox at home (a company accidentally sent me 2 when I was getting a gift for my husband) and this is such a cute idea! I was wondering what I should do with it. I just decorated my house for the fall, too! Yours looks lovely!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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    1. Thanks Carrie! I can't wait to see what you do with yours. I bet it will be beautiful!

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  3. I haven't even started decorating for fall yet. I may skip it this year! Haha!

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  4. Oooh! I am so excited it's Fall time, just about. See ya later Summer! I don't know how to decorate thou - it's overwhelming to me, lol.

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    1. I am excited for Fall too and I am sure you can decorate!

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