Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Eclectic winter mantel

Since it's March, I thought I better show y'all my winter mantel before it gets a spring makeover.
For me, everything comes down to finding that perfect element to bring everything together. Yesterday, I remembered the rose paper weight that belonged to my grandmother, and that was the crowning touch for my mantel. 

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I remember this in her house and always loved it. My mom had given it to my daughter, and I searched her room to find it while she was at school. Don't tell her:-)


I love how the delicate look gives a feminine touch to the mantel. 


I added a pot of succulents, old brass candlesticks, and an original painting from a relative. 


The hanging plate is from a trip to Bolivia, and I electrified the hanging lantern from Turkey all by myself:-)


I love this mid-century modern style chair I bought on sale at Overstock after Christmas. I wanted something with clean mcm lines in this space and added the throw and a kilim pillow from the Kilim Pillow Store.


It has a lot of different textures and elements, but I think the look is pretty clean and simple. 


Simple for me anyway:-)




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7 comments:

  1. The mantel looks wonderful. I love the whole composition. Great chair too! I emailed you about tiling, hope you received it.

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    1. Thanks Penny, and thanks for the info about the tile!!

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  2. Love the mantel Anita. So very pretty. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  3. Beautiful winter mantle and the painting, gorgeous!
    Kathleen in Az

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    1. Thank you Kathleen! And thanks for stopping by:-)

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