Was the first day of Fall as gorgeous in your city as it was here?! We got to experience a significant drop in temperatures and a morning without humidity- pretty near perfect! In honor of the official start of Fall, I put together a "rustic glam" mantle. Of course, we don't really have a true mantle, so our console table subbed in.
I got some glam inspiration from this little fox I found at Target. Have you seen him yet? I passed him up a couple of times, but recently couldn't resist. Foxes are the new owl. :) He was originally a nice, light natural wood tone, but I sprayed him gold. He's wearing a handwritten welcome tag and sitting next to my very favorite Pottery Barn lamp.
I wanted the main scheme of the table to focus on the (mostly) real pumpkins and a few pops of bling. Oranges, cream, and forrest green are so pretty together with metallic silver and gold. I felt the display was rustic with the wooden dough bowl, woven basket below, veggies, and burlap lining the bowl. I almost embellished the pumpkins, but went with my friends on Instagram (@honeywerehome) who recommended keeping them natural. Thanks for weighing in! :)
I found the eucalyptus at Hobby Lobby for just a couple of dollars and placed them inside hammered vases from Target. They were both originally silver and I sprayed one gold. I love the height, shape, and natural color of the eucalyptus.
I found the dough bowl at a Christmas fair and use it all year long. Most of the time it's in the kitchen holding onions, potatoes, garlic, avocados- items I cook with often. Here, I lined it with cream-colored burlap and fit 11 small pumpkins and a few mandarin oranges (to fill in the gaps) inside.
This table is fitted with a shelf below so I like to take advantage of the extra decorating space.
The mercury glass candleholders were from Target (I think) as were the candles. I wrapped ribbon and washi tape around the candles and added a decorative leaf to two.
To pretty up the pillows, I added decorative ribbon. The burlap and satin ribbon is my favorite. The ombre green throw is from West Elm.
I made the wreath very easily with faux hydrangeas and a straw ring form. Go here for the full tutorial.
A big thank you to Courney (A Thoughtful Place) for featuring our master bathroom and to Cyndi (The Creativity Exchange) for featuring my tutorial on how to paint perfect stripes. If you've featured Honey We're Home on your blog, drop me a note so I can thank you here too.
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