Spring Mantel 2012

Well, the Christmas décor is finally put away! I've had this vision to re-do my mantel for Spring in my head for some time. That darned Pinterest makes you want to rip everything in your house apart and start from scratch daily!

I'm still in a very French farmhouse mode and pulled out all of these beautifully aged terra cotta pots I bought a few years ago at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore.

I filled the pots with artificial greenery, because I can't keep a ficus alive. Ha! I also put my tole hydrangea fireplace screen up. I love this piece. It's really meant to fill/disguise the firebox part of your fireplace during the warmer months, but I like it against the wall of my faux fireplace. I pulled the pink chaise over to create a cozy reading area.

This clock has been in a closet for a while. It is a very Rococo form made of crushed mother of pearl and resin. I'm really glad I got this stained glass window hung. It's never really had a place in my house. I can really enjoy it now. Keep scrolling for more photos:

I'll be back with more nifty things soon!
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