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Hello friends! Yesterday, I switched up my mantel decor and created this spring watering can mantel!
I was inspired by a similar look that Liz Marie Galvan shared a while back where she hung a vintage watering can above her mantel and I wanted to try to create a similar look. This mantel is quickly becoming one of my favorite spaces in my home to style!
I hung a vintage galvanized watering can by using a piece of twine looped on the handle and hung it from a screw I already had in the wall above the window frame. I placed fake stems inside the watering can and inside terra cotta pots of various sizes that I placed on the mantel. I added a set of iron candlesticks that we sell in our shop to complete the look.
On the ottoman below, I placed a few vintage books and a thrifted topiary in front of a vintage wooden crate with a pillow placed inside.
I also used this cottage pillow from our shop on the chair next to the mantel.
I love how it turned out! My $40 chalk painted mantel is my new favorite spot to decorate!
I hope I’ve inspired you in some way today! The sources for all of the items shown I’ve shared below.
Vintage Watering Can- Facebook Marketplace
Mantel- Facebook Marketplace, painted in Rustoleum Chalked Paint in Linen White
Terra Cotta Pots– Our shop, Faith and Farmhouse Market
Stems in Watering Can– Hobby Lobby
Bushes in Terra Cotta Pots– Hobby Lobby
Iron Candlestick Set– Our shop, Faith and Farmhouse Market
Chair and Ottoman- Facebook Marketplace (Ikea Ektorp line)
Cottage Pillow– Our shop, Faith and Farmhouse Market
Chunky Knit Pillow Cover– Hobby Lobby
Crate, Window Frame, and Old Books- Vintage Finds
Thank you for reading and God bless!