This year, I decided to go fairly simple with my fall mantel decor. The walls and salvaged mantel are both white, so I wanted to bring in a bit of deep seasonal colors and natural elements to welcome autumn into our dining room.
I shared a glimpse of it in my recent Fall Home Tour. Today, I am sharing more details of how I brought it all together.
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It began with a woven basket, found at a thrift store, and a pair of brass candlesticks. I was really feeling simple, symmetrical and natural, with subtle hues of autumn like deep red, pale orange and brown.
Looking to create a similar style? Check out my source list for identical or similar items below:
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Wall color // “You’re the Boss” by Clark+Kensington
(PLEASE NOTE: photos have been edited with VSCO film actions and do not necessarily reflect the true wall color)
Penta Pendant Light // Raymour & Flanigan
Rustic Modern Dining Table // Similar on Amazon
Dining Chairs // Similar on Wayfair (without seat cushions)
Woven Basket // Similar on Amazon
Brass Candlesticks // Similar on Etsy
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