Romantic & Chic Fall Mantlescape
As I was walking through the flower/vegetable garden last week, I felt inspired by my Vanilla-Strawberry Hydrangea bush. The branches are drying up but leaving behind a gorgeous sage to mauve color. Very symbolic for the same color change we see throughout autumn. As I walked towards our small orchard I saw the same color pattern in our apple trees. I quickly snipped some branches for my imagination.
When I got into the shoppe, I grabbed our taupe velvet pumpkins and started to pull together a gorgeous mantlescape. I love how the taupe velvet color shimmers off the white candle pillars. As I described in our IGTV, the mantlescape feels effortless and natural. Not to mention how affordable this look is using branches from the flower garden.
As the main focal point to the mantel, we have our Home Story scroll hanging. This scroll was one of our fall releases and I love the simplicity and meaning behind the quote. Of course our salvaged marble fireplace is the perfect setting for this french-chic look.
I think having a beautiful tray would be a perfect setting if you wanted to translate this look onto a coffee or dining table. Having these branches and pumpkins on a tray would make it easy to remove off the dining table too, if needed.
I am so happy to have created the romantic and frenchh-chic look for fall. Walking by this vignette everyday inspires me to keep creating. If you wish to watch the full tutorial on how I created this look, check out the IGTV link below!
Tell me below what colors you're decorating with for the fall season! Happy September!
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