|A seashell made of wood with gold leaf combined with coral, antlers & seashells|
Let me backtrack a bit...I was recently introduced to Rhonda of Blue Creek Home from Linda of Coastal Charm. (Isn't blog hopping fun?!) Rhonda was recently trying some different mantel arrangements and I fell in love with this design which incorporates a chippy, beachy and vintage feel.
Rhonda created a mantel full of seashells, old books, a cloche and whimsical touches that make it stand out from the crowd. The finished product is a perfect example of how to incorporate things you love into your beach cottage design. Enjoy the inspiration!
Rhonda explains: I have been playing around with different arrangements on the mantel since I hung the refinished piano panel up. I am trying to keep the whole thing creamy and light.
These three candlesticks have served me well for the last 7 years. A lot of sheet rock mud, white and aqua paint, and brown glaze transformed their original bright gold into shabby delicious.
Old books sans the cover looks good in any design.
The base of the cloche is a vintage metal piece that was made in a foundry in Birmingham, AL.
The color is beautiful – the rusty white has a bluish patina.
Visit Rhonda at Blue Creek Home for all the fabulous details about her mantel design.
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Oohh I love this!!! The carousel horse is beautiful and you know how much I love the sea shells!!!ReplyDelete
I adore Rhonda, she has such a creative mind and this mantel is proof of that! She also makes the most gorgeous pillows!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful mantel display. Love all the chippy looking shells and candle holders. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
It's fabulous - Rhonda is super talented!ReplyDelete
That is amazing! I love the collection of shells in the tray!ReplyDelete
all my favorites on the fireplace mantel for some reason I have love for antlers don't know why just love them.ReplyDelete
It's lovely our mantel is only about 3" deep so not pretty displays for us!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for highlighting my mantel.ReplyDelete
I really had fun putting it all together and I am
thrilled to see it here!
this is visually gorgeous. Lovely arrangement of little pretty things.ReplyDelete
So pretty....it's just perfect!ReplyDelete
I am loving that shabby chunky piece of wood over the mantle. Yum. and the candlesticks Oh yes, I love what's been done hereReplyDelete
Beautiful!!! Can't beat Mother Nature's style.ReplyDelete