Vintage Farmhouse Spring Mantel

Hey hey you lovely people! And happy Wednesday. Do you guys realize that the first official day of spring is only 12 days away? TWELVE DAYS. I don’t know about you, but this girl is so flippin’ excited to say farewell to winter. I’m beyond ready for all things bright and cheery–which is precisely why I’m sharing a fun vintage farmhouse spring mantel with you all today. I was actually in Michael’s recently, apparently I can’t go one solid week without stopping in there, and I found the most gorgeous bundle of faux roses and dahlias. It was a large bundle, I think it cost around twenty bucks, so I only bought one and separated it into several little sections for this look. I’m usually not a huge fan of roses, but these were a beautiful shade of soft pink, which is pretty much my obsession right now. Come see what I did with them!

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Vintage Farmhouse Spring Mantel
Vintage Farmhouse Spring Mantel

I have a DIY post coming up soon for these terra-cotta pots with vintage labels. I cannot wait to share how I made these–you’ll probably be very surprised to see where I found those old labels.

Vintage Farmhouse Spring Mantel

Vintage Farmhouse Spring Mantel

Vintage Farmhouse Spring Mantel

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I really love how this mantel came together with the old window chalkboard, terra-cotta pots, and pink flowers. It’s a simple look, but it definitely adds a lot of cheer and spring color to the living room. All of the terra-cotta pots are from Michael’s, I just dry brushed them with white paint. And of course the greenery and faux roses are from there as well. Oh and I also found those cute little chalkboard sign picks at Michael’s too. I basically give them all of my money on a weekly basis. It’s a problem.

Be sure to stay tuned for the tutorial on those fun terra-cotta pots with vintage labels. I’ll be sharing that post next week. Thanks a million for dropping by the blog today! Let me know what you think of my spring mantel and don’t hesitate if you have any questions.

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  1. Kellie wrote:

    Sarah, I love your Spring vignette with beautiful flowers!I am a Michaeloholic too 😉 I am so ready for bright and cheery too!!!

    Posted 3.8.17 Reply
  2. Briana wrote:

    Love the pops of peach and green! I wish I had a fireplace mantel to decorate, but I got a lot of ideas for my entryway console from your post! Thanks!!

    Posted 3.8.17 Reply
  3. Jana wrote:

    Verrry cute and springy! I also love the terra cotta pots by the watering can. Those must be vintage or maybe you did those too? It’s definitely spring here in NC and I am loving it, pollen and all!

    Posted 3.8.17 Reply
  4. Sharon Isaac wrote:

    Love the spring bits and pieces. So bright and cheery and pretty. I wish I had a mantel to decorate. I’ll have to find another space. Heading into autumn here in Australia so I’m looking at cheering the place up as the weather starts to cool down. Love all your great ideas, Sarah. Keep ’em coming. God bless xo

    Posted 3.8.17 Reply
  5. Jana wrote:

    Simply beautiful and a great way to welcome in spring! Love the soft shades and the greens together! I am also crushing on those cute tin vases as well! What a wonderful way to welcome the new season!

    Posted 3.8.17 Reply
  6. Annette Pollman wrote:

    Awesome, great ideas come to mind for my fireplace. Where did you get the metal cans in the tool box.

    Posted 3.8.17 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      I got those from Magnolia Market!

      Posted 3.9.17 Reply
  7. Heather Hoben wrote:

    I love the seed labels! I have some vintage French flower ones that I put in small white frames, I put some on glass bottles as well. I now have another idea for them, thank you!

    Posted 3.8.17 Reply
  8. Doreen Sulfaro wrote:

    I love it. Will paint some terra cotta pots myself as I love the look and all your floral arrangements. Beautiful.

    Posted 3.11.17 Reply

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