I didn’t change up a ton from my January mantle, mainly because we are still in the same season; winter! Here in Wisconsin, we still have 29378937 feet of snow with more snowstorms still headed our way.
I also didn’t want to go crazy with colors or tooooo farmhouse-y because tomorrow, after almost 4 months of waiting, our new furniture that we custom designed is going to be delivered from North Carolina! I’m so excited to show you guys! I haven’t seen it, so I’m a bit nervous. We went BOLD! Something I don’t always do….but….when you own an 1886 Victorian, there really aren’t that many rules. If it ends up tacky looking (which it better not for the cost! haha!) it will just look like it blends in because the house is so old. ? ? ?
So, anyway…here it is! A Valentine’s themed mantle fit for February! It’s nothing extra special, but a nice switch up from January!
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Let’s talk about where everything is from…
Bruce sign: handmade by me
Mirror: Home Depot
White arched window: HomeGoods
Old distressed window: thrift shop
Coffee filter wreath: made by me. Here’s the tutorial
Bunting banner: Target
Hearts with 14: Target
Old books: Thrift shops
Bead garland: made by me. Here’s the tutorial
Concrete & gold planter: HomeGoods
Artificial plants: Ikea
Gold letter “B”: Hobby Lobby
White crock: thrift shop
Gold photo frame: HomeGoods
Wooden sign: handmade by me
Wooden box: antique store
Copper log holder: thrift shop
Birch tree logs: antique store
Candlestick holders: Walmart and repainted by me. Here is the tutorial
Ampersand: Hobby Lobby
Butter churn crock: estate sale
Arrow heart: Target
Black antique pie safe: Facebook marketplace
Copper urn: antique store
Wooden bobbins: North Carolina
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