Spring MantelShabby-chic Style , Richmond

Grass, Ferns, and Architectural Salvage make this mantel the centerpiece of the room. Photos by Mikey Fuller.

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Laura Gaskill added this to Your April Checklist for a Smooth-Running HomeFeb 28, 2014

5. Refresh your mantel. Take everything off your mantel, and wipe down the surface. Bring in something fresh and green — potted ferns, blooming bulbs or cut branches will last longer than cut flowers. If you have a mirror hanging above the mantel, clean it as well. Add a few scented or plain beeswax candles as a finishing touch.

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Kim Gamel added this to 5 Important Winter Tasks to Keep Container Gardens in ShapeDec 19, 2012

If you have cold winters, don't leave filled pots outside that have the potential to break in freezing temperatures. When left out in the elements, pots will expand when frozen and then shrink back with a thaw. This can cause cracks, especially with terra-cotta and ceramic pots. Your safest bet is to clean them up and bring them inside.

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The Home Editor: City & Small Space Consulting added this to The Indoor Gardener: Reconsider Fabulous FernsFeb 22, 2012

A collection of potted ferns and grasses adorns a vintage mantelpiece in the home of Mikey Fuller, of the Shabby French Cottage. Opt for similar aged terra-cotta pots to add extra character to a display.

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janroze added this to TO DO LISTS + WHAT COME NATURALLYMar 27, 2015

AP Refresh your MANTEL. Take everything off your mantel, and wipe down the surface. Bring in something fresh and green — potted ferns, blooming bulbs or cut branches will last longer than cut flowers. If you have a mirror hanging above the mantel, clean it as well. Add a few SCENTED or plain beeswax candles as a finishing touch.

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Kait added this to h o u s e p l a n sApr 11, 2014

Shabby French Cottage Save to Ideabook Email Photo 5. Refresh your mantel. Take everything off your mantel, and wipe down the surface. Bring in something fresh and green — potted ferns, blooming bulbs or cut branches will last longer than cut flowers. If you have a mirror hanging above the mantel, clean it as well. Add a few scented or plain beeswax candles as a finishing touch

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