Lately all I’m seeing is copper EVERYWHERE. Copper sinks, copper mules, copper pulls, copper pans..you get the point. Copper is all the rage right now. So I decided to include some copper in an unconventional way in another one of my fall centerpiece’s.
I’ve had these copper mules for a while now. I actually inherited them from my grandmother when she passed. I loved them so much that my grandpa gave them to me to hang in my kitchen. I get the itch to switch and move things around so I decided to incorporate them into one of my fall centerpiece’s.
This was actually thrown together in a few minutes from items I had laying around the house. I had bought these white pumpkins for $.50 from one of those parking lot pumpkins sales. When I brought them home, I had no idea where to place them. They sat around for a few days until I decided they’d be perfect on our kitchen table. I also had these dried hydrangeas sitting in a vase from my mother’s garden this year. I stuffed them into this $2.50 garage sale find toolbox and used this as my main centerpiece.
I scattered the pumpkins around the toolbox and added some pinecone sprigs from a wreath I had laying around. I knew it was still missing something so I grabbed several copper mules from my wall. I placed the small pumpkins on top of the copper mules and just randomly placed them.
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I didn’t want too much fall decor in the kitchen, but this centerpiece was the perfect addition. From the touch of pumpkins, to the copper mules, and the soft black ticking stripe table runner.
I also wanted to share those beautiful vintage pressback chairs you see at our kitchen table! Would you believe we purchased a pair of these for $5 at a barn auction! No one else bid on them but us. That’s $2.50 a piece! I used Rustoleum’s White Linen Chalk Paint on the chairs and heavily sanded for a very distressed finish.
I love the mix and match look of dining chairs, what do you all think? To help the chairs look cohesive, I reupholstered my existing chairs using these linen napkins at $2 a piece and then bought the matching chair cushions to place on my new pressback dining chairs.
I am starting to love this little nook in our kitchen and I think the copper really makes this area pop! I’ve linked a few copper kitchen decor items below so that you too can incorporate some copper in your home!
What do you all think about using copper in your home decor? Love it or hate it? And how do you incorporate copper into your style? Let me know in the comments below!
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