Hi guys, I’m so excited to be back contributing for Do More for Less and to share my latest decorating project!

Are you ready to see my new fabulous find from Old Time Pottery? Check out this traditional wall art below that I snagged for, are you ready for this, just $19.99, Amazing! I love the nature theme as well as the soft blues and greens which coordinate well with the neutral colors in our family room.

Below is our 75 year old antique blanket chest that’s a treasured family heirloom. This unique piece has a traditional, yet eclectic vibe that really sets the tone for our entire family room. So I wanted the accessories above to reflect this same look, and add some height as well.

So I created an eclectic vignette with a mix of traditional and old world accessories. Here we’ve got the new traditional wall art, a woven candle votive with great texture, and simple candlesticks.

And here’s a pic of the entire room. We’ve got mid-century modern furniture, a garden stool that acts as a small side table, bamboo shades and finally my new vignette atop our blanket chest that adds height, texture and color. Now the room looks eclectic and collected, like the space naturally came together over time.

Okay if you love to decorate for less, like I do. Head over to Old Time Pottery and get creative. Maybe even think about incorporating an eclectic design into your home’s decor. The look is fun, a little unexpected and simply a mix of different styles that all come together for one…fabulous space.

Jane Bernard is the Owner & Design Consultant for her business Finding Fabulous by Design, LLC. She helps clients create stylish and updated spaces, without breaking the bank. She also writes the design & DIY blog Finding Fabulous. Her passion is finding simple & chic design trends…for less!
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