I failed to take a before picture but thanks to the magic of the internet, here are some examples of what they looked like before:
Although I do love the color green, I wasn't sure that this assortment would go with my Green Tea colored walls in the living room. So I decided to spay paint them all a matching color. I chose to use a mix of RustOleum's universal spray paint in copper and brown, both with a hammered finish.
Here is how they turned out!
The hammered finish didn't really come through. I realized (after the third one I did) that I should have held the spray can much closer and laid it one much thicker to have a more hammered look. But I was more focused on the color that the hammered effect I so I just went with it as is. The one on the left I sprayed the copper all over and then dusted it with the brown. The one on the right I did just the opposite with brown as the base color and then went over it lightly with the copper.
The next step was to make it fit for fall. I found a bundle of fall flowers and leaves on rollback at Walmart. Using floral foam and some wire cutters, I went to work. Here is the added fall color:
The final look puts these together with the canvas photo, some extra pumpkins from the dollar store and two pictures we found on clearance at Target.
with mood lighting: