Vignettes of the Month
Vignettes should not be overlooked in a room. Vignettes have equal importance to the main piece of furniture in a room and/or the main fabric in the room. Vignettes create a focal point, a moment that pleases the eye and takes the room from fine to fabulous. Almost no room, hallway, nor entryway is complete without one. If you have the space, I encourage you to take the time to incorporate a vignette. It doesn't need to be elaborate, on the contrary, simplicity is best.
Following are the vignettes that I have curated this month.
This space is stunning. The arched enclave creates a perfect spot for a vignette and this vignette does not disappoint. The oval sunburst (type) mirror is the perfect choice to bring the curves and the table together.
This entryway vignette is a warm welcome into this home. The matching candlestick lamps and gallery wall surrounding the beautiful brass mirror set the tone for what one can only expect to be a lovely home.
Top Rail Interiors, photo source
Another simple and stunning entryway vignette. I also love the sightline to the pretty wallpaper on the right.
Anderson Wier Studio, photo source
This gorgeous antique chest creates a stunning vignette to welcome visitors into this home. Another stunning element in this room is the high gloss white paneled ceiling that lets the light from the storm door shine in. So pretty.
Digs Design Company, photo source
The next two vignettes feature my favorite vignette building blocks: blue and white, books, and great artwork.
The way the paining is nestled between the table and the stair stringer in this vignette is charming.
M+M Interior Design, photo source
Sometimes more really is more. This chest and oversized artwork make for an eye catching vignette indeed.
Ashlely Gilbreath Interior Design, photo source
This vignette is simple and stunning. I am particularly fond of the way the grasscloth wallpaper and wicker drawer pulls play off of each other. Beautiful.
Brian Paquette Interiors, photo source
The table turned desk behind this sofa, simply topped with five books, a candle and lamp creates a calming and dramatic view into this room. This is a case of less is more. Love.
Moore House Design, photo source
I will be back tomorrow with a Furniture Fever post. See you there.
Thank you for reading today,