Crafting Vignettes

I have a confession. For the past week, I can’t stop staring at my new orange dresser. For those of you who don’t remember, this is what it looks like:

I’m in love! But…(isn’t there always a but?) the dresser looks like a gorgeous outfit that isn’t complete without a few accessoreis. So what would that include? Well, I’ll refer to the dictionary to help me with this one:

So when it comes to interior decor, a vignette is a little tiny “picture” that is put together with objects that are a variety of textures, shapes, etc. The goal is to create something interesting that draws in your guests. Think of it as a collection of things that can be a great way to express your personality.

I’ve started pulling together some artwork that I’ve collected over a couple recent vacations but I definitely need to collect a few more unique items to create interesting vignettes like these:

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Gorgeous right?! I’m going to start working on the elements of my own vignette but the three things that I have to keep in mind are:

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9 Responses to “Crafting Vignettes”
  1. Supriya says:

    Looking forward to view your future crafting…..

  2. Love this! You know, I honestly didn’t know what a vignette was. Sad, but oh so true. The funny thing is, I always liked them and just didn’t know what they were called.

    • Rubina says:

      Thank you! Ha, I was in the same boat until I started doing some digging into what “this collection” that I was trying to create could be categorized as.

  3. That dresser is so great. Where is it from? Did you do the teal wall yourself?

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