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How to Style a Simple Spring Vignette – Pinterest Challenge

Are you looking for some spring decor ideas and inspiration? Today I’m sharing how to style a simple spring vignette based on this month’s “Pinterest Challenge”.

spring vignette and dog on couch

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Spring Vignette & Pinterest Challenge

Are you ready for another Pinterest Challenge? If this is your first time hearing about the Pinterest Challenge, let me explain. Every month, our fabulous host Cindy from County Road 407, selects an inspiration photo for everyone to recreate. Each participant puts their own spin on the photo according to each of our individual and unique styles of decorating.

If you’re hopping over from Kristin at White Arrows Home‘s blog, welcome! I’m so glad you’re here. Didn’t you love the way she refreshed her entryway for spring? And you won’t want to miss my other friends at the end of this post for even more inspiration.


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entry console table styled for spring

Our inspiration photo this month comes from Leen of Sand Dollar Lane. She shares how she decorated her console table in her entry for spring.


spring vignette

Items To Incorporate For My Spring Vignette

I always try to use as many of the same elements as possible from the inspirational photo. But at the same time, my goal is to use just what I have at home for the monthly challenge. Here is what I ended up including when styling my spring vignette:

  • table lamp
  • pitcher with fresh branches
  • faux plants
  • vintage bottles
  • bunny
  • decorated eggs
  • books

styled spring vignette and dog on couch

I love Leen’s spring table. Unfortunately, my 1920 cottage doesn’t have an entry so I had to settle for the table behind the couch.

For that reason, I didn’t style the bottom shelf of the table like the one in the inspiration picture.

faux plant

Faux Plants

Succulents were used in the inspiration picture but I decided to use some faux plants I bought at Target last month for my spring vignette.

This plant is a potted rosemary which you can find by clicking HERE.


SHOP FAUX PLANTS


blue ceramic pitcher  with bay leaf branches and vintage blue glass bottles

Pitcher with Flowering Branches

The inspiration pitcher was a vintage piece that once belonged to Leen’s grandmother.

This Old Havana pitcher from Anthropologie is one of my favorites. I just love the colors for spring.


SHOP CERAMIC PITCHERS


blue ceramic pitcher and blue vintage glass bottles

Leen filled her pitcher with branches from her olive tree. As much as I would LOVE to have an olive tree, I don’t. YET! Instead, I cut bay leaves from our backyard tree.


blue vintage glass bottles

Vintage Glass Bottles

Here, I displayed 3 of my vintage glass bottles on a vintage metal tray.


SHOP VINTAGE GLASS BOTTLES


blue pitcher and glass botlles

white ceramic bunny

Nothing Says Spring Like a Bunny

Don’t you think that every spring vignette deserves a bunny?

I used one of my ceramic bunnies for this spring table.


white ceramic bunny, faux plants and vintage books

Books

Since I didn’t have a bottom shelf to show off for this challenge, I decided to show off some of my vintage books here for height.


dog on cream chunky throw and cream pillows

Thank you for following along to see how I styled my simple spring vignette.

Are you ready to see more Pinterest Challenges? Next up is Christy from Our Southern HomeYou are going to love her simple spring casual decorating!

Make sure to visit the rest of the bloggers at the end of this post by clicking their links. Thanks so much for being here. I’d love to hear your comments.

Until next time,

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12 Comments

  1. Your new sofa gets me every time it looks so good in the living room! and your sweet pup seems to love it too Those glass bottles are beautiful too!

  2. I always love to see your projects, Kim, and this was no exception. Love the vase with bay branches. Also loved the cameo of your sweet little pup. Pinned!
    Thanks for sharing,
    Niky @ The House on Silverdo

  3. I’m drooling over your pretty bottles; that dark one…oooh! Love all the textures and interest your brought together here. And to see green grass in the background; how refreshing! Fun to start bringing Spring touches in!

  4. I could look at your table all day. The little bunny and that Anthro pitcher… Beautiful! Loved that dark blue bottle too. I’ve not seen one that color. If you die before me, you can leave that to me in your will. Oh and the pitcher too. LOL! Thanks for joining in. Always love what you do.

  5. So pretty Kim, I like how the light from the window reflects on those blue bottles! And your sweet pup is such a cutie!!

  6. Kim your sofa table is perfect for this Pinterest challenge and I love everything you picked to create a fresh spring look! The pitcher is lovely and I never would have guessed that is new and not vintage. I especially love that sweet puppy dog and hope the others won’t get jealous for the spotlight LOL!

  7. Kim, your sofa table looks wonderful. We have one too behind the sofa and in front of a mirror. Your mix of colored glass bottles and the large (gorgeous pitcher) bring your eye into the scene. Love you mixed in the green plants ~ especially using your bay leaf stems.

  8. Kim,
    Your sofa table styling is so great. Don’t you just love these vintage blue bottles. It may be my favorite part of the challenge. Beautiful job.

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