Are you starting to decorate your home for the spring season? I’ll share the inspiration behind creating this simple spring table vignette, and how I found all the home décor used here, just by shopping my own home.
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Spring Table & Pinterest Challenge
I’m so excited for today’s Pinterest Challenge! And with good reason…it’s my first time participating with these amazing ladies. 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 stopping by from Thistle Key Lane, I’m so happy you’re here. Michelle has one of my favorite blogs and always has the best ideas. I’m sure her early spring entry table inspired you! And you definitely want to visit my other friends at the end of this post for even more spring table inspiration.
Our inspiration photo this month comes from Amanda Marie of Sincerely, Marie. After seeing the simplicity and gorgeous clean look of this traditional spring table vignette was, I couldn’t wait to get started on creating a spring table of my own!
Items To Incorporate
To recreate a similar spring table, I used as many of the same elements as possible from the inspirational photo. I tried to use home décor that I already had around the house. I wanted to include:
- White flowers with greenery
- Wicker container
- 2 birds
- A pile of books
- Glass plant mister spray bottle
- Candle with white dish
When I think of a spring vignette, I think of flowers and greenery, both fresh and faux. I love using items that remind me of the garden…birds, pots, garden misters, flower frogs. And anything wicker. I love wicker!
Being the flower girl that I am, I wanted beautiful blooms as my anchor piece. I love using fresh flowers throughout my house. But realism has set in. We’re in the month of February, so flowers from the garden are not really an option. And we aren’t close to a store that offers fresh flowers. So the most realistic option was to use faux flowers.
Isn’t it amazing how faux flowers look these days? These were all purchased at a local store in Gig Harbor, WA called The Garden Room. And the best part? I’ve had these flowers for at least 5 years and they’re still going strong.
SHOP WHITE FAUX FLOWERS
The biggest difference between the inspiration photo and how I recreated my spring vignette, was the table I used. My 100-year-old home is quite small and a sofa table just doesn’t fit in the room. So I used this antique wooden table for my spring vignette instead.
And just like Amanda, I love mixing textures when putting together a vignette, like baskets, Ironstone and metals.
I thought it would be fun to use this clear vase placed inside the wicker vase holder. Different look, but same vibe. I’ve had this item for at least 20 years and always get comments every time I feature it.
SHOP WICKER AND RATTAN VESSELS
And what spring table vignette is complete without a set of birds?
Here’s a close-up of the sweet spring birds, without the wire cloche.
I have so many books lying all over the house, so why not use them as home décor?
Also included in this spring vignette is a glass plant mister and a different take on a candle. If you remember, I wanted to incorporate all things that were already in my home, so I opted for a homemade candle we made in a clear glass container, and wrapped twine around it for added texture.
SHOP GLASS PLANT MISTERS
I hope this simple spring table vignette got you thinking about the home décor you have in your own house that you could pull out and use for spring.
Up next is my very sweet friend Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse. She will show you 3 ways to decorate a sofa table for spring. I love all of her vintage treasures, and I know you will too!
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Spring Table Pinterest Challenge