A Traditional Spring Table Vignette

Are you guys ready for another Pinterest Challenge with Cindy from Country Road 407 and several other talented bloggers? Today’s challenge is all about spring tables. If you’ve found your way here from French Ethereal, wasn’t her table lovely? Now it’s time for me to share my version of a traditional spring table vignette.

Inspiration

Our inspiration for this challenge comes from Amanda Marie at Sincerely Marie Designs, and her Traditional Spring Console/Sofa Table Vignette.

I love the simplicity, the muted colors and the natural elements included in hers. These same colors and elements work well in my home, so I had fun hunting around my house to find things to bring together to recreate a similar look.

My Traditional Spring Table Vignette

My table has many of the same elements as Amanda Marie’s inspiration photo.

I also used white flowers with greenery, for a fresh spring feel. I didn’t have a basket to put my flowers in, so elected to use this pretty tin water pitcher, and bring in the natural texture of the basket by using grapevine orbs inside my cloche.

I added a white candle on a a white ironstone saucer, similar to hers, and also incorporated birds, although mine are white.

I used a book stack to add some height, but my books are wrapped in my favorite brown butcher paper to keep the color scheme neutral.

And finally, since I didn’t have a traditional bust like the one Amanda Marie used, I created a similar look by using my Willow Tree figurine instead.

The morning sun was shining in so beautifully while I was taking these photos.

It gave the whole house a a lovely glow, and despite the fact that it was literally -20 degrees outside, for just a moment it made me believe that spring really was on the way.

Hurry Spring. Please.

Now it’s time for you to pop over to Everyday Edits to see Laura’s spring console table! Plus, you can see the spring table ideas from many other bloggers by clicking the picures linked at the bottom of this post!

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16 thoughts on “A Traditional Spring Table Vignette

  1. Niky, I am so sorry! I thought I left a comment the other day (maybe I did elsewhere, like on your IG) but I did and do enjoy your sidetable!!! I love the pie crust look of the wooden table with the pretty vignette you’ve created on top! Tulips are my favorite this time of year… So pretty!

    Lovely, lovely with the light coming through the front door,
    Enjoy your coming spring,
    Barb 🙂

  2. Niky, first, I love the table. Interesting lines and a pretty finish. The arrangement fits the size and shape of the table and the neutrals and whites are a wonderful combo. Love the cloche. Hopefully, spring will be early and stay long this year.

  3. I got the shivers just reading the words -20 degrees. Brrr! Your spring table vignette is really pretty and I know that a touch of spring is just what your house needs during these last few weeks of winter.

  4. I cannot even with that -20 degrees lady! Oh my soul! How do y’all stand it? And I though our 3 degrees was bad. Geez! Anyway, thank you for joining in with our Pinterest Challenge. You did a great job showing everyone you don’t need the exact table to make it interesting and beautiful. Love how the light is streaming in your photo. Hope spring comes early! Pinned 🙂

  5. Love that table; great details! Your pretty table vignette is so fresh with the white tulips. Spring definitely comes a little more slowly here in the north; our decorating reflects that;)

  6. I love that you used your end table. You’ve created such a similar display even though your table is smaller. The unique style of the table adds to the overall feel too. Beautifully done.

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