It’s time again for another fun Pinterest Challenge, hosted by Cindy from County Road 407! This month’s challenge is all about creating beautiful spring vignettes and entry table decor ideas.
If you’re stopping by from Bluesky at Home, I’m so glad you found your way here! Carol’s designs are always so pretty.
If you haven’t heard about the Pinterest Challenge before, here’s how it works: Several different bloggers take the same photo, and create something similar that will work in their own homes, and with their own style. It’s so fun to see all the different interpretations of the same photo!
You can see some of my past Pinterest Challenge posts here:
- Summer Table with Glass Bottle Centerpiece
- A Christmas Basket
- Spring Kitchen Decor
- Birdhouse Spring Decor
- A Traditional Spring Table Vignette
- DIY Burlap & Ribbon Valentine Wreath
- Summer Basket Decor
Our inspiration photo this month comes from Leen at Sand Dollar Lane.
She has created such a pretty entryway console table for spring using neutral colors accented with greenery. It looks so fresh and vibrant, so my goal was to create something with a similar spring vibe.
My Entry Table Decor Ideas for Spring
I created this first version, and while I liked it, I decided to also try a second version with fewer items for a more minimalistic look.
I like them both! What about you? Do you have a preference?
I think the takeaway here is to gather up several of the items you might want to use in your spring vignette and just experiment a little until you are satisfied.
The cohesive color scheme is key, however. I used primarily neutrals and greens, which pulls it all together as one vignette.
Using Books in Your Entry Table Decor
Using books is a great way to add interest and also height to your displays.
If your books have too much color or pattern, especially colors that don’t work with your color scheme, then covering them in brown paper is an easy way to fix that!
For my console table, some of the books I selected worked well, because they contained greens or neutrals colors…and the ones that didn’t just got wrapped in brown paper.
The book underneath it, Our Amazing World of Nature, is a recent antique mall find.
Use Items that are Meaningful to You
I always like to include a few sentimental pieces in my vignettes.
The tiny succulents are from my daughter’s baby shower, and several of the other pieces were my mother’s, including the woven blanket, the green and white china sugar bowl, and the handblown green jar.
The handblown glass piece still has a piece of tape on the back with my mother’s handwriting, reminding her that my dad got it for her when he chaperoned my 8th-grade school trip to Washington, D.C. ❤️
It’s these little details that make creating a vignette so fun. They are the perfect opportunity to display and enjoy some of the special pieces that you might not have out all of the time.
Next, I hope you’ll pop over to see the beautiful spring vignette from Lora Bloomquist. All of the other fresh, spring designs are linked up below, too.
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