A Simple Spring Vignette

A Simple Spring Vignette

I created a simple vignette on my kitchen table. I decided to use a wood tray and place all the items in the vignette on it. Using a tray allows the vignette to be easily removed if we need the entire table. The tray has a kitchen drawer look to it that makes the design very interesting.

A Simple Spring Center Piece

The vignette was tea inspired. I love to use tea pots and cups in my designs, especially in the kitchen. I feel using elements that are kitchen utilitarian are more practical in a kitchen theme.

A Simple Spring Centet Piece

My favorite cream white ceramic set consisting of a tea pot, creamer, sugar bowl, plates, cups and saucers are the main focus in the design. Pretty golden yellow napkins add just the right pop of color to the vignette. I used a cream colored pitcher (not of the set) to hold some spoons.

A Simple Spring Center Piece

For a touch of Spring, I placed a bird’s nest on top of the stacked tea cups. It’s as if we were having a tea party and two birds spotted the perfect place to build their nest.

Spring Vignette

A Simple Spring Center Piece

A little wire basket is filled with small potted faux hydrangea plants. I love their muted green and white tones. The tones play nicely with the green welcome basket hanging on my cabinet in the background.
A Simple Spring Center Piece

This cute green basket was a lovely find and a perfect Spring touch in the kitchen. I filled it with some faux yellow and white tulips and hung it on my kitchen hutch.

Spring hanging basket 2015

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31 thoughts on “A Simple Spring Vignette

  1. This is really pretty, just the right touch of spring without being overwhelming. Perfect. BTW, I love the tray, rustic and useful.

  2. So lovely, LuAnn. The tea set is gorgeous, and everything looks inviting…I’ll be right over. lol. I love that you can just move the tray when you need the table for mealtimes.

    • Hi Bobbi! Come on over! lol I love that the tray makes a perfect accent piece for displays. I’m so happy I found it! Nice hearing from you!
      Have a lovely Friday and weekend! It should be beautiful here… I can’t wait!
      LuAnn πŸ˜‰

    • Hi Katherine! As always, it’s so nice to hear from you! Thank you for the feature! I look forward to seeing it on Monday. You are very welcome for the share…Many thanks too for hosting your lovely party.
      Have a wonderful weekend!
      LuAnn πŸ˜‰

  3. Lovely………..love all that white and ironstone and hydrangeas…….all my favorites
    in one picture. Very pretty. Also love the welcome sign full of tulips.
    Nice job!
    Blessings and Happy spring,
    Nellie

  4. Such a pretty vignette. So springy with the yellow and hydrangeas and I love the birds nest in the cups. Thank you so much for sharing at Share It One More Time. Cathy

  5. I love using trays for vignettes. I love the nest and Hydrangea with the pieces of white! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

    • Hi Nancy! Thank you for your lovely comments and for the visit today. Many of the faux plants and flowers look very real today, especially when mixed in with real ones.
      I hope you have a lovely weekend,
      LuAnn πŸ˜‰

  6. This looks so incredible! I’m always so amazed by your talent. Pinned and tweeted. Please join us on Monday at 7 pm and party with us! It is so super fun to see what you have been working on! Lou Lou Girls

  7. I love this vignette, LuAnn. It’s so pretty with the cream and touches of green – and your tulips on the hutch are gorgeous too. Thank you for sharing with us at the Hearth and Soul hop. Hope you will join us again this week! Pinning and will tweet your post!

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