Take one white table and add various bottles and natural elements. When you add a growing bulb to the mix the vignette will change as the bulb grows.
The look is changed completely when a black frame is used as a backdrop and a potted plant and a narrow necked bottle is added with a chair in the foreground.
Different bottles with feathery ferns change the look again. I was thinking how I would love to add a small black and white print inside the frame to fill up the space at the top. What do you think?
Replacing the black frame with a mirror adds to the repetition of objects and the mirror will also reflect other things in the decor. Massing object together has big impact.
With Christmas just around the corner what could you do to add a little festive flavour?
This vignette and the one below are so simple, inviting and in keeping with the other elements in
Repetition of glass and natural elements with a few sparkles. Very inviting.
And now for something more dramatic!
This vignette is built on varying shades and finishes of black with a strongly sculptural branch with blossoms to break up the starkness of the space. You could achieve a similar look with any colour interior by keeping the colour of the objects in the same family. Certainly black has an impact that other colours might not have.
Look around. What do you have in your home that you could group together?