A Simple Summer Vignette
If you see the decorating for the seasons page, you’ll notice that this spot of the living room gets changed out quite often. I say quite often, but truthfully, I left the boxwood bunny wreath from the Easter display up way after the holiday had passed because I was feeling attached to that little guy.
Since summer is officially here, I did some long-overdue summer decorating for the empire chest that sits by our front door. This chest holds all sorts of decorating items that I rotate throughout the year, so I pulled out anything and everything that reminded me of summer.
I also moved some things from other parts of the room like the Charleston sign I made back in November. You can see the tutorial in this post that gives tips on how to make a vintage-inspired sign from wall planks and a printable template for the lettering.
I decoupaged a free “one franc” printable from The Graphics Fairy to the french flower bucket that holds hydrangeas from our yard. This is the same galvanized bucket with the printed burlap fall label I used in the Fall display . Speaking of burlap, I sewed this table runner from some left over burlap that I had in my fabric stash. Have I ever told you I can sew a mean straight line?
The glass cloche that I used in the Easter display is now filled with sea shells that we’ve collected over the years including our honeymoon in the Florida Gulf and our recent family vacation to the Bahamas.
I still have a few small pieces of driftwood in a mason jar left over after making the driftwood heart art and vase. The coral that’s sitting in front of the galvanized bucket is actually a resin piece that was bought at the pet store and spray painted off-white.
The Moroccan lanterns have flameless candles inside that are set on a timer. I found them a few years back on Overstock and loved them so much, I bought a set for my mother for her birthday.
So there you have it… a simple summer vignette without having to spend a dime. Ah! Mission accomplished.
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Wow! that Summer Vignette is so neat! Isn’t it amazine how other colors look so much brighter against the white? Love all the shells and those Morocan lanterns. Did you get them from Overstock? We use a lot of the flameless candles(battery operated)since there was a major fire in a 3 level apt. bulding about 5 years ago in our Sr. Citizens community. One man died in the fire when the ceiling from 2nd. floor fell on him after he entered his apt. to go back and get something he felt he needed. It cost him his life.
What do you do for a Fall vinette? Fall is fast approaching us. Only a few more weeks of summer. Sure did go by us way too fast this year.
This is gorgeous! Love the driftwood in the mason jar! Saw you at SSS.
What a beautiful summer look.
Your vignette is so fresh and pretty. Love your seashell collection and the lanterns. Visiting from Wow Us Wednesday.
Beautiful Vignette ! I love your Moroccan Lantern they really compliment well with the other stuff. Great job ! came from Monday Funday (C.R.A.F.T) party !
Well, I just love everything about this! Saw you from over at the Graphics Fairy. I’ve been collecting shells all my life, and have a few of those glass domes, so you’ve inspired me to try this out. You made a beautiful collection here. Hydrangeas are the best, such a wonderful blue. Thanks for all the inspiration, check out my blog if you get a chance. http://www.king-designs.blogspot.com. I’m going to follow you!
It’s magazine perfect! You created a wonderful summertime vignette that I am sure others will be trying to duplicate.!
I love everything you did!! All the attention to the details in your vignette are so pretty. And I love the pop of blue from the hydrangea.
This is so beautiful! I love everything about it!
Absolutely love this space and each and every detail! The pop of blue is just wonderful as are all the beachy elements!! Just lovely! Thanks for sharing!
Have a wonderful week!
You had me at shells under a cloche! This is such a beautiful space – and I love that sign!
So gorgeous!! Just had to pin it for future reference! I’m so glad you could use that French Franc graphic in your vignette. Thanks so much for the link, that was so sweet of you!
Your buffet is so pretty and your vignett is gorgeous. Such a lovely presentation. I would love for you to link up to my Inspire Me party that will be live Monday evening. http://www.astrollthrulife.net. Hope to see you there. Hugs, Marty
Beautiful vignette Tricia! I love the crisp white and nautical touches with the pop of color from the flowers. (and I love that sign! 😉 )
Mmm! It’s Summertime perfection. Love all the little touches, brought together they are extra wonderful. I also love how you share all the little stories behind each piece too. Your home is filled with such meaningful belongings!
wow gorgeous! i especially love that the shells are from your trip…so cute!
Love all the wonderful summer feel around your home! Love the shells and blue pop of flowers as well.
Tricia, I love your summer decorating. Nice & easy, perfect for this time of year with the kiddos running about. 😉 And, the resin coral from the pet store no less! Brilliant my friend. You’re a think-y girl, I love it.
Have a happy weekend.
Gorgeous as always! I love redecorating without spending!! Great job:)
Thank you, Krista! There won’t be much shopping for house stuff these days anyways with the boys out of school. They like to shop about as much as their dad. 🙂
Love how fresh and summery this looks. And I can also sew a mean straight line! haha! ADORE those Moroccan Lanterns!
Lol! We don’t want to make anyone jealous with our sewing skills, now do we? I’m glad you like the lanterns. I was hoping they still sold them so I could leave the link, but no luck. Thanks for stopping by, Carla!
Tricia, this is so pretty. Love the whole area and especially love the sign.
Thank you, Kim! I love the sign, too. I miss Charleston like crazy and I’m so ready to go back.
I love your summer decorating Tricia! Your buffet, and beachy accents are gorgeous 🙂
Thanks, Tanya! I’m so glad you stopped by!