Wood, Wicker, Glass and Books.........

2.28.2011

........Everything I need to create a nice vignette in our family room.
This is the way it has looked since after Christmas. Can you believe it?


























Thanks for all the sweet comments on my featured blog post today at Mod Podge Rocks.

Enjoy your evening,

KIM

40 comments:

  1. A beautiful vignette! love the colors. I am crazy for your magnifying glass, is it old or new?

    Karen

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  2. Kim your home is so beautiful and I love the vignette.

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  3. Still a pretty vignette. :)
    Enjoy your evening.

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  4. That looks good Kim! I have to start working on some pretty vignettes around here!

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  5. The magnifying glass is not old it just looks that way.

    Thanks

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  6. Kim, your posts are a joy!

    Sue
    xo

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  7. Love it, Kim, just as everything you create...Christine

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  8. Kim,
    This looks like a vignette that I have had here at Coastal Charm...looks like we have the same taste...I guess that's a good thing:) Hope you have a great week!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  9. Oh girl! This is INCREDIBLE! Right out of Restoration hardware or something! I'm gaga over your door stop shoe and the magnifying glass. Please don't tell me you got it at a thrift store. Please tell me there is somewhere tangible I can find one!

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  10. Kim it's beautiful... I love the glass bottle...

    Pattie

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  11. It looks great, Kim. I have to get started on some things around here...with work being what it is I have not been "doing" as much as I used to...this is getting OLD!;>) Diana

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  12. Your coffee table is set similar to mine! I swear I know we share the same decorating brain cells! Ha! You haven't seen my home in a while and I made some changes then I'll look at your blog and I'll see that you've done the same thing as me and it's your own idea. Too funny! We like the same things. I have books with a blue-ish glass bottle on top and a wicker basket filled with books and a magnifying glass on top and an antler. I have a french pottery piece on the table too. See? Of course, I love what you've done!

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  13. Oh I love the cloche with the thick glass...it is all so pretty♥

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  14. Sommer, the magnifying glass was purchased many years ago at a decor shop and the shoe form is vintage and found at an antique mall.

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  15. I love your pretty tabletop vignette!

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  16. Kim you always put together the prettiest vignettes! Martina

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  17. Hi Kim, just catching up a bit. Your new vignette looks great. You seem to wave a magic wand & make things look perfect together. Love the corbels & what a great price. Again with the wand & your painting abilities! Congrats on the feature. That piece is so gorgeous. And good luck on choosing just the right rugs for your kitchen. I find that just about anything looks good on a wood floor. Have a great week!
    CAS

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  18. Oh shoot I knew it lol. Well I'm going to be on the hunt for one and if you find another one let me know and I'll pay you to ship it to me! lol

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  19. Looks ready for a magazine shoot, Kim! You have the loveliest of ideas. No, I can't believe anything stays put that long. Doesn't here!
    Brenda

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  20. Ah yes, the essential magnifyer! Yours is so pretty!

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  21. I love the little magnifying glass, I could really use one like that not only for decorating but for seeing in general lol.

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  22. Your table vignette looks great!
    I, like some of the others, love your magnifying glass. I actually have been looking for one.
    I really like the shoe, too.

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  23. Tee hee! I thought that was a glass of chocolate milk with a ribbon tied around it! Pretty high falutin'!
    I have the same spyglass in brass!
    My vignettes appear and disappear with what I like to call "the Changing of the Hormones"!

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  24. Wow you're just so good at what you do! Love the wooden shoe thingy next to the glass, the greenery...

    Michelle
    New England Style

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  25. Oh Kim, how beautiful! I love how you used the magnifying glass in the vignette.

    Enjoy your evening,
    Gail

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  26. have to admit that i can hardly believe that anything could have stayed the same since Christmas in your house, kim. hee hee. you are the fasted redecorator i know. ;) looks great!

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  27. Your vignette is wonderful! I love the shoe form. I think my dad has a bunch of those! Maybe I should ask him for a couple the next time I see him!

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  28. Girl you have a knack for putting together beautiful vignettes! You always inspire me. How awesome to be featured on her blog!! Congrats!! :)

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  29. Kim, your vignette is charming. I'd enjoy seeing it everyday. ~ Sarah

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  30. Warm, inviting, chic and VERY PB, Kim! Great job on that vignette!

    xoxo laurie

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  31. You have a magic touch, Kim!

    XO,
    Janie

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  32. Your vignette is beautiful. I always think a vignette that includes books is extra special. Your magnifying glass and cloche are wonderful. Very beautiful vignette.

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  33. You always inspire me! Love your style, you have some of the nicest touches! This vignette included!

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  34. Just lovely - calm and serene for this between-Christmas-and-Easter time.

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  35. Yum, what kind of candle, looks chocolate?!

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  36. Your vignette is awesome! What a beautiful home you have!

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  37. Love the vignette Kim~ it's so pretty! Thank you for sharing at my party! :)

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  38. Very pretty ~ especially the bottle on the pillar holder. Great idea ~ Have a great weekend.

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