A Back Entry French Farmhouse Vignette

9.18.2015

After I moved  the ugly bird picture to the sun room I was left with a blank wall in the back entry. No problem because it gave me a place to use my cow chalk board again. This dark hall area is so hard to photograph and I wish you could see what it looks like with the lamp on, but that just causes a big white glowing blob in pictures.

I placed my large red handled wire basket here and then just filled it with this and that.

This is the normal way I create a vignette just by grabbing things from here and there.

Sometimes I get the look I want the first time and sometimes it takes a few tries.

A French enamelware pitcher, old red scale and my favorite bull are corralled together.

An old ironstone milk pitcher is filled with dried lavender.

It all sits on a vintage French torchon with red stripes.

I created this look a few weeks ago and now it may just get styled for fall.

Have an awesome weekend!

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23 comments:

  1. I love the mix of treasures, so pretty!

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  2. Love all of your vignettes! Have a great weekend!!

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  3. Looks great. Love the bull with the cow blackboard. Perfect pairing.

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  4. Looks fantastic Kim. Trays and baskets are so great for making this and that just right. :)

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  5. A lovely vignette! Wishing you a lovely weekend, Kim!

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  6. You have so many pretty things Kim! Great vignette!
    Shelley

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  7. The scale needs to come out and the pitcher with lavendar go in. You can't see the scales. Just my opinion!!!

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    1. Good idea, Donna. At first I had lavender in the pitcher in the basket. Swapping it would probably work. Always good for a new set of eyes looking at it.

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  8. Such a pretty vignette, Kim! It will be so easy to change out and add fall decor. LOVE the cow chalkboard!

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  9. Love that red handled basket. What a great find!

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  10. Looks great, Kim. The cow chalkboard is one of my favorites. :)

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  11. I decorate like you. I start with one piece, often a basket, and just walk around the house grabbing things.

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  12. I especially love that red scale!
    Mary Alice

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  13. Kim you are the vignette queen. I love how your this and that just all comes together so beautifully for a vignette. The red handles really pop from the basket to tie this all together. Very nice.
    Kris

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  14. I love all your vignettes! This one is perfect! Have a great weekend!
    Debbie

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  15. Your vignette looks great. I love the cow picture - everything works well together.
    Have a great weekend.
    Mary

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  16. Very cute. But I would agree about the scale being too low. Maybe add a book underneath to raise it up just a couple of inches? LOVE the red handled basket!

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  17. Kim, I just wanted you to know that we gave you a shout-out on today's blog.

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  18. I love your vignette! Did you draw the blackboard design? All so neat looking! Blessings, Lynn

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  19. Such a pretty vignette to see and admire as soon as you walk through that garage door!....Looking forward to the Fall vignette you create...

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  20. Simple but definitely packs the right amount of Farmhouse punch into the space!

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