Today I’m showing you how I created three tabletop vignettes for the sewing machine table next to my couch in the living room.
There is a different sewing machine table on the other side of my couch, and I’ll decorate and show that later.
1. Version #1
For the first table top vignette, I chose for the background three elements: The birds/eggs wall hanging, and two wash boards of different sizes.
For a running theme for these vignettes, I chose natural neutral colors.
In the first one, I used a vintage wooden box in front of the birds/eggs wall hanging. Then I filled it with various vintage bottles and jars and a small faux plant.
To the side under the wash boards, I chose two faux plants (Hobby Lobby Saturday purchases) and the black bird. Then I placed vintage bottles and jars next to it.
Below the sewing machine table, on the round industrial end table I used a round galvanized container and added to it various sized vintage bottles and an ampersand.
2. Version #2
In the second vignette, I used the same background. But instead of the vintage wooden box, I used a dough bowl and filled it with faux flowers, a bird’s nest with faux eggs, and various vintage spools and rulers.
To the side under the wash boards, I used a faux plant, two candles, and the vintage shoe mold.
Below the sewing machine table, on the round industrial end table I used a vintage muffin tin filled with candles.
Below the sewing machine table, on the round industrial end table I used stacked books with a feed scoop and more small candles.
Which is your favorite look?
Do you like to often switch out vignettes in your home?