I still crack up over the word home decor vignettes.
If your arrangement of objects is in a dark corner, it won’t be seen and the effect will be lost. Try building your vignette around a lamp.
If your room is formal, a symmetrical design works best. If the room is casual, asymmetrical groupings are better.
Use items in shades that complement the dominant color in a room. Silk flowers or artificial fruit are good ways to introduce color into a grouping of items.
Place several objects of similar shape, size and color together in odd numbers for maximum impact. Groups of three or five work particularly well and are stronger visually than a group of two or four.
Use small pedestals to elevate items. Try stacking books to create a platform for smaller objects.
Group candles, for example, or family vacation photos. If the vacation photos are from the beach, add a seashell.
Place objects from the back of the flat surface to the front instead of in a straight line the length of the surface. Placing objects atop a mirror, or leaning them against a mirror that’s on the wall, is an easy way to create a sense of dimension.
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