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Spring Coffee Table Vignette With Nests

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Happy first day of Spring! Today, we are so excited to share our spring coffee table vignette.

We are celebrating the arrival of the season with a Spring Festival Blog Hop, hosted by our sweet friend Kendra of Joy in Our Home. All week long 23 bloggers will be sharing all things spring in home decor. You can follow along each day this week for inspiration. If you found your way here from Carrie’s of  Curly Craft Mom, hello – so glad to have you! Today we will share our spring coffee table vignette with nests.

Coffee Table Vignette

We love creating tabletop vignettes in our homes. Vignette is just a fancy way of describing a pleasing or interesting formed grouping of several objects.  We frequently rearrange things on our shelves, mantels and tables because we just love to do it.  For our spring coffee table vignette it started with inspiration from bird nests.

Luckily we have several in our collection that have been found in nature, after the eggs have been hatched of course.

Also, we like displaying items at varying heights. This adds interest so that the viewers eye doesn’t just land at one level. This salesman sample chair makes for a perfect display shelf.

Remember this vintage cutie that we scored a few weeks ago?  We couldn’t wait to use this antique metal Easter baby chick with egg and wishbone cup engraved with “Best Wishes”. You can read all about it in THIS post. You won’t believe the deal we got! We placed it on this cupcake pedestal with some fresh moss and candy eggs under a glass cloche. It looks even better when elevated on spring-green vintage childhood books.

More nests are displayed.

A wire coat hanger end was added to a glass antique doorknob to become a photo holder. We added a vintage Easter postcard.

 

Collecting items on trays is the easiest way to create instant vignettes.

Put it on a Tray

Thanks so much for visiting us on the tour. Next stop on the hop is the fabulous Kendra of Joy in Our Home. You don’t want to miss her creativity!

Be sure to check back each day for more spring inspiration!

Don’t forget to Pin This To Your Favorite Pinterest Board!

Tablescapes on Monday

Timeless Creations | The Crowned Goat | The Painted Hinge
City Girl Meets Farm Boy | Live Laugh Rowe

 Vignettes on Tuesday    Joy In Our Home | Kingsbury Brook Farm | Chatfield Court
Curly Crafty Mom | 2 Bees in a Pod

 Recipes on Wednesday

Love In My Oven | Countryside Cravings | Crisp Collective
Berly’s Kitchen | Kelly Lynns Sweets & Treats

 Front Porches on Thursday

White Arrows Home  | DIY Beautify | Poofing the Pillows
Little Brags | Noting Grace

 Mantels on Friday

Repurpose and Upcycle  | Pennies From Heaven Home
The Homemaking Momma  | A Brick Home

35 Comments

  1. I love the salesman sample chair… I never thought of using a small chair on a coffee table. Very creative!

  2. Ok, ya’ll had me at chippy chairs, bird postcards, nests and green books! There are so many fabulous things in this Spring vignette to enjoy. As always your creativity shines. Great job ladies, Hugs, CoCo

  3. I just love this tabletop vignette and the beautiful white chair and the nests. So gorgeous and you’ve def. brought a little Spring into your home!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

  4. Ohhh what a cute little display using that little midget chair!!! Super pretty guys!!! Happy Spring!!! Christine from Little Brags

  5. That chair is so cute!! And I love the nests, really makes it feel like spring!!

  6. So many beautiful treasures styled perfectly in this fun Spring Vignette! Love the colors!

  7. Love how you displayed all of your pretty spring treasures together and the colors are perfect. Happy Spring Jenn and Vicki!

  8. Oh I am really jealous of that adorable little chair! I’m going to be on the lookout for one of those. It’s so perfect for varying the heights of your vignettes. Love what you’ve done!

  9. Ok, first off, that trunk as a coffee table is AMAZING – I love it! And that little chair is so cute! The eggs, nests, and green books were brought together wonderfully!

  10. Where do I start? I LOVE the green books — the doorknob holding the vintage postcard and your antique metal piece is magnificent. Happy Spring, friends.

    xo,
    Kelly Rowe
    livelaughrowe.com

  11. Very pretty! I loved the little Cloche! Have a good afternoon! Leticia

  12. Such a gorgeous, vignette! What an awesome idea to use a chair. So creative and fun! And that doorknob/wire hanger picture holder is SO cool.

  13. Mother of 3 says:

    Such a cute vignette; I just adore that little white chair. Pinned.

  14. I have several nests in my home and I enjoy decorating with them. Your comment about finding them in nature caught my attention. Mites sometimes make their home in birds nests, and remain even after the birds are gone. It is a good idea to put the nests in a sealed plastic bag in the freezer for several days to get rid of the mites that might be calling the nest home.

    1. Hi Kay –

      Thank you so very much! We appreciate you sharing your fantastic idea! We will give it a try!

      All the best ~
      Vicki and Jenn ~ 2 Bees in a Pod

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