My Muse: Vignettes

In a London apartment, interior designer Sophie Ashby carved an entryway nook with a well-styled tinted glass console and a statement piece of art, proving that you don't need a ton of space to do...
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When I get obsessed with something, I get rather obsessed about it and there’s nothing I love more than a good vignette. I’m always re-arranging mine until I’m satisfied. Sometimes I’m at it for a couple of days. In case you’re not familiar with the term, a vignette is a grouping of items artfully arranged- a snapshot of your life. A vignette gives away the little details about you and your life, so it’s pretty important what you decide to put on display. After all, a home reflects who you are, whether it’s as an individual or as a family.

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William applied lime wax to the console to soften the color and give it an aged look. The lamp was left over from a showhouse he did in New Orleans, so he whitewashed it and added a new shade. “That’s the power of an expensive shade,” he says.
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Have you read the book Style by Emily Henderson? That’s all about getting some good vignettes set up in the house. I’m currently reading it and I’m loving it! She’s such a funny person, I’m glad she has a blog that we can all read.

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