My vignette practice continues. I have scoured the web, books & magazines for ideas, I am determined to do this better. A good friend who is a fabulous stylist tells me its about looking at the textures of the objects and creating a textural story. She believes in me. I believe I need practice.
I realise I need:
- several decorative trays in different sizes
- a flat silver bowl that can hold several candles
- some small low bowls
- many many more vases
- flowers, flowers and more flowers
What worked no. 1 - my little horse
I recently put the little horse netsuke on this little wooden plinth, part of my 2013 drive to display what I have better. He looks great, you are sure to see him popping up all over the house.
What worked no. 2 - matching the book covers to the painting
For this vignette I matched the book covers to the colours in the painting. Yes I know its rather obsessive but its what the experts say to do and I like the harmonious look it gives.
The painting in the background is by my mum. Lucky lucky to have an artist in the family.
All photographs by Eva of BuildHouseHome.
I also realise how you can edit the vignette with photography. All these images are of the same space, some are zoomed in, or cropped, or taken at different times of day. Even the colour looks totally different. Cropping is excellent for removing noise, if I had swung the camera around you would have see the Voice of Reason's very untidy desk.
What do you think? Constructive criticism welcome.