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How to Style a Vignette – #HIT

How to Style a Vignette – #HIT

A few years ago, I didn’t even know what a Vignette was. Fast forward to my start on Instagram and the design world opened up to me. A little research and before you knew it I was out there styling up vignettes all throughout my house. You can find my vignette styling instructions written all over this blog but this week I thought I would take you a little further afield than my own opinion and share with you some great posts from other website to help you navigate this styling term, with their tips on how to style a vignette.

How to Style a Vignette – A Round Up From Around The Web

Lets start with the holy grail of interiors websites in Australia, Interiors Addict with their post,


If you can tear your eyes away from Houzz, Temple and Webster have some fantastic ideas to share,
My good friend Gina, at Style Curator, has a great post from the Stylist Splash, with some simple to follow rules,
Let’s head on over to US website The Decor Fix, for some a quick fix formula that can work for anyone,
Making Lemonade blog has another great step by step tutorial to assist you with your vignette styling.
Over to The Life Creative, for another easy to understand example
Yvonne from Stonegable shares how to make a transitional vignette in this post
Nate Berkus has a really simple post on how to style the perfect vignette, in his usual style.
And finally this post from Refresh Designs has very simple easy to follow tips for creating a vignette
As you can see, styling a vignette, is an easy and fun way to assist in decorating your home. I’d love to see some of your vignettes, care to share on Facebook?

HIT Rules
1. Linkable posts, must centre around the topics of DIY, Renovations, Home Organisation, Home Improvement, Home Makeovers, Home Styling, or Home Maintenance.
2. You can share 1 post each week. Please make sure they are new to the “Home Improvement Thursday” party.
3. Linking is simple, find the little blue button at the end of the post that says, Add Your Link, and then pop in your URL, and follow the prompts. Your link only needs to be added once and it will automatically show up on both of our blogs… it’s that easy!
4. Grab our #HIT button and pop it on your sidebar. Don’t forget to share it with others.
5. Follow the blogs of your fellow #HIT family, and leave a comment. Please visit and comment on at least three blogs that are near you on the list.
6. Leave a comment on the post below so we can return the favour and comment on your post.
7. Don’t forget to follow The Plumbette and The Builder’s Wife
*Each week Bec and I will feature one of your posts onto our social media pages. By adding your link, you are giving The Builder’s Wife and The Plumbette permission to post one photo from your post with a link back to the full post for future roundups on our blogs and possibly share your image and link on social media.
For any questions please email myself [email protected] or Bec [email protected]
We’d love you to join in. xxx


Last week Eva from The Multitasking Woman, linked up her great decorating post, 10 Ways To Style A Wooden Ladder


And Charlene from Teacher by Trade, Mother by Nature shared another instalment in her organising and decluttering her home, using the KonMari method.



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  1. What a great round up Nicole! Thanks for including us in it <3 Now you’ve got me wanting to get my stylin’ on, he he! xx

    1. You are very welcome Gina. Hope you are well xx

  2. I didn’t know what a vignette was a couple of years ago either. I thought it was a type of salad dressing. ?

    1. LOVE this!!!!

  3. Lovely lady, what a darn fine list. I’m off to check them out, as I’m feeling a bit uninspired of late xxxx

    1. I think you’ve had a LOT on your plate my friend. I hope you are all well. I’ve been thinking of you. xxx

  4. […] styling bedside tables are always the same, for men, women and children, after all it is simply a vignette. Styling for a man, is a little different in that most would prefer not to have flowers of pretty […]

  5. […] way to inject personality, interest and colour around our home is with vignettes. I just love creating vignettes, and spend many hours looking at these on the internet. We have vignettes in just about […]

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