It’s been a little while since our last ‘Vignette 101’ – so it is back with a pop fizz and clink – who is excited that it is December next week? If you live in a small kiwi bungalow or an inner city apartment, then no doubt your entry way is teeny, or non existent. Creating a small vignette can be a welcoming touch, where you can style practical items in a pretty setting:
A quick reminder of the time and date as you are rushing out the door is super easy with this bold and classic wall clock from Let Liv
Subscribe to Homestyle and in no time you will have a perfect stack of design magazines, this spot is perfect for storing magazines long term, and clearing the clutter from your living spaces.
Adding a soft welcoming light is an essential touch to an entrance, and if you are renting this can be a great way to introduce a little table lamp, and avoid harsh downlighting that is present in so many homes (pet hate!)
This little retro bedside table can be repurposed for a small, yet functional entry table, just big enough for the essentials, and small enough for the tiniest of wall space. We love this classic cutie from Mr Bigglesworthy
A small hall runner can add warmth, and draw your guest into the home – we love this vintage prayer rug from Siggada
A place to drop your wallet and keys is super practical – and this little number from My Deer Fox can hold your essentials such as cards, cash and phone.