I heart tiny art

bed-side vignette, bedroom vignette, fabric headboard, nightstand styling
Before we shot our look book, I searched around for visual inspiration and pinned a whole bunch of pretty vignettes. Now that our look book shoot is over, I went back to look at these images once again and noticed that a very large percentage of them contain some sort of small scale art work, either propped up in the vignette or on a tiny easel.  Clearly, I have a thing for mini-paintings...maybe it's a cry from my subconscious desire to start painting again this summer~"why not just start small"?  Do you ever notice a pattern in the things that you're drawn to?

Images via: Lonny, Cottages and Gardens, Veranda, Hillary Thomas, Better Homes and Gardens


  1. love all of these pieces especially the vibrant and colorful ones!

  2. well, mini paintings are super cute!

  3. I love tiny art as well....because it makes you look twice and study it end up focusing more on a small piece than on a large one in my opinion. Beautiful round-up!

  4. Tiny art has become my new thing too! Such an easy way to add personality to a space.

  5. Beautiful works of art and artful accessories in these lovely vignettes, Sue!
    Very special, it is like when people see the Mona Lisa at the Louvre and are surprised at the small size!

    2013 Designer Series

  6. I love the idea of layering small pieces! Thanks for your sweet tweet Sue, so nice of you!!! xx

  7. Love all of these!! Usually I'm drawn to really large scale art for walls, but I love the idea of decorating on tables with tiny art, especially in ornate frames!

  8. Great images! I heart tiny art, too!!!! A great way to incorporate artistic touches without all the wall space!!!

    Can't wait to see your new cookbook!
    xoxo Elizabeth

  9. I love when I find trends in my pinnings. It's a great way to get to know yourself and style better.


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