A New Look for a Round Table

Hey everybody!
So glad that today is hump-day and we’re on the downhill slope to Friday.
My wicker cloche that I turned into a table lamp the other day found its way to the round table that resides in my basement.
Round table vignette via Worthing Court blog
Remember – I’m going for a rustic vibe down there so this lamp fits in perfectly.
Round table vignette via Worthing Court blog
I love all the textures in this vignette…the wicker, the burlap, the leafy green plant, the sticks and feathers…even the shininess of the green crockery vase and the glass cloche.
Round table vignette via Worthing Court blog
This table sits in one corner of the basement between the chairs and the couch.
The tablecloth came from HomeGoods and has every single color in it that I’m using in the basement.
Round table vignette via Worthing Court blog
See that round table in the corner, between the chair and couch where a bunch of junk is shoved up against it?  That’s the table I was working on.
basement before
It doesn’t look so great on its own, but I promise it will look better after all of the furniture is back in place and I’ve hung some stuff on the wall.
Round table vignette via Worthing Court blog
I’m sure that I’ll be tweaking it some more, but this what I threw together once I added the lamp.
Round table vignette via Worthing Court blog

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  1. That is a beautiful tablecloth — some of my favorite colors! Can’t wait to see your finished room, Suzy!

  2. I love this vignette and the lamp looks great and I like the textures too. Have fun.


  3. Sassy Southern Lady says:

    I like it. You are getting it all together. Keep up the good work.

  4. Shirley@Housepitality Designs says:

    The lamp looks great on the table Suzy!…love the “pretties” you placed on the table….Have fun decorating the room!

  5. Recreate and Decorate says:

    Looking very rustic! you are getting it al together.

  6. Nici @ Posed Perfection says:

    Love this grouping on the round table! The tablecloth is gorgeous too. Just wanted to stop by and thank you for your sweet comment on my Book Page Decoupage Eggs. Thank you in advance for featuring them on your FB page too. I appreciate your visit and your kind words. Have a wonderful week!

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  8. What a simple and pretty display. I love the wicker lamp you made.All of the elements you added to the table are just perfect together. =)

  9. Well how cool is that! Aren’t you the DIY expert! That’s cute- I really like it and your new vignette. I want to set up my round table with some Easter things.

  10. Great vignette. I think round tables are hard to do, this looks great and of course I love that lamp and the cloche. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

  11. Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions says:

    Nice vignette, Suzy, and I love your new lamp! I also like how you used a wicker charger for your cloche base.

  12. Liz Hockamier says:

    Love that pretty fabric. Isn’t it fun to just change things up?

  13. Great tablecloth – I think anything would look fabulous on that! However, you have done a beautiful job of creating a table top vignette. The sign on the cloche that reads, “Spring”, is adorable and I love your lamp. I cannot wait to see everything, when you are done (are we ever really “done” lol!).

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  15. Love the vignette.

    Great to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    – The Tablescaper