Now entertainment center & vignette is a contradiction in terms...
at least as far as I'm concerned ;)
But living with children you need to compromise for practicality's sake.
Maybe some day I'll be able to decorate more to my liking. Maybe not.
Anyway, just wanted to share a few of my ideas.
Along the top I've placed a few of my favorite things. The large basket on the bottom corrals a game system & games.
The vintage picnic basket holds some my of vintage textiles, with one peeking over the side. The mason jar hold vintage hankies & jewelry, a dust free way to display. The old trunk on the bottom hides another game system & games. This old clock belonged to my Grandmother. I found the metal "vases" with basket "covers" while clearing out the farm. They are on there tight! Woven directly on, I imagine. This painting was painted by a friend while we were all stationed in Alaska. A pretty handpainted basket holds yet another game system & games under my favorite table, a gift from my Daughter.
"Shabby Family Chic"