My advice is to layer - place objects on top of each other, in front of each other; books are great to use in a vignette. Make sure you add different shapes, heights and textures to create interest; flowers and plants add wonderful texture. And have fun with it, change your vignettes regularly - you get better with practice.
Bookshelves are perfect for a series of vignettes.
It doesn't have to be complicated, it can be really simple.
Don't forget your bathroom and dressing table.
Even your kitchen bench.
Shops are full of vignettes, and Anna Spiro from Absolutely Beautiful Things is a guru of vignettes.
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And if you didn't see this over on my facebook page, make sure you watch Emily Henderson style a mantle piece in three different ways. She is amazing...