- 1 How do you display antiques?
- 2 How do you display your antiques in a way that feels modern?
- 3 How do I display vintage collections?
- 4 How do I display small collectibles?
- 5 How do you display memorabilia?
- 6 How do I show collections without looking cluttered?
- 7 What is modern Victorian?
- 8 How do I display small trinkets?
- 9 How do I display large collections?
- 10 How do you organize collectibles?
- 11 How do I display my doll collection?
How do you display antiques?
Show Off. Create an art gallery in your home with vintage art or posters. Gallery walls look great almost anywhere, but for optimal impact, display your art in a high-traffic area like a hallway, staircase, or the living room. Use kraft paper to map out the perfect spot for each piece before hanging it.
How do you display your antiques in a way that feels modern?
“I tend to use contemporary furniture and lighting elements to give a space a more modern feel. These pieces take on an artistic quality and have energy against traditional backdrops. Another way to modernize an interior is to incorporate a bold paint color or even use graffiti on the walls.”
How do I display vintage collections?
How to display collections in your home
- Display ceramics in a vintage dresser.
- Or hang plates on the wall for an alternative display.
- Showcase smaller ceramics on an ornate fireplace.
- Display your favourite finds in groups.
- Create a gallery wall of vintage prints.
- Make a feature of kitchenalia.
- Style your own vintage library.
How do I display small collectibles?
- Place mundane objects in a stage-type setting.
- Don’t let the backdrop interfere with your display.
- Add focus with lighting.
- If you have more stuff than space, display one great object in place of two more modest pieces.
- Display valuable items behind glass doors for protection.
How do you display memorabilia?
Creative Ways to Display Your Memorabilia
- Tabletop frame – Perfect for smaller, flatter items, like stamps or antique oil paintings, a tabletop frame is a functional and stylish way to show off your memorabilia.
- Clear boxes – Like a tabletop frame, the boxes allow you to see your memorabilia at all times.
How do I show collections without looking cluttered?
5 Ways to Display Your Collections without Looking Cluttered
- Cluster Items in Groups. Grouping items makes the placement feel intentional rather than haphazard and cluttered.
- Create Focal Points.
- Sort Items by Color.
- Treat All Collections as Art.
- Rotate Items Seasonally.
What is modern Victorian?
For the uninitiated, modern Victorian spaces are exactly what they sound like: homes that blend parts of the Victorian era with bits of the modern day. In a modern Victorian home, you can expect to see cement on the floors and chandeliers on the ceiling—or ornate mirrors juxtaposed with works of abstract art.
How do I display small trinkets?
6 ways to display your trinkets and collections
- Pile them into a wire basket.
- Style them into small vignettes or scenes.
- Hang them on the wall.
- Prop them up in a printer’s tray.
- Stack them and make a feature of them.
- Prop them up in crates.
How do I display large collections?
Surface displays When you’re displaying collections of items on a surface like a coffee table, dresser or counter, try to corral them together. I love using trays, baskets and glass jars for this purpose. It makes such an interesting presentation and keeps them from getting scattered around and messy-looking.
How do you organize collectibles?
Consider these ideas:
- If the items are on the small side, store half of them in a safe place and only display some items at a time.
- Divide them into areas for display, which can also bring symmetry to a room or area.
- For a dramatic display, try arranging shadowboxes on an entire wall in a pleasing geometric pattern.
How do I display my doll collection?
In general, try to keep your dolls displayed away from direct sunlight, strong artificial light (especially fluorescent lights and hot lights), and curious pets and children. Dolls should also not be displayed in areas with extreme temperatures; try to display your dolls in a temperature-controlled room.