With St. Patrick’s Day around the corner, I thought it would be fun to round up some clover-themed home goods that suit the holiday. From classic clover patterns to vintage marquee signs and wax seals, this roundup features over 35 clover designsthat are perfect for setting the St. Patrick’s Day theme. I especially love the modern print above — it’s a great take on traditional imagery and sayings.
While doing up our new home in a small town of Gujrat, Vapi - where Kunal's parents and childhood friends stay - I was thinking of ways to display is ever increasing coin collection. It's always amazing to surf the web and come across such varied collectors and curators.
I was inspired by #DSArt challenge to round up great examples of the ways people have created artwork in their home from beautiful collections. From tiny deer figurines and mirror collections to stunning framed botanical prints and shadowboxed handkerchiefs, these homes have used so many creative ideas for displaying collections without them feeling overwhelming, or by relegating them to closed books and cabinets somewhere. I love the way these display ideas have brought treasured objects – even the most everyday objects like spoons – to life and turned them into a conversation piece in everyone’s homes. I hope they’ll be inspiring and perhaps lead to a little weekend re-decorating!
Click through for all 20 collection display ideas after the jump!
Grouping like objects in a shadow box is a nice way to display collections without having your space feel too cluttered.
Using Collections as Artwork is a great way to have them “live” with you more than something that’s framed or closed off in some way. Grouping a small amount of like-objects on the wall makes treasured objects double as artwork and lets them be a part of discussions whenever guests visit.
A label or naming system is a fun way to make your collection easy to interact with when guests are over. Drawing attention to the types of plants behind a frame or cameras on a wall, like this photo of the Levi’s store by Shawn Hoke, can create conversation or teach little ones about your favorite items.
Giving items room to breathe on a shelf makes them feel more like a fine art display than simple storage.
The Fridge is often overlooked as a place to display a collection. But if you group things with even spacing, it can be a simple and easy way to give prominence to fun collections like tickets and tags.