How to display: Compose with Pigment
Untouched walls and floorings work as the background for a stunning abstract painting for a perfect setting. A humble thin frame retains the energetic artwork looking neat and slim against any of your empty white walls.
How to display: Vintage Treasures
An assembly of antique framed marine painting and some blue glazed ceramic decorative wall hung plates gives new life to any warm mealtime corner. This mix of paintings and plates are joined by Blue color that adds liveliness and gives you a sensation of having your meal by the sea.
How to display: With Unusual Numbers
A collection of artworks by Georges Annenkov representing drawings of different animal’s costumes and a sample of fabric, gives humor to any formal living room. Displaying the watercolor works with the odd number nine keeps the room symmetrical from looking too busy.
How to display: Contrast for Unity
An assortment of two handled porcelain baskets in open works gives the flawless touch of texture to any sleek ultra-modern kitchen or ultra-modern dining room.
How to display: Using White
White can sometimes bring boldness to any dim or excessively colored space. A set of three vases in white and golden open worked porcelain gives a new texture to a modern or classy area. These simple ornamental vases give life to a dull space with monotonous colors and dark colored walls. The pop of white gives an additional color to the room without overwhelming the space and relaxing the rest of the colorful items around.
How to display: Traditional cultural pieces
A collection of blue enamelware appears fresh and neat against any white room. It is always pleasant to have pieces from various cultures such as this enamel blue Chinese vase with rich floral decoration and bird. Maintaining this presentation new scatter your collection with a few solid-color alternatives.
How to display: Keep it Consistent
Show off a collection of black-and-white engravings or prints by keeping your frames in complementary dimensions and finishes, livened up with an occasional splash of color. Here, are three oriental engravings in gilded wooden frames while the pop of orange adds depth and visual attention.
How to display: Pep up Your Entrance
It is pleasing entering your home and welcoming people with a combination of two different styles of art pieces in unexpected ways. Such as this contemporary painting by Jean Weinbaum and these two Chinese ivory sculptures. Mixing and matching cultural with modern pieces gives a unique twist and enlivens your entryway.
How to display: Formality and Fun
Even formal spaces need a blast of character. Mixing favorites of your valuable items, like this display cabinet parades between collectable jewelry, pens, carafes, table watches, decorative plates and much more. Blending many items doesn’t always mean clutter if they are put in a prominent place in harmonization.