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Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
Displaying art collections
Interior designer Tracy Murdock designed this special “bottle wall” to house her client’s special miniature alcohol bottles collected from around the world for over 20 years. The wall was built out to form the niches where special fluorescent lighting tubes were installed behind each section. The Back
bottle giving the effect that each is floating. Finally glass doors were installed to not only keep out the dust…but also “fingers” and to make the collection all the more important.
This is so cool. Mini liquor bottle collection display idea.
Collection in wall with glass doors
Great idea for display of tiny collectables.
Collection. It suits the atmosphere. Makes it feel very 'light' and delicate.
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
Really great post! In this post there will be different watches collections. the watches have different structure and designs. thanks for posting. ...
Collections Collection of the clocks brings out a old classic theme and helps give the room a delicate feel
This cool clock collection adds to the antique atmosphere giving it value.
My grandpa would love this clock collection. Warmly nostalgic
Clocks. Keep a collection corralled together ...
Furniture surfaces. Any unused furniture surface could work for your collection. This chest features an assortment of old alarm clocks. The larger ones are towards the back
"I don't like things that are highly decorative," Lum says. "I like things that are highly mechanical." He displays his collection of old clocks (most of which don't function) atop a Ming Dynasty cabinet from the 1500s. "In Chinese culture, looking at nonworking clocks is considered
Modern Anaheim Home Office
A colorful vintage tin train collection, displayed in a orderly fashion, sets a cheerful tone in this relaxed California home office. Photo: Dan Benedict
The collection of trains on the shelves. Can be used for other kinds of collectibles
Bruce - collection of Hess trucks
Here’s an excellent approach when your collection is made up of lots of pieces: customized shelving. Once again (do you see a theme here?), the furnishings below the shelves mimic the colors in the collection for a very cohesive feel
Collections This gives off a nice organized feeling and adds a lot of character to the room.
Collection - The train collection makes to room feel more ordered and neat. It also gives a child-like feeling.
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Palm Springs Project
out of the collection. Remember when you are collecting that varying heights will aid greatly in achieving memorable looks.
Love the globe collection on the mantle!
Globe collection - plays off the blue accent color!
Collection of globes above armoire in Justin's bedroom
Another mantel, another collection. Notice how that one tall globe makes this display work. Without the marked difference in height, the pop would go out of the collection. Remember when you are collecting that varying heights will aid greatly in achieving memorable looks.
Schwartz and Architecture
Schwartz and Architecture
room now becomes the heart of the home, with glimpses into the collection a constant presence from every space. A partially translucent glass wall (derived from the genetic code of a Harbor Seal) and shelving system protects the collection and divides the owner’s study from the adjacent family room.
aside a space where your collection can be properly displayed and enjoyed, like the one shown here. Collect until the space is comfortably filled. Then stop or maintain a zero-growth collection policy: one item in, one item out.
COLLECT IN 1 PLACE BUT DO NOT HOARD
8. Hoarding. Know your limits. Collecting can easily cross over into hoarding. Don’t let that happen to you. How to break this habit? Set aside a space where your collection can be properly displayed and enjoyed, like the one shown here. Collect until the space
Unique Designer Accessories
Nice way to display/store many different types of collectibles.
If you collect lots of different things, a cube-style étagère like this one might be just right. Remember that, just as in room design, it’s all about mixing — your shapes, your colors, your textures.
A mix of eclectic collectibles give this
Display unit for collections. My dollhouse miniatures would be all together!
Little closet for your collections. Beautifully displayed.
good way to display collection of stuff
mix of eclectic collectibles give this Expedit a well-traveled air. How do you use your Expedit? More ways with bookshelves
... And they need not just be used for holding books. Keep a small personal collection together in one of each of the squares.
Orange County Man Cave
G.I. Joe Collection displayed in a man cave. Dan Benedict
WOW, Really nice post! there are different collections available and they are placed in different slots in the post! i like these collectibles. thanks for posting. ...
for the toy collection display shelves
Love the framed shelving for displaying their collectable toys.
Accessories ,nice idea to display your collection
impressive G. I. Joe collection in his man cave.
Honor a favorite collection with built-ins or a special display case. It doesn’t matter if you collect Fabergé eggs
Sroka Design, Inc.
A Designer's Home
The collection of blue toile vases
versatile ceramics to collect are pieces in blue and white. They mix well with almost any color scheme and with any style or period. Here a fantastic collection is amassed on a console in an entry hall, creating a vivid and welcoming first impression.As with many ceramic collections, antiques and newer
newer pieces live comfortably together — your collecting addiction doesn’t have to be imprisoned by a time frame. But keep your collection personal and meaningful by limiting yourself to the pieces you really love and passing on the pieces that are just so-so.
Console tables are often just right for displaying collections, particularly of large-scale items like these blue and white vases. On the table … under the table … they could even be on shelves over the table