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These cheerful vintage bathing suits are an interesting conversation starter in the dining room of an Australian beach cottage. Their color palettes add to the nautical theme.
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Similarly, using a framed vintage bathing suit adds a fun and unconventional beachy touch to this elegant yet relaxed seaside home. It's interesting to note that the other framed item on the wall is a large piece of coral; both are three-dimensional items, which ties them together.
If you can't part with a few of your child's first tiny outfits, think about framing them in a group. Identical frames and mats tie these three pieces together.
Kimonos and other intricate Asian silk textiles are worthy of a professional framing job. These remind the homeowners of a trip to Bali. Framing, rather than hanging, protects the items from dust and wear, and museum-quality glass protects from fading.
This gorgeous framed textile adds exotic style to this sophisticated tropical living room and plays off the patterned rug.
A dressing area is a fun spot in which to display a framed piece of clothing.
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