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Vintage frames: Mismatched frames create interest upon a white wall. The sizes, finishes and subject don't need to match when you have a collection.
Tip: If you like the frame but not what's inside it, substitute the contents for a piece of your favorite fabric or with a page from one of your favorite books.
A more symmetrical layout of a frame collection supports the headboard focal point in this space.
White plates can create an architectural presence, even when hung on a wall just a couple shades darker.
Pottery: Ceramic handmade pieces can create visual interest through a variety of textures and shapes. Collect three to five pieces and place on a table to accent artwork and other found objects.
Keep your eyes peeled for several like hue pottery pieces to create a monochromatic look. Many pieces in a single coloration can create enough drama for the entire room.
Glass: Use a glass collection as a centerpiece to your dining area. The mismatched look will create a conversation among guests.
Globes or framed maps from the flea market or your latest trip create an interesting display that also shows your interests.
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