Having worked retail in our past, we know firsthand even the best items are sold with the help of a thoughtful display. In Sarah's case, she takes the everyday item and puts her spin on it — which makes it intriguing and has us saying — why didn't we think of that?!1. Not only does the ladder show off Sarah's patchwork quilt, it's height helps open the room up and seems to add inches to the wall.
2. A wooden pant hanger doubles as a neat way to display unframed artwork as well as creating a charming vignette above a vintage side table.
3. We've seen empty frames on display before but we love how Sarah attaches hers to the the bed frame (using teal silk ties). The empty frame also makes the bed even more of a focal point while adding volume and a "wow factor" to the space. We also loved Sarah's ever changing bedding and included a few more versions of them in the inline gallery (photos 5 & 6).
4. An easel showcases framed artwork in a corner of the bedroom that feels fresh because of its temporary nature. This display idea would be great for the individual with lots of artwork so they could rotate their collection with ease.
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(Images: La Maison Boheme)