We are often looking for inspiration when it comes to displaying the collections we continue to begin and build. We came across one home with multiple examples of how to simply and elegantly display collections without introducing a feeling of clutter.
Elisabeth Dunker, a photographer and designer, co-owner of Studio Violet, and author of Fine Little Day (one of our favorite blogs) recently shared her home with SFGirlByBay.
While every little part of her house is so well appointed--filled with light and cheer--we were very drawn to the way in which she displayed her collections. Whether it be figurines, bottles, crocheted squares or tiny stoves, harmony and simplicity are abound in her presentation. With our own collections of figurines, bottles, and vintage cameras (no stoves here...) we took a lot of inspiration from these photographs, and thought them worth sharing!
Take a moment to see the rest of her home, as well, for seemingly endless delight!
(Images: Elisabeth Dunker via SFGirlByBay)