• 1 Heads and busts are always striking, but this example takes the cake. The white scheme directs all the attention to the trophy display.
• 2 We love the striking Southwestern look of crosses and icons grouped in quantities on a white wall.
• 3 We love the look of vintage mirrored sconces, but finding an intact matching pair to flank a window or mirror has proved difficult, so we like this luminous, creative alternative.
• 4 A functional display of hooks transforms an entry wall into a point of interest.
• 5 We love this romantic group of antique candlestick holders. The variety of shapes and sizes replaces formality with whimsy.
• 6 Humble things make fascinating displays. I love how individually none of these stones or boards is particularly breath-taking, but when grouped they're magical.
• 7 We love the collection of heart rocks collected by Megan Duerksen's (of Whatever blogfame) children.
• 8 Vintage prints on a theme — botanical, birds, boats, etc. — look fabulous arranged in matching frames and set on a grid.
• 9 Mirrors in various shapes and frames have a high impact and do wonders to brighten a room when placed to reflect light form a window.
• 10 Collections can be outside too! We love our friend, Mary's, grouping of cacti in terra cotta pots. Spread around the patio they might mot be as interesting, but as arranged they remind us of a trail of ducklings.
• 11&12 Erika from Urban Grace framed vintage matchbooks that she found at a flea market.
(Images: 1: via Cote de Texas, 2: Coastal Living, 3: House Beautiful, 4: Living etc., 5: via Simply Natural Decor, 6: via The Happy Haven, 7: Whatever, 8: Wisteria, 9: Southern Living, 10: Leah Moss, 11&12: Urban Grace)