Creative Styling Ideas for Collections

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These pretty display pieces from Decorator’s Notebook are designed for the collectors amongst us. These brass and glass candle holders, pyramids and frames can be easily filled with all sorts of treasures, from shells and pebbles to feathers and ephemera. Hoarding never looked so good!

Above: Brass Box Candle Holder, £25.95, decoratorsnotebook.co.uk

glass display pyramids - Decorator's Notebook

Above: Brass and Glass Display Pyramids, small £22.95; medium £32.95, decoratorsnotebook.co.uk

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These Display Pyramids come in two sizes that look great as a duo on the mantlepiece or a styled shelf. They are hand-made from brass and glass and have a reflective mirrored base to highlight the contents inside.

This Brass Box Candle Holder has a glass compartment to fill with finds. In summer, try adding shells or sea glass from the beach, or at Christmas a festive centrepiece could be created with mini baubles or seasonal foliage.

Double sided standing frames - Decorator's Notebook

Above: Standing Brass Double Sided Picture Frames, £17.95; £19.95; £26.95, decoratorsnotebook.co.uk

Double sided glass picture frames Decorator's Notebook shop

Double Sided Picture frames in Zinc, £14.96; £16.95; £22.95, decoratorsnotebook.co.uk

Decorator’s Notebook’s double-sided picture frames have endless possibilities for creating collages of ephemera, old photos (which tend to be irregular sizes) or pressed flowers.

Our hanging picture frames come in three sizes and in a choice of portrait and landscape formats to mix-and-match on a gallery wall. Frames come in brass, zinc and copper with vintage sari ribbons.

Find all these hand-made home accessories and lots more of unique designs for your home in the Decorator’s Notebook shop. We delivery internationally and UK delivery is free on orders over £60. 

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