Finds as natural decoration
Like to take a stone from each mountain, or shells from the beach? Or your children bring what ever after Germany? Hereby we have 10 tips on where you can exhibit the finds in your home.
Collect sticks. Driftwood, Aste, gnarled trees can be the best sculpture in your home and create a natural element.
A Cup, filled with sticks or Driftwood found
Sometimes just a cup full with sticks or Driftwood can be the core of the House found.
Aste instead of chandeliers
The architects of Atlanta Cara Cummins and Jose Tavel hung Aste instead of chandeliers in their modern dining room.
This light structures are made of abandoned fish traps
What is garbage for someone is a chandelier for another. This light structures are made of abandoned fish traps.
Brush around. The graphic artist Maya Drozdz and her partner collect glass bottles around Cincinnati. They put them out front of a window, and light is filtered through the stained glass.
A train in the tree house
Something new form collected artefacts. Jeri Wakefield has mastered a train in the tree house of their children.
Mirror of bottle cap
The artist Rick Ladd from New York has mastered this unique mirror of bottle cap in a “bottle cap Baroque style”. Maybe you’re not so talented, but sure you can make a simple picture frame as a collection with a hot glue gun.
Put it under glass. Glass bells and glass protection protect your wooden artefacts with style.
Built-in finds in a concrete wall
Make more resistant. Built-in finds in a concrete wall, in the ground or footpath are a unique detail.
An old Bourbon bottle is built into the stone wall of bars.
Decoration on the wall with toys, shells, pottery shards
The children will also take part. The grandchildren of the owner together with other neighbouring children have with the decoration of the wall with toys, shells, pieces of pottery and what always helped.
Mussels in a rectangular box look like as a modern exhibition
Make a real artistic exhibition. Mussels in a rectangular box look as a modern exhibition.
Driftwood, parasite, shells and grasses are exhibited on this shelf
Form compositions. The long walks on the beach provide a rich harvest of finds. Driftwood, parasite, shells and grasses are exhibited on this shelf. The white colour of the interior makes the exhibition even nicer – new group the pieces in different combinations before you have the final version.
Spiders, butterflies and other insects make an interesting accent wall in this House
Frame pieces to your collection. Spiders, butterflies and other insects, make an interesting accent wall in this House.
Showcases and display cabinets
Showcases and display cabinets cabinets are another way, sent to your collection.
Reinvent it. This artistic owners have welded wrench to make the door handles.
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