How I Try to Inspire with Every Store Display

Did you know?

I am here to give alllll the inspiration for decorating your home & teach how to group items together. ❤️

I try to display items together around my shop that are of a common theme or color. For example, the metallic of the plane and the color of the vase in this picture both look great against the antiqued background of the Amazing Grace sign.

Airplane detail

And you MUST include greenery when decorating with black & white.

Here’s how I’d use these items:

In a DINING ROOM: Just add a black & white buffalo plaid table runner and a centerpiece of eucalyptus in a clear glass vase. Display the smaller items pictured on a sideboard or in a hutch.

In a LIVING ROOM: Creating a grouping with this sign and some family photos, or add a mantle shelf underneath this sign so it is large enough to hang above your sofa. Use the small items as knickknacks on your coffee or side tables. Complement with a coordinating throw and pillows {NOT all in the same fabric – don’t make that mistake!}, seagrass baskets, and some pretty candles. Add a blanket ladder for visual interest and another place to display textiles.

In a BEDROOM: Display all of these items together on top of a chest of drawers or dresser. Pair with neutral bedding and plenty of textured accent pillows.. incorporating black and natural accent pieces throughout the room.

Source: INK + IVY® Rhea Cotton Jacquard duvet cover mini set from Belk.com

Let me know if you like the way I’ve grouped these pieces, and where you would use them in your home!

Published by CDH Designs

I am a Mom and self-employed Interior Designer. I own a small design studio & home decor shop in downtown Emporium, PA. It’s a small town in the PA Wilds of north-central Pennsylvania. We have some of the most beautiful scenery, and Fall (my favorite season) is breathtaking. I blog for fun to keep my friends and clients informed of what's going on in the design and decorating world, to share my designs, and to show what we're working on in our own home.

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