Display your treasures, don’t hide them away!
Display Cabinets are not always top of the priority list when it comes to furniture buying, but these traditional pieces are certainly making a comeback.
In this day and age we seem to acquire so much ‘stuff’ – some necessary and some purely for show, therefore space and storage is paramount. So why not take this golden opportunity to store your precious wares in style. Don’t just hide them away in cupboards or on the odd shelf that has a tiny slither of a space.
Showing off collections and treasures makes a home personal and homely and at Chichi we have a stunning range of handmade pieces to make your home your castle.
Here are some helpful tips on how to make that necessary and useful storage unit become a stylish addition to your home.
The above ivory dresser would look stunning in your kitchen, creating a fabulous modern farmhouse look, whilst offering ample storage. You can also create a fine display of your favourite crockery or glasses creating a fabulous feature.
Next up, a touch of class with a pop of colour. Black never fails to look fashionably elegant and with a vibrant interior colour this unit screams style. In a study, hallway or dining room this piece would be take centre stage.
Adding gold to a scheme can add warmth, texture and of course a touch of class. The above display unit is beautiful, with ornate detailing and three glass panels, this unit would be ideal for showing off your treasures. Why not try something different – glam up your bathroom and use this stunning piece to display crisp white towels or vanity products!
A neutral or all white room that is elegant and serene can sometimes just need that little lift to prevent it from feeling lifeless and cold, adding a subtle colour in a pastel shade (as above) can just complete a look adding depth and texture.
Ah that dark, awkward corner – all rooms have them and its hard to know how to fill them without cluttering for cluttering sake – so why not transform that corner into an artistic statement with the above glitzy corner display.