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Pretty cups are perfect vessels for holding jewelry pieces. Set them on top of your dresser or arrange them on top of an old wooden or silver tray for more impact.By Rebecca Ittner Photo by Jaimee Itagaki
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Plates and platters sit safe, protected and organized on the shelves of this hutch. The “Flowers” sign adds a pop of color and fills in a blank space. Hutches are a great place to store items, yet keep them within reach for everyday use.By Rebecca Ittner Photo by Jaimee Itagaki
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Large architectural pieces can pose a quandary: you love them, but don't know what to do with them. In this room, the piece adds interest to the blank wall and sets the stage for the other objects on the marble-topped table. Old books provide a base for the statue and boosts up its height; otherwise it would be on the same level as the candle sticks.By Rebecca Ittner Photo by Corey Amoro
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Thoughtful arrangement of favorite finds and cherished pieces creates warm, welcoming rooms. The colorful pillows on this white denim slipcovered sofa were made from vintage fabrics inherited by the homeowner, and the books were her childhood favorites. The large sign over the sofa was found at the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, California.By Rebecca Ittner Photo by Jaimee Itagaki
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For big impact, group collections together. Filling one of the jars gives viewers a focal point. Try to display glass near natural light—the reflections can be stunning.By Rebecca Ittner Photo by Jaimee Itagaki
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This sweet vignette showcases a variety of finds. The wall color and picture set the tone and nature/gardening theme—notice the miniature watering can, flower-themed towel and the boxes of herbal remedies. Staying with a limited color palette and including items of different heights and textures keep it interesting, without being overwhelming.By Rebecca Ittner Photo by Jaimee Itagaki
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Collectibles like bread boxes, kitchen tins and recipe keepers do double duty. Use them to store pantry staples, odds and ends, and more. Old furniture pieces are the perfect solution in kitchens that lack cabinet space. Adding a high shelf around the room's perimeter lets you show off your collections in style. Grouping like items, such as the bread boxes along the top shelf and the kitchen tins above the cabinet, give the room a balanced look.By Rebecca Ittner Photo by Jaimee Itagaki
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Collectibles like bread boxes, kitchen tins and recipe keepers do double duty. Use them to store pantry staples, odds and ends, and more. Old furniture pieces are the perfect solution in kitchens that lack cabinet space. Adding a high shelf around the room’s perimeter lets you show off your collections in style. Grouping like items, such as the bread boxes along the top shelf and the kitchen tins above the cabinet, give the room a balanced look.By Rebecca Ittner Photo by Jaimee Itagaki