1. USING A COLOUR SCHEME helps tie your display together in a nice way. For this one Emma worked with shades of grey with wood and metallic touches to reflect the materials used in the rest of the kitchen, boosted with some pink for pop.
2. SETTING YOUR DISPLAY INTO SCENES helps give variety and it’s also more practical. Here she used 3 scenes - dinnerware close to the stove, glassware and a big vase over the sink, and candles and pictures further away from the active kitchen areas.
3. FRAME YOUR SCENES by using larger or taller objects at the sides and back then work down towards the middle using smaller or flatter objects in front. Framing will help give the display a nice height and depth. We love adding props like mirrors, old paintings, balls of string, metallic candlesticks and paper bags to bring a variety of textures to displays.