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If you tend to amass large numbers of small collectibles, consider climbing the walls, as tabletops offer limited space to showcase favourite finds. Bookshelves keep things interesting, grouping clusters of similar items in various sections. Gather fluted vases and trophy-like urns, but stagger heights and mix various creamy shades. Occasional inconsistencies, like shells or architectural remnants and tarnished silver, highlights the monochromatic effect and keep it from seeming mundane.

If you tend to amass large numbers of small collectibles, consider climbing the walls, as tabletops offer limited space to showcase favourite finds. Bookshelves keep things interesting, grouping clusters of similar items in various sections. Gather fluted vases and trophy-like urns, but stagger heights and mix various creamy shades. Occasional inconsistencies, like shells or architectural remnants and tarnished silver, highlights the monochromatic effect and keep it from seeming mundane.

Interior is designed by Alex Papachristidis

Interior is designed by Alex Papachristidis

A Matti Berglund painting, commissioned by the homeowner, creates the focal point in the sunroom. The chandelier is by David Iatesta; the chairs are by Minton-Spidell.

A Matti Berglund painting, commissioned by the homeowner, creates the focal point in the sunroom. The chandelier is by David Iatesta; the chairs are by Minton-Spidell.

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