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The bathroom may seem like an odd place to show off your collection, but don't take it out of the running. A line of vintage wood animals sits atop a bathroom shelf, setting an adorable and classic theme.
Display family photos on a collection of plates, platters, and vintage mirrors. To get this look, make copies of vintage photos, then use double-side tape to attach them to your vintage finds. That will ensure you will not ruin your original photos or classic antiques.
Treasure vacation memories by bringing home sand from beach visits, then create sand jars. Line your cabinets with the sand collection and top it off with tags to remind you of each trip.
Don't hide stamp collections in boxes -- instead frame them into a unique piece of art.
Create an art gallery in your own home with vintage art. Use kraft paper to map out the perfect spot for each piece before hanging it. The gallery look also works well in long hallways.
Put your vintage finds to work like we did here with an old Coca-Cola tin turned into a unique planter.
A display of German putz sheep toys hangs above this guest bed, giving the room classic character.
Some collections are harder to show off than others, like this collection of vintage sunglasses. By stacking and hanging them off of this vintage stool they became a piece of unique art.
If you have pieces with varying sizes such as this collection of vintage sewing machines, a bookcase is a great place to show them off.