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Hunting Is Not A Hobby - Shirts

Hunting Is Not A Hobby - Shirts

According to Martha Stewart Living alums Fritz Karch and Rebecca Robertson, collectors can be neatly divided into 15 personalities. In their new book, they devote a chapter to each type, along with the astonishing results when pack rats put their finds on full display.

Required Reading: Collected, Living with the Things You Love

thetypologist: “ Clothespins collected by Fritz Karch & Rebecca Robertson. Photograph by Dana Gallagher. Living with the Things you Love.

Emily Blincoe, a photographer from Austin, Texas, creates beautiful, colorful and soothing photos of everyday objects by arranging them into neat and orderly collections based on size, shape and color.

Satisfying Arrangements Of Everyday Objects By Emily Blincoe

Emily Blincoe, a photographer from Austin, Texas, creates beautiful, colorful and soothing photos of everyday objects by arranging them into neat and orderly

Collections: How to Collect and Display Interesting Items 2

Collections: How to Collect and Display Interesting Items

#collections Have a window that lets in too much light/heat? Display a collection of coloured glass on shelves added into the window opening. You still get light, but filtered, and the added bonus of a nice way to display your favourite bottle collection. --Gypsies Rose

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A neat idea for a window that lets in too much light/heat, and to display a collection of coloured glass. Still get light, but filtered. --Gypsies Rose//what a fantastic window idea!

Watch is also a noun which reminds me of time and old. www.rubylane.com

51 Display Ideas for Your Collections

Great old clocks are fun collectibles and can be found at garage and tag sales, flea markets, antique stores and almost every city across the world. Antiques Vintage Retro Recycled Home decor Recycle

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Exploring The Great Ocean Walk – What You Should Bear In Mind

vintage globes collection - I'd put them in chronological order to track how the world has changed.

As the Nobel laureate opens a museum in Istanbul displaying the objects from which his latest novel, The Museum of Innocence, is constructed, Orhan Pamuk guides us round a selection of the exhibits-----                                                Wow...I read this book! kh

Orhan Pamuk's Museum of Innocence - in pictures

Tombola, part of Orhan Pamuk’s Museum of Innocence In poetically well-built museums, formed from the heart’s compulsions, we are consoled not by finding in them old objects we love, but by losing all sense of Time. Real museums are places where Time is t

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