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How to Display Sculptures in Small Spaces

Architectural Digest Logo By Sydney Wasserman of Architectural Digest | Slide 1 of 7: <p>When you develop an obsession with a sculpture that you know is going to take up a significant amount of your already limited space, don't despair. There are plenty of solutions for fitting the work into your home without purchasing a pedestal or designating an entire wall for display. In combing through AD’s library of creative small spaces, we found that residents have used nooks and crannies in unexpected corners of their homes to exhibit sculpture or bold design objects. So before you turn away from that special piece that gives you all kinds of feelings, take cues from these apartments and small homes and reevaluate your own space for display potential.</p>

When you develop an obsession with a sculpture that you know is going to take up a significant amount of your already limited space, don't despair. There are plenty of solutions for fitting the work into your home without purchasing a pedestal or designating an entire wall for display. In combing through AD’s library of creative small spaces, we found that residents have used nooks and crannies in unexpected corners of their homes to exhibit sculpture or bold design objects. So before you turn away from that special piece that gives you all kinds of feelings, take cues from these apartments and small homes and reevaluate your own space for display potential.

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