By Gracelynn Linares. Home Decor. Published at Saturday, July 14th, 2018 - 22:05:49 PM.
For example, if you had a dog, you might display some pictures of your dog from the time he was a puppy all the way until his most recent photos before his death. Additionally, you might place his favorite bone next to the dog urn for an added, personalized touch. You can do something similar for a cat or rabbit. Photos are always best because they are a timeless form of decorating and can blend well with any type of décor. You can also keep the area stark and simple, with a few simple lights aimed strategically around your urn to put the focus completely on the design and meaning of the urn. This is another dramatic way in which your pet urn can be displayed in your home. Uplighting from beneath the urn always adds a beautiful touch.
Some vases are about three feet in height that can hold a huge bunch, while others are tiny and holds a single flower only. The materials used to make them are mainly porcelain and crystal. Crystal vases are more glitzy because of the cuts made on them. If you can fix a light that will focus on a crystal vase, it will give a refined look to your room.
Overtly expressive marble paintings are top selling marble decors of the day. Exquisite paintings were used for interior decorations in the royal courts and households. Miniature in forms the paintings characterizes typical 'Mughal' and 'Rajasthani' art. The wholesale paintings in marble comprise themes from the mythologies, epics, folklore and elements of nature. The paintings now adore the modern interiors creating great demand in the market with their timeless beauty and universal appeal.
Creating a beautiful decorative display around your pet urn can serve to be a healing part of the grieving process after losing a beloved pet. The first thing to consider is not whether or not to display a pet urn in a prominent place in your home, but rather "how" to display it. While it is an option to simply place your pet urn on a shelf, some people opt to engage in an entire symbolically decorative process when displaying their urn in their home.
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