Published at Saturday, July 14th, 2018 - 20:12:47 PM. . By Arabella Holguin.
Natural Objects: Natural objects are also called "found" objects. They are often the intriguing things that children bring home to show their parents: branches, seashells, seed pods, dried leaves or stones. Stay alert for them while walking around the neighborhood or on vacation. Arrange them in groups like collectibles or gather them into jars, bowls, baskets or urns or place them on small bamboo rugs arranged on a large coffee table.
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.
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