Interiors: Let your curiosity get the better of you
The once-derided curiosity cabinet has been reborn as a whimsical space for treasured possessions that can be regarded and rearranged as the mood takes
Life is full of items that link us to treasured moments, from the smallest ticket stub to stunning statement gifts – and it can be a challenge to incorporate these beloved pieces into a cohesive interior scheme.
While most of us cannot let our appetite for collecting run freely, leading interior design house Neptune believes that the curiosity cabinet is the perfect solution to give us the freedom to display those interesting, sentimental items.
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