Your espresso buffet table is one of the most logical places to display your collection. If you collect different clocks, arrange them in the cage in an appealing way. Pottery, bottles, glasses, vases, dishes, baskets, books, crystal figurines, bear knickknacks, seashells, cultural artifacts, model ships inside bottles or any other collection you can decorate the cage as long as it fits into the dining room decor. If you have a variety of collections, rotate items every few months to keep your display fresh and interesting, and give each of your collections time to shine.
Paint, stain, anxiety or stencil your espresso buffet table to fit into the room and collection. For example, if you have a collection of dishes, tea cups, paintings and vases with rose pattern, stencil a small rose pattern around the edges of the cage to fit in. Distress your hutch to fit in a worn, country cottage or farm watch. Add spotlights to shine on your best plays.
Use any opening to see a piece that is similar in size and shape to create a balanced and attractive appearance. Avoid filling the cage with too many small collectibles or they will look messy and get lost in a sea of things. Instead, arrange a few smaller pieces in front of the larger pieces to keep your eyes moving around to take in every part. If all your pieces can stand on its own, fill each display area of a piece.