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Author Topic: How to best display an item that needs light  (Read 292 times)

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Offline Carolyn Preston

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How to best display an item that needs light
« on: June 20, 2016, 11:33:25 PM »
Mod: In a thread about an IoW vase, Sue said:
My Seaward is only vibrant in sunshine. Otherwise, it's a fairly dark thing.
prompting ...

Which begs the question...

How do you best display something that requires light to show it to its best advantage. My darling sister purchased me a piece that I am sure that would look best in front of a window. But given that the only window in my living room is a sliding patio door, it's a little difficult.

Now let me just see if I have a picture of it...


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