5 Ways To Display Glass Sculptures In Your Home

Glass sculptures are a beautiful addition to any home. They add color, interest, and beauty in a way that other art pieces cannot. But finding the perfect place for them can be challenging when you have limited space or just don’t know where to start looking. Here are five ideas on how to display glass sculptures in your home: 

1) Hang it from the ceiling

A great idea if you want a piece near eye level but don’t have much wall space is hanging it from the ceiling. This will allow it to be seen while still not taking up valuable floor space. 

2) Place several together

If you’re lucky enough to have an empty table or shelf then placing several glass sculptures together is an excellent idea! The more the merrier when it comes to decorating. If you can’t fit anymore then try using them as a centerpiece on your dining room table or in the entryway of your home when guests arrive!

3) Make the most of your entryway accent tables with glass artwork.

You can make a statement in your home by displaying some impressive pieces on top of these entrance tables. These are beautiful displays that appear like shrines, able to adorn any corner you place them in. It’s simple- no matter what piece is yours; whether it be complex or basic, they will look stunning when showcased atop an attractive display such as this one!

4) Display cases are often used to display gorgeous Murano glass art pieces.

Display cases can be placed in living rooms and bedrooms for catching eyeballs easily. They come in a variety of shapes, materials, and sizes depending on the type of art piece they contain or the house within them. Generally speaking, they are an incredible way of displaying untouched works of art which people will admire without hesitation due to their visual appeal alone; however, display case placement is not very creative at all since it does little else than merely decorate empty wall space that may already exist behind the artwork itself.

5) A standard display stand called a “mirrored art stand” displays offbeat pieces of art which have enormous value. The mirrored stands can complement the piece and give unmatched pleasure to viewers as they view it!

Standard Display Stands are available in different varieties, one being a mirror ear that displays out-of-the-box pieces of artwork with greater prominence by reflecting each curve, shadowed corner, or brushstroke from its original artist’s hand. These stunning metal holders were able to compliment any painting and show them off according to their individual worth – making this type perfect for showcasing works where demand overshadowed supply…like those made by incredibly talented yet undervalued local artists whose work nobody ever seems willing enough to see let alone pay attention to.

Enhancing the beauty of your glass art with display stands and tables is really great. These are displayed prominently, which makes them stand out to viewers easily. They give any home a distinctive appeal that is elegant in its design, making pieces look beautiful inside it as well. Stands make these displays look even more amazing by adding an embellishment touch to their inner decor elements while complementing the overall appearance at the same time!

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Are You Looking for a Glass Sculpture to Complement Your Home?

The Marshall Gallery, located in Scottsdale’s Historic Arts District, has been the center of contemporary art since its founding in 1998. Boasting a collection of paintings, sculptures, and exquisite glass pieces, the gallery hosts several exhibitions each year plus a biennial glass invitational that attracts top-notch talent. Here you will find exceptional art presented in an open and relaxed gallery space, which is perfect for browsing the ever-changing collection. Explore on your own, or allow our expert art consultants to offer complimentary assistance to find the perfect addition to your own collection. Looking for the perfect piece of art to complement your home’s decor? Visit us in person or browse our online art store!