Your chinaware selection might have passed through generation. That Ming vase or that delicate crockery has ever made you awe-inspired. It is now time for proper display.
You can invest in separate mantelpiece for unique pieces of chinaware. Their saucers, palettes or simple glasses look attractive on the showcase. You can place odd jobs on the dining table. You may even use different colored cups and saucers for your evening tea.
You can add crumpled pieces of broken chinaware intelligently over aquariums or countertops. These also look good while hanging from your ceiling. Good insight is needed for their proper representation.
If you have got a buffet cabinet, place a majority of chinaware over it. That will give a false impression that you have plenty of utensils you don’t even use. However, don’t place them anywhere in kids’ room. Otherwise they will vanish in quick time. Ming vase is only for living room center.