the collections of stylist gail tritten
I was taken by all these wonderful collections and the way in which they were displayed by stylist, Gail Tritten as featured in the Feb/Mar issue of Hallmark Magazine. From vintage doll shoes (check out the rollerskates) to valentines, she shares her clever display ideas keeping them magically uncluttered! (Photo's by Scott Gibbons, Photostylists - Zoe Karro and Gail Tritten).
Using a bright coat of paint and patterned wallpaper to create an old soda case into a shelf for her doll shoe collection.
A 1940's table topper (embroidery called redwork) becomes a curtain.
She displays her 1940's tea towels on an old piece of molding (though a new one would work) where she drilled holes to fit new drawer pulls and threaded tea towels through curtain rings . Also notice her bakelite syrup dispensers and salt & pepper shakers.
Her eggcup collection is displayed on an old wooden shelf that's been made over with red paint and hung using a strong ribbon.
You can read more about Gail and her collection online at hallmarkmagazine.com.
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