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    How to Display Musical Instruments as Décor‎ | // Hairpin side table with plant and leaning print.

  • Sarah Cauble

    Musical instruments on a wall with artwork leaned below. Zelda table designed by Katy Skelton.

  • Stephanie Shore Fisher

    "A camel-leather hat (purchased on a trip to India) rests atop Skelton's husband's guitar. The vignette is anchored by the designer's new concrete-topped Zelda table."

  • Alexandra Reid

    Guitar hanger

  • Katy Skelton

    A Brooklyn Maker’s Ever-Evolving Small Apartment - Home Tours 2014 - Lonny - Katy Skelton

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