When you own some beautiful works of art, chances are you’d like to show them off throughout your home. To ensure your collection gets the attention they deserve – and do not end up competing with the rest of your space – opt for neutral surrounds that help draw attention to the works themselves. Consider these pieces for a more pared-back ambience – the best kind of interiors for your art to shine.

Karlsson’s Marble Hexagon wall clock

Pioneer Lifestyle, price upon request

Tasaraita chopping board

Marimekko, $495

Ossidiana moka pot

Alessi, $715

Woud’s Level daybed

House for Goodies, $25,730

Plain basket

BoConcept, $949

Ring tealight holder

BoConcept, $70

Porta Romana’s Fishtail console table

Altfield Interiors, price upon request

Pinetti’s Almeria basket

Lane Crawford, $5,500

Menu’s Afteroom side table

House for Goodies, $1,790

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