When it comes to arranging displays, vignettes, mantles or a bookshelf, the use of threes or odd numbers creates a more visually appealing composition. I’ve discussed the Rule of Three in detail, and found a great resource in Holly Becker’s, Decorate book on “The Art of Arrangement” as well.
Etsy seller, House of Ceramics, makes it easy — creating ceramic objects in groups of three and odd numbers — and offers arrangements as art, thereby taking away the task and (for some) the challenge of “the art of” arranging.
1. Ceramic Still Life, $1,345 – nine bottle forms and three pieces of fruit
2. Group of Three Hand-Built Ceramic Pears, $99 3. Group of Three Ceramic Fruit, $93 – lemon, apple, peach 4. Group of Three Decorative Ceramic Spheres $48 – eggs in green, chartreuse and reddish undertones 5. Three Hand-Built Ceramic Tealight/Votive Holders, $44 – stormy blue and celadon