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Plinths are of course not novel in exhibiting decorative arts; museums, galleries and stately spaces have long used these as platforms for displaying busts, antiques and sculptures.
However, in recent months, more and more plinths are cropping up everywhere: from the homes of designers and creatives, to interior staging for mainstream retailers such as CB2 and Restoration Hardware.
Why has the plinth in the domestic setting, become ubiquitous of late?
Perhaps it is a minimalist answer to showcasing the on-trend sculptures and studio ceramics that are making an appearance in so many aesthetes’ homes?
Or perhaps we are all just missing gallery and museum visits during Covid-19 lockdown? Whatever the case, the plinth is, after all, an unimposing way to get your decorative arts, even floral arrangements, front and center.
Below we’ve shared some inspiring interiors that use plinths at home.
If you are looking for a display solution for your home, get in touch with a member of our team at firstname.lastname@example.org and learn more about our custom fabrication of plinths and display cases.
Submit your request and someone from the Trefler’s team will contact you.