There's nothing like a bright and colorful figurine to accent a room. These broadcast the style sense of the decorator and add to the room's overall ambiance. Many decorative and collectible figurines are seasonal in nature, and changing out the decor is a fun way of welcoming the new part of the year. There are many different kinds of collectible figurines, so here are some general tips for selecting a suitable piece for one's home.
Seasonal and themed decor
Major festivals and seasons see a lot of themed decor options. Christmas, for example, has everything from noble reindeer to the endearing tomte of Scandinavia. People set up nativity displays and have angels on their mantelpieces. These make a room look welcoming and cheery and give visitors a look into how the homeowner celebrates the holiday.
Similarly, collectible figurines themed around concepts like family and different kinds of love add a softer touch to the home. They can be of sentimental value to both the homeowner and any guests they may have.
Some decorative elements may have an extra function, such as built-in timed lamps, paperweights, and even microwaveable heating elements. It's essential to ensure that these additional components are of high quality: while the figures can still serve as decor, a fault in the added parts can damage the figurine. Look for components that meet industry standards and are safe for use in their current configuration.
Safety and suitability
While collectible figurines are mostly meant as decor, it's essential to get items that will last a while when used with care. Statues should be painted with UV-safe paints and made of a material that won't shatter, especially if there are young children in the house. Additional light and heating elements should be manufactured to be safe and low-maintenance. Non-toxic paints and adhesives should be used throughout.
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