Do you have some quilts are hidden away because you don't know what to do with them? They may be tucked away in closets and drawers to keep them safe. My mom keeps hers between the box springs and the mattress of her bed.
It's time to see them free! Quilts aren't just some plain old blanket - they are works of art! They were lovingly created to be used and seen. They should be admired for the skill that created them and embraces the love that inspired them. Chances are they have precious memories for you. Let's get them out of hiding and let them share the love they hold.
I have quilts displayed in every room of my house except the kitchen. I realize that may not work with everyone's décor, but hopefully, these ideas will inspire you to set your quilts free, where they can be appreciated.
💖Wood hanger with marbles.
I love these hangers! They come unfinished so you can stain or paint them. To use you just insert the quilt upward in the slot past the marble. To remove the quilt, pull out sideways.
💖Wall shelf with hanging sleeve board. You can use these even if your quilt doesn't have a sleeve. Just fold it over the board.
💖Use a decorative curtain rod. This a wooden one, but I have used metal ones also. Fold the quilt over the rod and secure it at the sides.
💖Quilt ladder A quilt ladder is a great way to display several quilts at a time.
💖 Floor Quilt Rack There are a lot of these to choose from. They can be painted or stained to fit any decor. They are great to set in a corner or at the foot of the bed.
💖Stack on a chair I have these stacked on an antique lawn chair on the porch. When the weather gets cooler, we can just grab one and wrap up.
💖Stack on a bookshelf
💖Fold in a basket A large wicker basket holds several bigger quilts. This old picnic basket is perfect smaller quilts or table runners.
💖Coffee table This is a clever idea, the quilt is displayed on a coffee table under glass. The shelf below holds more quilts to snuggle up in.
💖Use as a table cloth
I'm sure with a little bit of creative thinking you will discover unique ways to display your quilts. I'd love to hear about them, so drop a line in the comments section below!