It’s far simpler to keep a memory alive than it is to keep little trinkets that act as a constant reminder of it. It’s easy to lose track of things like movie stubs and concert tickets, as well as notes and pictures, if they’re put away in a forgotten place. If you don’t want your prized possessions to become just another item of clutter (or worse, lose them completely), shadow boxes are a beautiful way to organise and showcase them.
Due of their depth, shadow boxes go beyond the limitations of a simple frame. The depth of shadow boxes ranges from one to three inches, and they may store both flat and three-dimensional items. With its glass top and rectangular wooden frame, the box retains its frame-like appearance while allowing you to arrange things in more creative ways than just fitting them into a predetermined place.
Mirrored Display Case from Love-KANKEI
This shadowbox, which measures 8 by 10 inches and has a depth of 2 inches, can accommodate three-dimensional items. The combination of cork and cloth allows you to change up your display to incorporate photographs, tickets, and notes if you so want.
With the cork for push-pin compatibility and the woven burlap material on top for rustic appeal, the wooden frame of the box is well complemented. The magnetic door on this shadow box is another reason why we like it. It’s fast and simple to make a change to the interior design.
Shadow Box Frame in American Flat
This shadowbox may be exhibited on a table or hung on the wall, but it also protects your precious keepsakes from breakage thanks to its shatterproof glass. While the 1.5-inch depth is excellent for storing trinkets or medals, it may be reduced for times when you only want to show a photograph. It is possible to remove the internal wood parts and reassemble the frame as a regular one. This model’s linen backing, which enables for push-pin usage, is another reason we adore it. Please visit LightboxGoodman for more info.
Shadow Boxes on the Street
This top-loading shadow box with a 1.8-inch depth is a great way to display the souvenirs you’ve acquired on your travels. Adding sea glass, sand, and small shells to a shadowbox complements the top-loading design and wood backing layer exceptionally well.
Shadow Boxes of Golden State Art
An unorthodox canvas for multimedia painting, this shadow box’s movable magnetic door makes it simple to work with any treasures you have lying about your home. Your shadow box’s contents can be rearranged more easily if the door can be opened. The fact that it is a bigger model is another reason why we like it so much. An 11-by-11-inch black moulding frame surrounds the piece, which measures 11 by 11.