Three Ideas to Get More Out of Your Egyptian Décor

The bright colors and ancient splendor of Egyptian decorations help them take center stage just about everywhere they happen to be displayed. However, even though Egyptian-themed items need to do little more than look fantastic, many of these stunning pieces can also be used for other functions. The following are three ideas for adding a bit of extra function to Egyptian decor:

King Tutankhamen's Life-Size Sarcophagus Cabinet: Surprise guests by opening this big sarcophagus to show them your collection of favorite movies, music, and video games.

King Tutankhamen's Life-Size Sarcophagus Cabinet

Neoclassical Egyptian Revival Chair: Chairs were meant to be used even if they look as absolutely stunning as this one. Use a set of these beautiful, artistic mahogany chairs for everyday dining or save them for very special occasions. No matter when you use them, they will make guests feel like royalty.

Neoclassical Egyptian Revival Chair

Temple of Karnak Egyptian Occasional Table: As is common with all of our Egyptian art, this striking item could easily be used to add a breathtaking Egyptian touch to a room and nothing more. However, it looks even better when used for serving after dinner drinks, or for displaying Egyptian-themed busts. Even if you don't use it as a table, make sure to use this high quality decor as a storage space for secret tomes, favorite board games, and other treasures.

Temple of Karnak Egyptian Occasional Table

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Comments for Three Ideas to Get More Out of Your Egyptian Décor


Name: Marlene
Time: Saturday, January 11, 2014

I have many of your items decorating my master bedroom (columns of Luxor, Freizes, Luxor Shelves, and many more items). I love it and get many compliments. Thank you for your excellent reproductions.

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