Orange boxes for decorating! I found these pictures and article from www.stylecourt.blogspot.com. http://bp2.blogger.com/_TWlf_e5Ud5A/RqS91IKYiDI/AAAAAAAABK8/whW6v6IzCoE/s1600-h/ef9c_1_sbl.JPG http://bp1.blogger.com/_TWlf_e5Ud5A/RqS494KYiCI/AAAAAAAABK0/7WxCGM5asKc/s1600-h/elledecor.jpg "Above, I think I spot an orange Hermes gift box discreetly placed on the bottom of Schuyler Samperton's bookcase; photograph by Grey Crawford for Elle Decor, November 2003. Iconic orange Hermes boxes used for display storage: cool or contrived? A few years ago, Elle Decor featured a room where masses of these chic boxes were exhibited on open shelves. (The homeowner happily admitted that many of the boxes had been found on eBay.) Since then, I've noticed the fashionable containers popping-up in room after room. Personally, I love the signature orange with brown trim, not to mention the subtle nod to Grace Kelly. But do you think use of the boxes as accessories could become ubiquitous, like status shoes "casually" dropped on the floor and Taschen's oft-seen Cabinet of Natural Curiosities? Or are some items just classics? Below, included just for fun, a framed vintage Hermes scarf in Ivanka Trump's Park Avenue apartment, originally decorated by Emma Jane Pilkington, and published in House & Garden, January 2005." http://bp2.blogger.com/_TWlf_e5Ud5A/RqTEnIKYiEI/AAAAAAAABLE/MuWRJMTFeZw/s1600-h/hermes I think with restraint the orange boxes look great. What do you think?? Anyone already using them for art/display??