We All Have a Museum at Home: #MyMuseumCollection



The global outbreak of COVID-19 has changed the way many of us go about our day-to-day lives. We all know that by “physical distancing” ourselves we can slow the transmission of the coronavirus, protect our loved ones, and limit the number of people affected overall. However, as more of us are told to stay home, we begin to miss our normal daily human-interaction and start to feel cramped, stressed, and overwhelmed. We are all experiencing a sense of unease with the hovering uncertainty about how long this will last and what will happen next.

Right about now, we could all use a dose of good memories, peaceful reflection, and social interaction to help us feel more at peace.

How can we achieve such interaction and emotional stability you ask? The answer: by sharing, discussing, and enjoying each other’s at-home collections.

What's the connection you ask?

Well... one thing has always been certain–majority of people tend to collect a bank of good memories they can reflect on when the going-gets-tough, and to socially, emotionally, and mentally interact with others who share the same interest. Whether we collect to feel an emotional or nostalgic connection, we want to preserve items of the past, or we want to share our passion and knowledge with others, we all treasure our own little "museum of curiosities."

So, if you’re looking for a sweet escape while spending time at home, participate in the #MyMuseumCollection social campaign where you can connect with others and express your unique personality without even having to leave your sofa. Explore the quirky oddities, museum-worthy objects, and eccentric goods we all collect.

Aren't you curious?

Share your collections on the 'gram and Tweet them out using #MyMuseumCollection and tag us on FB/TW @westmuse or on IG@westmuse.pics


See what people are sharing!

@ledererdesign Personally-Designed Notebook Collection@william.stender Orchid Collection@dakota_brains Beatle Collection




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