So you’ve got portraits or landscapes or paintings of some flavor hanging in your hero or heroine’s 18th century or Regency England house. How might the frames be hung? Here’s one way:
Regency-era vases. (Technically: Paris, France. Louis XV) The white, painted planter / flower-pot is ~1720. The burgundy vase is Jean-Claude Duplessis ~1750. The matching rectangular vases are from China, ~1720, porcelain with bronze. The very plain white vase is an 18th century Chinese cornet vase.