This photograph is a demonstration of controlled chaos. Objects at an antique shop are the subject due to their diversity yet loose relations to each other, which creates a playing field for gestalt grouping.
Variety in color, texture, and size is the key to a pleasing chaos. But these elements must be intentionally defined, therefore the colors are of the same earthy palette, the texture is of low contrast, and the largest single element encompasses barely a third of the composition. A close crop gives the image confidence, as elements often break the borders to completely immerse the viewer in clutter.
The result is a network, a community, of objects that interact and complement each other, inanimate yet bursting with movement and excitement.