A beautiful collection of plates handmade by a New York City artist are hung above the dining room buffet to create a stunning focal wall. Two elegant chairs flank the buffet for extra seating when the homeowners are entertaining.
Make a monochromatic statement in an eating nook--this one abuts the kitchen cabinets--with a curated collection of plates. Designer Jennifer Foster with Eanes Foster Design found these old platters and round plates at an antiques store, and buying some in small sizes also saved money.
A neutral palette and luxurious tufted chairs soften this dining room, making it an inviting space for entertaining. Porcelain platters hung above the buffet add textural interest and are a lovely stand-in for artwork.
Two brown stools, decorated with multiple blue and brown fleur-de-lis, contrast the bright white railing. Blue plates hang vertically for a touch of country charm while a built-in white shelving unit serves as a unexpected spot for storage or decorations.
Mascarpone by Benjamin Moore is the perfect creamy white backdrop for the collection of vintage plates used in this little girl's bedroom. Designer Tip: Make a whole wall of art by using pictures, plates or anything else you collect to make a beautiful collage.
Enjoy your cabin days in style! This cozy cabin features country white wall paneling and cabinet doors in the bathroom and red toile fabric for the adjoining bedroom. The folding shutter window dressing and decorative plate wall art add charisma and charm to an already adorable palette.
Storybook illustrations from Maxfield Parrish inspired the design of a handcrafted cabinet for plates and dishes. Concrete countertops, tile-covered walls and Arts and Crafts oak cabinetry blend harmoniously with the rolling fields seen through the window.
A clean-lined, upholstered bed is layered against a built-in upholstered panel, giving this transitional California bedroom depth and polish. Large-scale art leans against one wall for a casual vibe, and a plate glass window offers stunning views of the lush yard. A petite, tufted bench and graphic pillows bring a punch of rich color.
The black accent wall and pastel wall art provide the perfect backdrop for this vintage gold bar cart display. Designer Notes: "My bar cart was super easy to style. It's vintage and has just the perfect patina, so just about anything looks good on it," says designer Naomi Stein of Design Manifest. "It's the place where I stock my favorite mixers and showcase my vintage glasses and fancy plates. Fresh flowers are a must to add beautiful aroma and color. The finishing touch for me is the painting above. It's like the cherry to my bar-cart cocktail."
When you want flexibility with your wall storage, the new Perch line from Urbio is a good solution. Designed to be modular, the vessels and wall plate in this wall organization system are magnetic and come in three- or five-piece starter kits that keep plants, kitchen utensils, art supplies and more within easy reach. The Perch line includes 3M Command Strips for easy installation and damage free removal, or stows for a more permanent placement.