A small plate assortment centerpiece compliments the plate wall decor in this southwestern style dining space. A built in bench is padded with charcoal gray and red striped throw pillows for a pop of bold color and cozy seating around the smooth wood dining table.
Wood pedestals bring a natural texture to beautifully contrast the smooth artistic pieces. Dark pottery stands out against the bright white walls decorated with framed artwork. A sleek, oblong sconce provides a beautiful and unique lighting element to highlight the area.
A vintage automotive tool chest doubles as a small dresser and the closet doors are covered in corkboard for displaying posters and artwork. A stylized map of the US and vintage license plates as wall decor create a roadtrip theme.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah and her team constructed a custom plate rail from stock lumber and backband molding. The portion of wall above the plate rail was painted a light, wispy blue to make the room appear larger and accent the turquoise decor.
Framed photos, plates and a lantern candle holder create a lovely mounted display over the wall. A gorgeous wood finish on the couch is balanced with a soft green seat cushion and matching throw pillows. A pattern on the wood floor contributes additional warm tones for an inviting and artistic look.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, this vintage-style dining table was set with chic mid-century modern table decor and complemented with vintage turquoise dining chairs. The geometric plates match the dining room's custom geometric wall mural that hangs just outside the scope of this image.
This formal dining room has yellow walls and is anchored by an ornate crystal chandelier. The antique wood sideboard displays decorative plates a floral bouquet and candles. The traditional style decor is primarily defined with the classic table and chairs with an elaborate setting, which features a candelabra, china and a pop of color with floral arrangements and red glasses.
A floral loveseat and red armchair create a cozy sitting area in this Tuscan kitchen. A collection of green plates and platters surrounds a distressed bucket with various wood farming tools for an unusual but fitting wall decor piece.
A small wood buffet table with two doors that open is used to display an orange and red plate and four pillar candles. Designer tip: Resist the urge to cover every square inch of wall space in your room. Too much wall decor can be visually overwhelming.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah removed a dividing wall between a cramped living and dining area to allow ample space for entertaining. She installed a custom plate rail around the perimeter of the space and added a wispy light blue paint that ties together the room's blue decor.