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Accessories: Plates as Wall Decor

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Accessories: Plates as Wall Decor

Julie Carlson December 28, 2011

Clusters of complementary (or clashing) plates make appealing freeform wall art arrangements; as in this roundup of favorites. N.B. For more plate hanging ideas (including our favorite Invisisible English Plate Hanger Disc), go to Accessories: Plates Displayed Backward.

Above: A dining area in London by Found Associates.

Above: Photo by Joanna Henderson via Sarah Kaye.

Above: A collection of delicate plates; photo by Daniel Hertzell.

Above: A horizontal line of plates makes a surprisingly modern design element.

Above: Plates from Knack Studio.

Above: Fine Little Day plates.

Above: A tableau of classic black and white Fornasetti plates; photo by Patric Johansson.

Above: An outdoor wall at the Viceroy Hotel patio bar in Santa Monica.

Above: A collection of blue and white plates, from Living Etc.

Above: Blue and white plates from Purple Area.

Above: An arrangement of mismatched Blue Willow plates, via Black & Spiro design in Australia.

Above: Photo by Sylvie Becquet.

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