Creative Ways to Use Plates Wall Inside Your Home

Decorating walls with plates is not the latest design idea. But still you can make your dining area unique by using plates. In addition, you don’t have to invest lots of money to prepare the plate display inside the room.

While designing your dining area wall with plates you are able to pick any shade, style, shape and design of the plates, and also the way to place them on the wall. You can arrange them randomly, proportionally, linear, or in a free form. You may also highlight the plates with a frame, jute twine, or a painted design on plain white plates. It’s all up to you!

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Credits: @diyforlife.com

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Credits: @delfi.lv

Plates don’t need to be most of the same style, figure, design, or color. Your plate wall design depends upon your concept of what is better or more suitable for your living room. You can combine several shapes, colors and styles in the same plate display. Using colorless plates makes the room look more stylish. The same can be said about antique plates.

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Once you are done decorating the dining room wall with plates, consider using this decorating idea in other rooms of your house – bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, yards and entryways, along with staircases, lobbies, and entryways.

 

How To Transform Any Room Using Colorful Patchwork Tiles

Designed Tiles have made a wonderful comeback. Attractive and unique patterns stir up the senses to give color and geometric fun to have a statement inside the room. The structures bring detail to the room design and a center point, no matter whether on the wall or in the floor.

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Credits: @avso.org

The dynamics of designed tiles makes a bohemian and extraordinary touch to the room, particularly if you combine various patterns to create a patchwork of color and design. Mix patchwork and designed tiles along with modern tactics to add a statement wall which can make the wow factor.

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Credits: @homedit.com

This design came from Morocco and Spain having extremely eye-catching and dramatic patterns and designs from these incandescent countries. Some other patterns come from the Victorian period, remarkably with today’s reclaimed floor tiles. The following tile designs consist of colorful and bohemian. Try to make a bit awesome using patchwork and designed tiles at home.