Vintage Plate Wall


Happy Wednesday Friends!

 I am here today to share a favorite little corner of my dining room.

I love to thrift shop and buy second hand! Most all of the items in our home other than the larger items like our sofas, love seats and beds all have been purchased second hand. I rarely buy any decorative items brand new or retail.


This favorite corner of mine was a labor of love while I collected vintage plates over a period of time. I began gathering some of my favorite plate walls on {PINTEREST} as inspiration. I then kept my eye out for plates that had vivid colors as our walls are a light grey. I wanted the plates to standout and be seen. I also wanted it to feel eclectic and collected.img_20160429_162225134

I use {THESE} plate hangers to hang my plates.

I love how it came together!



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14 thoughts on “Vintage Plate Wall

  1. Hi Chas, Your arrangement looks very pulled together and cohesive! I love the plates with the floral arrangements in the center – so colorful! Thanks for the inspiration! Blessings, Janet


  2. Nothing like some good old colorful plates with maybe interesting graphics or scenes on them to liven up a wall. Love how you arranged your plates, looks great, adds interest to wall.

    Hope you have wonderful week.


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