The same plate in a soothing color palette and different sizes, randomly placed, make for a beautifully composed wall.
A variety of styles, colors, and sizes spread out above a media center fill out the space above without clutter. The colors of the plates pick up the color palette of the room. They provide just the right amount of visual interest to the wall without being over bearing.
The colorful and whimsical selection of plates on Fab.com founder, Bradford Shelhammer’s kitchen provide a nice pop of color against the dark walls.
Porcelain flowers adorn this wall in the Tiffany suite at the St. Regis in New York City. Don’t you love the hint of the much coveted Tiffany blue on the headboard and pillow?
This is one of my favorite selections of plates on the wall. I love how the edges of the plates were cut to form a composition in a perfectly formed rectangle and how the focal point, the teal plate in the center, is slightly offset. Using different sizes and shapes but keeping the colors in the same color family keep this wall from looking too cluttered.
An eclectic mix of plates fill in the empty space on the wall and compliment the black and white stripe tablecloth.
The large plates on the lavender walls of this boho/Moroccan inspired room provide just the right amount of color and punch on the wall.