Thursday, October 22, 2009

I have a problem (plate walls)

And the obsession continues...










above photos via Nuevo Estilo


via decor pad


via Get it Girl Style (from Domino)


via Coastal Living

You do realize by encouraging me it's like you're enabling an addict...
(thank you, thank you, thank you)
Want to see me spiral out of control with an obsession? You can review the madness here.

41 comments:

oh, hello friend. said...

wow, the wall plates are amazing!!!! i want to do something like that. it is so hard to get around to doing it though ;)

thanks for stopping by my blog. love yours!

xo. danni

flynn said...

have you bitten the bullet and created your own yet? inquiring minds want to know ...

Sidney said...

I am obsessed with a plate wall that Cottage Living featured maybe year or two ago. It was in a home on Charleston in maybe a bedroom above a dressing table. It was absolutely FABULOUS!

Inty swetha said...

ha ha :) thats a cute obsession! and the first picture is good!

Paulina said...

hahaha I know I keep feeding an addiction when I keep telling you how much I love your finds, but really, I think you are feeding my addiction when you post all these lovely plate wall photos :)

Keep 'em coming.
From one addict to another.

Sparrow's Nest said...

You know what...there are much worse obsessions to have than a plate obsession. I say you embrace it, and go buy as many plates as you can get you hands on! How fun!!!

TERI REES WANG said...

This is one of those weird old-fashion tricks that still turns me on.

libbyunwin said...

I love these!! Maybe we should find a support group.

Pixel Wild Child said...

I really like your obsesion! ;O) Very nice and inspiring pics of plates here...

Blair said...

I definitley encourage you addiction! Love the walls you find. Never thought of using the larger ones around the mirror like that--very fun and eclectic.

Diana said...

You should make a button on the side that has this section- i bet you will get lots of hits from database searches! we know you are not the only one!

LENORENEVERMORE said...

Adore your healthy obsession Christina...as long as you don't live in an earthquake country, I'd cry if they ever fall & break into million pieces...sobsss*
XO*

Absolutely Not Martha said...

you're funny. (plates above a bed? never seen before.)

Caitlin said...

You're just lucky they have so many photos of plate walls that you can put on here and drool over! Hehe

Simply Mel said...

There are far worse things to be addicted to - and what are friends for?, but to encourage our loveliest obsessions, non?!?!

e.michele said...

I'm in love with the bedroom on this page. Mine is similar to that. Your sense of design is outstandingly chic and beautiful. I love it.

Christine--RHP said...

those pix are gorgeous!!!
now I'm getting obsessed....
(like I need another obsession...)

Iva said...

LOL! sorry. your title. HAHHA.


well...the good news is that you can admit it :)


the GREAT news it that, its a healthy obsession :)

~KS said...

I LOVE that you love plate walls... because I love looking at all of your fabulous finds! I just posted a plate wall on my blog today and linked it over to you... so people could enjoy your plate obsession!! Love it!

Hanako66 said...

sigh

i love them

Teresa said...

That dining room? I'm dying.

Rachel Follett said...

Never stop your obsession! These are gorgeous and I can see why you would be addicted. :)

Adrienne S. said...

Admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery. Though I wouldn't call this a problem, and why would you want to recover?! As for me, plates are growing on me more and more.

Rebecca said...

i just found your blog through 'Oh. Hello Friend' and i just adore it. You have so many goodies here, i can't wait to catch up!

anotherfishinthesea said...

teehee i laughed as soon as i saw your subject. fortunately, i think most of us like your problem! :)

Felicia|DaLipstickBandit said...

hahahahaah

but you make them look fresh and new each time!

:)

accordingtojane said...

Problem? I see no problem.
I *love* the turquoise plate behind the silver teapot in the very first picture.

accordingtojane said...

Problem? I see no problem.
I *love* the turquoise plate behind the silver teapot in the very first picture.

Sam said...

I want to enable the addict!!! Love the plate walls - the second last one is ravishing and then maybe the last one next - so nice!!!

The Cottage Cheese said...

Wow, how do you keep finding more and more fabulous plate walls? The 2 walls laid out on a grid are brilliant!

vintagelaundress said...

Wow!!! I didn't think there was a soul in the world with a bigger "Plate Wall problem" than I have . . . I stand corrected!

So happy to have found your blog and I look forward to future visits.

Fiona said...

After seeing this, i think i have a problem too.

Magchunk said...

I saw a plate wall on a new-to-me blog the other day and thought of you! I'll have to track it down again and send you the link. It was beautiful!

I'm too earthquake-nervous for one in my house though!

Jaime said...

Loved this post of your obsession! I featured it on my Friday Faves :)

http://laviejaime.blogspot.com/2009/10/friday-faves_23.html

Teresa @ good-grace said...

Good Lord - you and me both. I swear ... I've loved this look for eons... especially in the "not-to-perfectly-spaced" way. Beautiful images!!

Courtney said...

I like the "framed-plate-wall" look in the 4th photo.

Do you have a plate wall, yet? Or a collection that will one day be a wall?

Jena said...

I love the 'plate wall' look, but I definitely have not collected enough plates to do this. I'll start with photos!

PS~Erin said...

It's so funny bc I've seen a few plate walls this week and they made me think of you!

Kotori said...

Never would have thought to do a grid pattern with the plates... looks so cool.

jen said...

That second to last one is divine!

Don't you realize that you're luring us all into your web of addiction with you?--Keep 'em coming, sister!

Bromeliad said...

I think there's a 12-step group for this.

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