Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Plate Walls #94-#97

Whoa, we're almost at 100 plate walls!  I'm delaying the inevitable because I don't know if I should stop posting them or keep going.  Help. Are you tired of them?  Should I stop?  I need your opinion.









































Huge thank you to Susan for sending me some awesome plate walls this week! Feel free to visit the plate wall archives if you'd like to see how just how deep my odd obsession runs.

*images 94) via Design*Sponge thank you Mackenzie for the link; 95) Alexander van Berge via Desire to Inspire; 96) 7 Layer Studio; 97) Anthropologie via Beauty meet budget

18 comments:

LifestyleBohemia said...

I love the last image - the colors are beautiful.I would say to stop at 100, but you can always come back in the future and post some more.

Jen said...

Don't stop! I love plate walls. :]

Mrs. DeRaps said...

I love your plate walls. Please keep going!

Tonia of Chic Modern Vintage said...

We all have our "issues." I think that it's a fabulous collection. Are you using the latest plate hanger? I found it at the Container Store, and I love it.

http://www.containerstore.com/shop/collections/display/frames?Ntt=plate+hanger&productId=10010750

Erika ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

nah i'd keep em' coming ~ great inspiration for things we ALL can do - i love lookin' @ them and seeing which one's i want and what i would do with them!

*Hugs*
Erika
http://tiptoebutterfly.blogspot.com/

Rene @ cottage and vine said...

I love your plate walls and have referred my followers to you for the BEST collection of plate wall posts. You can't stop now, LOL.

Melanie's Randomness said...

The last two here are really something! I love the green & black & then the red!

Gina said...

I love the simplicity of the second one. Please don't stop posting these - your odd obsession has inspired me. Whenever I am at a thrift store, I am looking for plates in order to make a plate wall in my kitchen!

Beach House Living said...

I never thought about using plates...but I'm liking this.

Chic 'n Cheap Living said...

Love the color and whimsy - go for 100!

abby jenkins said...

ugh! That just reminds me of the awesome vintage plates of black and green butterflies I put back at the Goodwill. Damn that self control! They would have been perfect as wall art!

Len♥reNeverM♥re said...

you know how I adore your obsession...brought smiles each time you post them! It's your trademark, a girl can't help it...it's a good thing! ;)

lucy@fourwallsandaroof said...

Keep going, I say! As long as there are plate walls, there should be posts about them! Do you have this one by the way: http://www.livingetc.com/showcase/houses/North_Carolina_home_article_297411.html?slide=9&thumbStart=7#gallery

drollgirl said...

i still like 'em, but please do as you see fit!

Sandy said...

Hi,
I just came over and saw this great post! Can I ask...do you know how they mount the plates on the walls without seing any type of mounting material???? Love this idea!!!!!! :)

Down and Out Chic said...

Hi Sandy- the link that Lucy left is exactly what you're looking for:

http://www.containerstore.com/shop/collections/display/frames?Ntt=plate+hanger&productId=10010750

Good luck!

Diana said...

Who says you need to stop? If you like it, keep liking it or else maybe looking at another plate wall will make you think, i wish i can share but i already hit 100.
if anything, it's a mark of more to come :)
if you love it, i still love it.

couture designers said...

I don't think in this case you need a number that ddictates your actions. If you love them, and findgreat ones, post them, no matter if you get to 100 or 217.

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