Plate wall decor is something I grew up seeing but in a three to four plate collection kind of way so when I stumbled with these original, awe-inspiring and high impact versions of what I remembered I was just blown away.
The first plate wall decor inspiration collection is found in the SkyHouse by Ghislaine Viñas, the colorful mix and match feeling of the plates still manages to feel modern and creates additional impact because the plates are framed in an “invisible frame” created by cutting the round plates in the edges of the composition.
The next collection is found in the Green Bay interiors project by Megan Winters. The Piero Fornasetti plate wall decor collection is installed in individual “frames” which serve many purposes: they offset the pieces from the white background, through color and texture it also ties them into the surroundings to make a whole composition, and because they have the acrylic top they are also protected from any undesired manipulation or accidental stumble.
The last plate wall decor collection can be found in the Taiwan Noodle House in Beijing by Golucci International Design. This collection is just massive, it completely fills up the whole wall and because of the colors and materials of the surrounding space they have a predominant role in the impact of the interior design achieved by Golucci.
I really hope these projects inspire you to show a collection if you have it, to make small changes to it to give it that additional impact it can have, or even to simply start one.
Let me know if there are any other type of collections you would like me to feature to get your creative juices flowing.