Even before the pandemic hit and many people were stuck at home for fun, crockery was developing a renewed type of cultural prestige. Suddenly, porcelain is no longer registered before a wedding or reluctantly inherited from grandma — it has become an extension of the decor, part of everyone’s personal style.
But what to do with all those dishes when, at least last year, you are a perpetual party of two or four? Opinion leaders who love the table have always known the answer: take the dishes out of the cupboards and put them on the walls, of course! Get inspired by these decors with dishes on the wall.
Frank de Biasi and Gene Meyer’s Home
AD100 designer Frank de Biasi hung a line of dishes just below the crown frame in his own dining room in Tangier.
A Cowtan & Tout chintz document with a pink pattern set the tone for the decor here, which was completed when the couple unpacked a harlequin set of majolica dishes and decided to hang them against a frieze painted in deep mint green.
Veere Grenney’s Tangier getaway
Design lovers around the world are dusting off their finest china and hanging it on the walls. Here, in Veere Grenney’s Tangier getaway, a circa-1815 Royal Worcester dinner service creates serious impact in the dining room.
French Dining Room
The Sumptuously French Dining Room is the dining room with its own fascinating history and specific charm. It is not easy to choose the perfect furniture for a dining room. The vintage mix with new, eye-catching colors and outstanding furniture create a comfortable and elegant dining room with an iconic character. It is around a table that the best memories and treasures are created. The colors connect all the room’s personality and styles, making it an Effortless French Dining Room.
Realach Dining Plate
Realach is a dinnerware set of 6 plates with three-place settings. It is inspired by the mesmerizing jig patterns that methodic intertwine and shape refined round silhouettes.
Classic Dining Plate
Classic decorative plate presents a refined and aesthetic design style to your room decoration. A sophisticated design to use as a decorative wall piece.
Cordelia de Castellane’s French Country House
The cozy place to eat in the French country house of the artistic director of Dior Maison Cordelia de Castellane is lined with Simrane fabrics and a variety of decorative dishes.
Imagine a dream world where your home is in pink and blush colors. Pink Wonderlust
is for someone bold and audacious, that take risks and is not afraid of rose-colored interiors. A beautiful hue, pretty versatile, millennial pink, is excellent for a wide range of interior design styles.
A Lush Pink is a magnetic color with a distinctly romantic character. Create an eye-catching décor, an immersive design experience, with modern design furniture with refined finishes. Cool and playful accessories are the key to accentuate your lively and fresh personality.
JJ Martin’s Milan Apartment
Designer JJ Martin took a different approach in her new apartment in Milan. The trick was to put everything on the floor to find groups and combinations that work before applying to the wall.
“For those who don’t have unlimited budgets or unlimited art collections, it’s fun to be creative with the way you decorate the walls,” says Martin, who is known for his signature punch pattern. “These things must be appreciated, coveted, and eaten visually.”
Balance Dining Plate
Balance is a dinnerware set of 6 plates with three-place settings. The service comprises desert, dining, and charger plates, available separately in sets of 6.
Emmy Raver-Lampman and actor Daveed Diggs’s LA Home
However, the concept does not stop at the plates: any attractive tableware works wonders on the wall. See, for example, when Mandy Cheng saw a small pile of unused baskets in a living room at the home of actress Emmy Raver-Lampman and actor Daveed Diggs in Los Angeles. “I was immediately attracted to the colors and textures and held one on the wall,” recalls Cheng, who fastened the fabric bowls to the walls with small brass nails so they could be moved easily.
We hope you liked these dishes on the wall as much as we do. Feel free to pin all the images to your favorite Pinterest board. Meanwhile, you can also visit our Pinterest boards to get more inspiration.
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