Thursday, October 23, 2008

Plate Wall

My sister-in-law Autumn turned the plate wall idea I blogged about here into a reality in her own kitchen and it looks fantastic! Love this idea. Autumn, thanks for sharing!

(Update: The plate wall I originally blogged about belongs to San Francisco based artist and collector Lisa Congdon. You can see pictures of this and her other amazing collections which were featured on SF Girl By the Bay, here.)

5 comments:

Autumn said...

I'm glad you linked her. I couldn't remember her name or anything about her. Wow, what a cool post about her (your link). I'm dying to know the meaning behind the letter "E". I love the blocky one on the bottom left, first pic. Thanks a million for your post with the plate display.

Sue said...

I like this idea. What do you use to attach the plate to the wall? Another idea I have seen too is to put framed pictures in wall plate holders like you have in your kitchen Kim.

nessa said...

i have been working on my plate collection ever since you blogged about that cute plate wall. Autumn, how did you get so many cute plates? I feel like it's taking me forever to get a bunch of plates that I like.

www.potsandpins.com said...

Hi! I just found your blog and I loved it! When I saw the picture of you and your hubby on your wedding day I immediately thought, "she's got to be a Mormon!" And you are! So am I...small world! I love your plate wall, and your sewing nook - everything is so organized! Also loved the floating apple votives! Great blog! Thanks for the read! Nan

Melissa said...

Oh that looks so cute- what a great collection. I wish I was that creative to start collecting cute things- but maybe I can start now.