We just shared some cool wall wall basket ideas and today I want to share some more cool wall decor ideas and these are plates. Decorative plates have even more potential than baskets because they are usually painted and you can use them to create different combinations. They can be arranged symmetrically or asymmetrically, on one wall or on two that come from one to the other. If you think plates will only fit in a kitchen or dining room, you are mistaken. Decorative plates can be a good idea for almost any room. Let’s look at that.
Kitchens and dining areas
Plates are very traditional for kitchens and dining areas for a reason – these are plates. Above the dining area or on a kitchen wall, you can rock mismatched vintage or floral patterns. Various colorful plates are sure to make a statement on a neutral or dark wall. The colors can correspond to the color scheme of the kitchen or the mismatch. If you want a modern look on a wall of plates, cut the plates very clearly and take them in matching colors, it will be a great decoration!
Other rooms can include living rooms, entry areas, and even bedrooms. Flowery and matching plates, also in different sizes, give a vintage or an elegant feel. Colorful hand-painted and mismatched are for a modern or eclectic space. In fact, plates can be arranged for any living style, from boho to minimalist. The point is how you rock the colors and sizes. Get inspired!
Blue is perhaps the most popular color used in home renovations. Why so? It's universal - it goes with any style, it's peaceful and comfortable, this color is very soothing, unless you go for super neon colors. Blue is a very natural color for all types of spaces from kitchens to home offices, but today I share blue bathrooms and I am sure you will love them!
Shades and color schemes
First, decide which shade of blue you like - navy, royal blue, light blue, light blue, neon blue? With the main decision made, it's time to choose a style to use. Although most homeowners choose the same style as everywhere to make the spaces cohesive, I would say that a bathroom is relatively small and you can get the style you've always wanted to try, boho for example.
What colors and shades can blue be combined with? First and foremost, neutrals who are sure to freshen up the room a lot. Second, these can be different warm metallics for contrast and chic - brass and gold are your choices, although copper will be beautiful too. If you want an atmospheric bathroom, choose graphite gray and black. If you want a colorful room, light shades are your choice.
How to engage
A completely blue bathroom isn't very common, but if you feel like it, just do it! If not, there are a number of ways you can elegantly incorporate your blues without going all blue. This could be walls, floors, tiles in the shower room or even furniture and nothing else - if you choose too much blue it won't stand out too much. Check out some ideas below and enjoy!