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Recycled Wall Plates

July 15, 2015

Howdy!

It’s been awhile since Wilson and I completed any real updating to our little apartment, but this past weekend we decided to be adults and do adult things. Like, do laundry. And change the air filter.

And — hang plates on wallsThe pinnacle of maturity. You know you are an adult when you think, instead of using this to for food, let’s hang this plate on a wall. 

Remember these white plates from my master bedroom wall in Charlotte? I bought them for $5 a piece at Sleepy Poet, my long lost Queen City BFF. They’ve been stuck under my bed for the past year because I couldn’t decide where to hang them.

bed at angle

bedside table

But I found a place. They now flank a map in our living room. And I have to say, they look like they belong.

living room

 I love symmetry and these plates satiate my OCD in the best way possible.

vertical

table

And because I liked the way I’d arranged my coffee table on this particular day, here’s a photo of that too.

So, what do you have in your house that you can recycle to use again? If you buy things you love, you’ll always find a place to put them. Even $5 white plates.

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3 Comments

  • Reply Maggie Wilson July 15, 2015 at 1:26 pm

    Ah, hanging things on walls. A foreign concept in the Wilson household…Austin….

    Plates look great!!

  • Reply Brooke July 16, 2015 at 12:49 am

    Mama (aunt val) has always said, “Brooke, use what you’ve got.” I love the plates! Yes, little one, afraid to say, but you’re old now. Plates on walls are a sign of true adulthood!

  • Reply Caitlin July 16, 2015 at 9:54 am

    Hi – LOVE your blog. Can you tell me where you got your nightstand and bedroom lamps?

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