18,899 Sigma80 plate Home Design Photos

Lisa Melvin Design
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Guest Restroom
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3D Rimfree wallhung pan, Geberit sensor flush frame with Sigma80 plate and Twyford 3D vanity unit & side unit. The bathroom has an elegant futuristic feel and the Geberit Sigma80 flush plate certainly adds to this. In standby mode the Sigma 80 is an invisible button, activated as soon as movement is
“rocks” — Lupita
Lisa Melvin Design
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3D Rimfree wallhung pan, Geberit sensor flush frame with Sigma80 plate and Twyford 3D vanity unit & side unit. The bathroom has an elegant futuristic feel and the Geberit Sigma80 flush plate certainly adds to this. In standby mode the Sigma 80 is an invisible button, activated as soon as movement is
“glitter grout!!” — Carrie Alfred
Lisa Melvin Design
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Luxury Boutique Bathroom
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Sigma 80 Flush plate
Lisa Melvin Design
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Guest Restroom
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Sigma80 plate
“Our Home” — Nicole Chavis
Lisa Melvin Design
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Sigma80 plate
“Gadget” — Sarah
Joi
Dining Room
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yes, interested in how you hung the plates. I have some decorative plates I want to "attach" to the wall -- don't want to see the hanger.
How did you hang these plates?
like the idea of a plate collection
Gray walls, mixed chairs, plates in wall, overhead light.
nice gallery wall using plates only
A gallery wall of plates is a great way to fill the space and add color. See how to hang a plate collection
Joi collected the plates over time from high street stores, antique shops and charity shops. When it came time to hang them, she took a picture on the floor of the plates in a rough layout
Joi collected the plates over time from big box stores, antique shops and thrift stores. When it came time to hang them, she took a picture on the floor of the plates in a rough layout, used "invisible" hangers that adhere to the back of the plates and referred back to the photo as she hung them up.
“Colorful plates” — csteger1
Patty Kennedy Interiors, LLC
Seacoast rustic modern kitchen
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What did you use to hang the plates?
I always feel like my traditional hangers scratch the rims of the plate and they never hang as flat as yours do in the pic. Any suggestions on how to hand them? Love your mix of plates.
Thanks TriciaJo, I used just standard plate hangers in various sizes that I purchased at Bed Bath & Beyond and used OOK picture hooks to hang. I've never had a problem with scratching the rims. Perhaps you could put a dab of clear nail polish on the ends of the plate hangers so the metal doesn't come in
in direct contact with your plates? Not sure if it would work but it might be your solution. Good luck! Regards, Patty
Plates - all different shapes, colours, patterns
The quantity of plates on one wall, right up my street.
“Plates on wall” — kazibear
Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design
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Skyhouse
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I have a lot of plates and platters that were my mom's and grandmother's. I've often thought about displaying them on my wall so that they can be decorative and accessible as serving pieces. How did you hang these plates? Just regular plate holders? Glue? Thanks!
Could someone please share the information about how the plates were attached to the wall. I have a large majolica collection I would like to hang and do not want to use the spring type hangers. Thanks!
The plates cut out to a square
Cool idea plates on the wall
away these gorgeous plates would be a crime.
Show off pretty chinaThese green and white plates of every size and shape are hung together to look like one giant artwork. The key here is the clean, straight edges of the display. To create something similar, buy a few inexpensive plates in your chosen colours
“Cuadro” — Alva Santiago
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