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1 Product Styled 3 Ways: Pink Palm Leaf Plate

By Hollie Brooks @MiaFleur_home

Pretty pink plates to gladden your heart and beautify your home. We love these palm leaf plates and like to use them in lots of ways around the home and they are a great way to bring a bit of girly pink to your décor. Which if you didn’t know already, is THE colour of the season, daarling. And, as we know you all like to get your money’s worth out of accessories, we have styled them in 3 different ways to show off their versatility.

Now, no prizes for ingenuity here, but we couldn’t well talk about 3 uses for a plate and not mention it being a somewhat delectable object from which to eat food!

Now, no prizes for ingenuity here, but of course their obvious use is as a plate. We couldn’t well talk about 3 uses for a plate and not mention it being a somewhat delectable object from which to eat food! As a side note – have you tried the Florentines from Thomas J Fudge? They are so moreish and a firm favourite at MiaFleur HQ!

Displaying plates on the wall used to feel quite dated, but it still holds up as a great way to decorate a wall and these pink palm leaf plates, with their on trend tropical design, ensures there won’t be anything dated about these beauties adorning your wall.

Displaying plates on the wall used to feel quite dated, but it still holds up as a great way to decorate a wall and with their on trend tropical design, there won’t be anything dated about these beauties adorning your wall.

One of our top tips for styling is to use objects such as a tray, or a plate, like this pretty palm leaf plate, to place the objects on. This helps to unify individual objects and create a much more cohesive look.

What better way to make a pretty vignette than with a pink palm plate to show off a delectably feminine array of objects – be they flowers, gold insects, or even pieces of jewellery. One of our top tips for styling is to use objects such as a tray, or a plate to place the objects on. This helps to unify individual objects and create a much more cohesive look.

Which is your favourite? We’d love to know if you have any other clever ideas for using plates around the home!

Jacqui x

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Photography: Amelia Brooks/ Styling: Jacqui & Amelia Brooks


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