Searching for an easy and affordable way to decorate an empty wall? Thanks to Emily A. Clark, we’re convinced a statement plate wall is everything we want and more. What makes plate walls such a great alternative to a piece of art or a mirror is that they are relatively inexpensive, can cover a large area and continue to grow as you collect more plates! Whether you choose to keep it simple and chic or mix and match to your wildest dreams, plate walls are the perfect way to serve up your sense of style.
Make the right statement with a few of Emily A. Clark‘s best pointers on hanging the plate wall of your dreams. Find out where to find inexpensive plates, how to make a big impact with your plate wall and five more helpful tips!
Statement Plate WallView Slideshow
Just last month, celebrity couple Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, confirmed they were expecting their first child together! Sources speculate that the baby is due in April, and the couple are choosing to keep the gender a surprise. While the paps closely monitor Jessica’s baby bump as she works on set of her new movie, all of us here at the SMP offices can only think about one question: how will they decorate the nursery?
Jessica Biel Inspired NurseriesView Slideshow
Will Justin and Jessica pick a traditional theme or go modern? If their romantic Italian nuptials were any indication, maybe a little glitz and glam is in order? Thankfully, we’ve got plenty of baby room inspiration to tide us over until the springtime due date!
Feeling under the weather? Give yourself a fighting chance against the cold, flu and other nasties with this potent concoction from Nomad Luxuries. Made with pineapple, ginger and garlic, this juice is chock full of vitamin C and ingredients with antimicrobial properties. Whether you feel a bug coming on or you’re in the full blown sniffles and sneezes stage, whip up this magic elixir!
Abigail SilvermanFlu-Fighting Elixir
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- 4 large carrots, scrubbed clean
- 1 apple of your choice, cored (I like to use Fuji)
- 1-2 cloves of garlic, potency level entirely up to you
- 1 navel orange
- 1/2 cored and peeled pineapple
- 1 inch of fresh ginger
- Use juicer to extract juice. I prefer to juice them in the following order: carrots, apple, orange, pineapple and then ginger and garlic together.
Recipe And Photography: Nomad Luxuries