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Arts & Crafts Wallplates

A movement founded on pride in craftsmanship and skill. A move away from mass production, it utilizes simplicity, nature, light, and detail to create objects and architecture that withstand time.

An interior photo of a professionally designed Arts and Crafts decor style living room and dining room, with stained wood architecture, wood rocking chairs, and a decorative rug on a hard wood floor

Arts & Crafts Decor Wallplates

Design and finish combinations created specifically for the Arts & Crafts decor style.

The Edwardian Brushed Bronze metal decorative wallplate by Amerelle

Edwardian - Brushed Bronze

$3.99
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The Metro Line Brushed Bronze metal decorative wallplate by Amerelle

Metro Line - Brushed Bronze

$9.99
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The Wittick Black Iron metal decorative wallplate by Amerelle

Wittick - Black Iron

$9.99
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