My favourite plate - a gift from my Vancouver friend Jenny (plate from Portobello market.)
I've posted about my kitchen before, but for those of you who are interested, the paint is Portland Stone by Little Greene Paint company - it is much more green than it looks here. The tiles were from Surface and also look more green in a better light - the brushed steel mosaic tiles are from here and were one of few bargains (I'm generally always attracted to the most expensive options in life.)
The sheepskin rug is a little out of place in a kitchen, but I have underfloor heating and it's a cosy spot to plonk babies (and some adults) when they come to visit.
Want to know how to hang a plate wall? I used the same plate stickers and method as Caroline describes here (I also saw them on Kirsty's Homemade Home). I only left mine to dry for about fifteen minutes as I'm very impatient, and it worked fine. They are available at John Lewis and at All Plate Hangers in the US and are much easier and less damaging than wire hangers.
Projects not yet completed: painting the inside of the fireplace, and turning a plate into a clock. Estimated date of completion? Probably 2012.