To decorate the wall with beautiful exquisite dishes -a tradition that numbered a couple of centuries and has still not lost its relevance. But, perhaps, in many interiors classic decorative plates on the wall will look a bit boring and simple. Dutch artist Maxime Ansiau moved away from the traditional round shape and presented an interesting collection of decorative plates that combine famous Dutch porcelain and unique appearance. The elongated shape of the original dishes looks like this,as if a few plates were put together in one. On such non-standard shaped plates, long images are perfectly placed, for example, a series of traditional Dutch houses above the water or a tall skyscraper, like a throne in the clouds. Long decorative plates on the wall will help to decorate the interior of the kitchen or the living room! Such traditional decor does not look old or boring, on the contrary, it gives the impression of a stylish modern interior in a classic refined style. Each dish is made of porcelainancient technology, hand-painted in classical blue and white. In the collection there are plates as single and double, and consisting of four, six or more connected parts. The Amsterdam designer depicted a modern interpretation of the classic Dutch landscape, a faience demonstration of beautiful castles and windmills, water spaces and sky clouds, village houses and city skyscrapers. Maxime Ansiau cymbals can easily beonly the walls, but also the festive table. Why not? For example, on a long plate to serve a New Year's table stuffed pike, for dessert - ice cream cake or for a party - a set of sushi rolls! If the combination of Japanese cuisine and Dutch dishes confuses you, it is better to buy a set of dishes for sushi in the online store http://daroff.com.ua/originalnaja-posuda/nabory-dlja-sushi.