The Fort Trays by Donna Wilson are Influenced by Medieval Castles

By: Tana Makmanee - Published: Jan 29, 2013 • References: gretelhome & designcrushblog
These eye-catching Fort Trays by Donna Wilson are beautifully colorful and visually compelling. These color-popping plates are the perfect way to add some style to your kitchen decor.

Created using birch wood, these uniquely designed plates are inspired by the designs of ancient medieval castles. While it may be hard to spot the reference to castles at first glance, if you look closely you can see the outline of several miniature castle-inspired designs in a circular pattern. The use of bold colors and symmetrical patterns make for a visually mesmerizing and compelling piece of kitchenware.

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