Monday, February 15, 2016

Pottery in the Kitchen for Winter

Good morning my friends! I sure hope it is warmer where you are than it is here in Pa.! As I type this it is UP to 16 degrees.  So, before all the snow disappears and Spring arrives I use a large part of my pottery collection in the kitchen. I collected pottery from mostly juried craft fairs for years and am so glad because I couldn't afford a lot of the pieces now!! So, I will show you around. This faux succulent arrangement is in a pretty, embossed pot.
 A simple pot I got MANY years ago and added the beads.

 The large pottery platter is a favorite. This is the vignette on the left side of the buffet bar.
 Pottery teapot on a pottery stand. I wish I had gotten more of these stands, back in the day:)
 Right side vignette

 Next to the stove is a lidded pot and a candle which is actually an orchid pot. I don't have any orchids at the moment:(

 My utensils are in this pottery utensil holder. Next to that is a large pitcher.

 Pretty details on the pitcher.
 I put some different faux grasses and a faux primrose in this pot/planter.
 I like to have a candle burning during the day, especially when it is freezing outside.

 This pot is pretty old too but I love the leaf design on it and decided to add some dried flowers and place it here.
 Everything is simple and uncluttered for winter.
 Top of the fridge: not pottery but more above the cabinets:
 and here.
 This large pot LOOKS like pottery but is actually paper mache! It is light as a feather.

Thanks so much for visiting me. Hope you had a wonderful Valentine's weekend!!! We switched things up this year. Had some friends over on Fri. night then went to brunch on Sun. instead of dinner out on Sat. We both really enjoyed it.
XO, Pinky
I will be sharing this here:
Dixie Delights - Share Your Style
Our Home Away From Home - Tuesday at Our Home
The Dedicated House - Make it Pretty Monday
Savvy Southern Style - WOW Us Wednesday
DIY By Design - Fall Into Fall


  1. You have such a beautiful collection of pottery Pinky...I have the same orchid pot but in blue and I have a faux topiary ball in it ... it resists the cold weather ! :) Stay warm and safe!

  2. Great pieces! They all are pretty! Stay warm! :) ~Rhonda

  3. Hi Pinky, love all your little details that make every corner look special. Gorgeous pottery too.

  4. Hi Pinky, love all your little details that make every corner look special. Gorgeous pottery too.

  5. Hello Pinky! What a lovely pottery collection you have! The pieces look so beautiful in your kitchen. Thank you for visiting me and for your sweet comments! I'm so glad to have found your blog... have a wonderful day!!

  6. Pinky,
    You have an amazing pottery collection, dear friend!
    I am always looking for grey and blue pottery for my son and daughter~in~law.
    I was in awe when they told me they loved the yellow ware collection we've been added to through the years!
    Your Kitchen looks wonderful dressed in pottery for Winter!


Thanks you for leaving your lovely comments. xo, Pinky

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