I’m a sucker for rustic collections. So I loved Paula Mills’ vintage silver teapot collection, along with the blue and white porcelain, that was part of her house tour on Design*Sponge last week. Whether you want to host regular tea parties or simply have a collection for occasional entertaining, let’s break down the elements.
Since the weather is warming up, most of us are looking forward to spending as much time outdoors as possible. I love this bright and airy porch set-up with plenty of vintage finds to create a unique decor.
Everyone loves something sweet on Mothers’ Day for brunch or with dinner, and to make the day extra special, serve dessert on one of these adorable plates.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to learn how to throw pottery on the wheel. There is something that feels so organic and natural about creating something by hand that you can use to serve food.
So, I signed up for a class a couple months ago and have been making clumsy attempts at structurally sound pottery for weeks!
This spring, I want to start an herb garden! I’ve been scoping out the offerings at the local farmers’ market, and I’m just trying to decide where to keep my plants. Ada loves greens and would chomp them down if within reach, so I’m looking into window boxes or a shelf indoors. I also would like some adorable labels to go with them:
1) These chalkboard painted silver spoons would be perfect for your indoor herb garden.
2) Whimsical pottery markers with adorable veggies.