I found this vintage bowl in Garden_22 Vintage shop and had to have it. It's creamy and warm; it feels like it's been held in many hands. Right now it's on my counter holding a tower of mail my husband never seems to sort through. I'm thinking about reclaiming it and putting it on the kitchen table. It would look great full of apples and pears, but I don't eat apples or pears, so that would be a waste. I might fill it with potatoes, which we eat a lot of and would still look lovely.
Here are some other pieces I'd love to add, but am hoping you buy first so that my kitchen doesn't start to resemble one of those rooms on Hoarders.
|Vintage Baking Set from ethanollie - I wouldn't even want to hide these in a cabinet|
|Petite Bundt Cake Pans from AlicesLookingGlass - perfect excuse for eating an entire cake yourself|
|Enamelware Canisters from TheFancyLamb - wide mouth for scooping flour and sugar|
|Primitive Wooden Stool from bellalulu - I'd love this in my kitchen if I wasn't sure my 4yr old would crack her head open falling from it|
|Early 1800s Homespun Flax Blanket from theprimitivehome - imagine turning this into a lovely tablecloth or runner|
|Metal Film Canisters from SlothArt - could be used for storing spices|
|Biscuit Cutter, Scoop and Sugar Sack from AnnaBelleVintage - the sugar sack would make gorgeous linens or a pillow and nice, big scoop for baking|
|Vintage White Batter Bowl from jenscloset - perfect for small batches of pancakes|
|Wire Egg Basket from findingfabulous - definitely wouldn't get hijacked into holding mail|
I'm headed to the Kane County Flea Market this weekend - can't wait to share my new finds!