For the Love of Stoneware
Stoneware with Modern Farmhouse
I had forgotten how much I love stoneware, until a friend gave me some of hers for my Heart for Dixie booth. Her mom used to collect it and therefore had a few pieces to pass along.
This stoneware cloche is just one piece in a great collection. It is kiln-fired and a stoneware piece tends to be a creamy or off-white color.”
These vintage pieces offer a good middle-of-the-road balance between durability and price. There are several pieces at Heart for Dixie in Southern Antiques & Accents.
Farmhouse decor including this antique sifter and mandoline slicer pair beautifully with pink. The Desert Rose Pattern by Fransican is a perfect pattern to use with antique stoneware.
Desert Rose by Fransican Mixes Beautifully with Antique Pieces
Combining china, stoneware and vintage wooden pieces adds rustic charm. The whole look is bright and airy without feeling cold.
A modern ceramic strawberry basket also looks beautifully set with a table of pink roses, depression glass and stoneware.
An antique sifter could be used alone or filled with fruit and vegetables as a magical addition to farmhouse decor.
Desert Rose Votive Candle or Egg Holder
Pinks, Grays and Browns
Pink florals, antique sifter and clay pieces look perfectly modern together.
Dough bowl, jug with handle, napkin and pink flowers bring new life to an American classic. Desert Rose became one of the most popular casual patterns in all of dinnerware. Desert Rose and pottery are both warm and cool in your vignette.
Add an antique sifter and mandoline slicer to your tablescape for an added touch of antique farmhouse. Add pink depression glassware for a more vintage look.
Pink florals with a grayish-stone colored pottery go perfectly together.
There’ll be no skipping stones with these warm tones and cozy neutrals. Add taupe, brown, and beige to upholstered pieces and pillows. Style a vignette and extend these cozy hues throughout your home to blend with farmhouse architecture beautifully.
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