8 bone china teacups and saucers Home Design Photos

Cynthia Lynn Photography
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The Everygirl
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jewelry - line up teacups on a narrow shelf
What a great way to showcase my Meakin china and keep oddments at hand.
vintage teacups used to hold jewelry
them.Here, an array of mismatched cups and saucers serves as a handy jewelry trove.Tip: Second-hand stores are chockfull of individual tea cups and saucers. Buy your favorites one or two at a time to build up a stock.
Another novel idea is turning old teacups into chic candles. This is especially nifty
On her dresser Kaczmarski uses vintage teacups to display and organize her jewelry. An antique brass mirror rests on top, with a snapshot of her and her pups tucked in the frame.
On her dressing table Kaczmarski uses vintage teacups to display and organize her jewelry. An antique brass mirror rests on top, with a snapshot of her and her dogs tucked into the frame.
“Vintage cups” — jmreddi
Shannon Malone
Lamp and Sofa Detail
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what kind of glue is used for the teacup lamp? what kind of bit? THX
.."a stack of old teacups and other china pieces", glued together
OMG. A lamp made out of teacups? How very crafty yet
lamp: What is it? A stack of old teacups and other china pieces. What is it doing in its new life? Serving as a unique and stylish floor lamp in a Victorian house in Santa Cruz. Requirements: A wiring kit, superglue, um ... if you need to put holes in the china to run a wire down the middle, then
This floor lamp, constructed from painted teacups and teapots, is the polar opposite, designwise, of the tree branch lamp
repurpose ordinary objects into lovely decor. She assembled this lamp stand from found objects such as old teacups; she calls it "the tower of junk."
“diy lamp” — drrrathi3
FOCAL POINT STYLING
5 Reviews
nyclq-focalpoint.blogspot.com
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bedroom makeover - Re-purposed owners heirloom favorite teacups - previously in a DR buffet, an only used on special occasions - now she sees everyday. Console: thrifted and refinished. Drawer liners and crystal knob from Homegoods.
Using vintage china for jewelry- good idea
use my china pieces for jewelry drawer
antique cups and saucers for jewelry holders
Great use of drawer space and china as storage for jewelries.
Old teacups for storage in drawers.
using antique china for jewelry storage or storing small items
1. Raid your kitchen for jewelry storage. Tiny teacups, saucers and bowls make pretty containers for jewelry, either tucked into a drawer or set on top of a dresser. Cake stands and small trays are ideal for corralling beauty products or scents.
“Tea cups to sort jewelry o old dishes” — jandrejco
Castro Design Studio
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Northway
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buffet & wall holder for teacups
Cups and saucers for kitchen use
Orientation of china
“dresser” — pkmooney
Amy Renea
Pretzel Factory
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artist kept pieces large like teacup. This is back of a BBQ
Mosaics can be made from a number of materials, called tessera. Common materials include ceramic tile, glass tile, natural stone tile, stones themselves, semiprecious stones, beads, mirror, shells and china.
This artist kept the pottery pieces large to hint at their original form, such as a teacup or plate rim.
bring whimsy to what could easily have been a commonplace material. This artist kept the pottery pieces large to hint at their original form, such as a teacup or plate rim.
bring whimsy to what could easily have been a commonplace material. This artist kept the pottery pieces large to hint at their original form, such as a teacup or plate rim.
“Very unique application to create a mosaic wall.” — Modaainc.com
Caitlin Wilson
Philadelphia Penthouse
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Would love to get some teacups like that!
teapot and saucers...fav china n books!
“white shelving with colorful dish ware and books” — tinyhamz
Sandy
Corners of My Home
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Pretty pansies, lovely china, pretty glass basket, book.
cup and saucer...antique china...Limoges china
“Photo for a card GREAT IDEA” — adversity1
Cedar Hill Interiors
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Breakfast Room
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Is the piece housing additional dishes on right an antique? China Cabinet?
This is the example of the built-in between windows in dining room for displaying china. Maybe shelves not all the same depth or height-- e.g. higher couple are wider and not all tall to accommodate teacup/saucer, cream/sugar bowl, etc.?
“Love the plate racks” — ryrea
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