296 cloche Home Design Photos

Jennifer Grey Interiors
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Jennifer Grey
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where do you find that cloche?
thanks so much, it's great. I've found fabulous cloches in France and unfortunately broke one trying to bring it home in my carry on....oh so sad!
It is an antique cloche, discovered in Las Vegas, NV.
Little books and bird nest under cloche.
Cloche design with mini books and bird's next
Love the look of a cloche but don't garden or bake? A cloche's lovely glass shape lends itself easily for purely decorative use. Bell jar cloches make any favorite object a display, and you can change
Try bringing in a bit of birdy influence by displaying a nest and eggs under a glass cloche.
Cloches make for great display cases, books included. Here, the designer included a bird’s nest. Adding an element other than books will make the effect more interesting.
“table” — Jose Vicente
Adrienne DeRosa
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Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
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A cloche from Arhaus contains abandoned birds' nests that Gayle has collected over the years from around the property. They are displayed alongside glass votives and an antique seed-starter tray, making for a warm and personalized centerpiece in the sun porch. Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
glass cloche and gals cake cover ....
Put it under glass. Bell jars, cloches and even a covered cake stand can protect woodsy finds with style.
Put it under glass. Bell jars, cloches and even a covered cake stand can protect woodsy finds with
Bell jars, cloches and even a covered cake stand can protect woodsy finds with style.
Mettez-les sous clocheSi vous n’avez pas de (faux) oiseaux dans votre panier déco, pensez aux (vrais) nids. Les oiseaux n’ont besoin de leur nids qu’à une période donnée pendant l’année, ensuite ils le quittent déf
“Nests in glass bell” — virginiaelt
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
My Houzz: International Meets Industrial in a Brooklyn Loft
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Bell jars in Brooklyn. Designer and artist Alina Preciado mixes favorite new, old, found and designed objects in a collection of cloches on her dining table. “Little touches can really make a place feel like home,” she says.
make a place feel like home," Preciado says. Seen here is her design philosophy of mixing new, old, found and designed objects under a collection of cloches.
Bell jars in Brooklyn. Designer and artist Alina Preciado mixes favorite new, old, found and designed objects in a collection of cloches on her dining table. “Little touches can really make a place feel like home,” she says.See the rest of this home
your collection isn’t linked by an obvious colour or theme, you can overcome this by the way you choose to display it. Here, the use of glass cloches is what ties the unrelated pieces together (with the added bonus of keeping them dust-free).
“Good idea for themed celebrations” — safelts1
Sarah Greenman
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Abilene, TX: Camille Dickson
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Cloches are a good look on any furniture surface but grouped makes them a collection
A small collection of glass cloches found at Goodwill and Hobby Lobby adorns a dresser in the main bedroom.
A small collection of glass cloches found at
A small collection of glass cloches found at Goodwill and Hobby Lobby adorns a dresser in the main bedroom. "The one with 'Gateaux' etched on the front was a recent purchase during a trip to NYC, from the Morgan Library and Museum," Camille says. "I lugged that thing all over the Garment District while
“french bedroom” — anniekilbey
Jennifer Grey Interiors
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Jennifer Grey
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the glass cloche, the bird nest
behind the glass of a bell jar, otherwise known as a cloche. An interesting arrangement in this bell jar showcases a delicate bird's nest sitting on small tower of books. The lone antler nearby adds a relaxed note to the study in nature.
A cloche is the perfect way to exhibit a collection of eccentric
few easy yet eye-catching ideas for displaying your nature collection:Place a bird's nest, hollowed out eggs or other delicate items under a glass cloche on the coffee table.Use antlers and seashells to hold down stacks of books or papers.Set jars of sand or seashells on a bookcase between stacks of
Cloches are spectacular, and they've had a huge resurgence these past four or so years. Traditionally used in gardens to protect seedlings in colder weather
“Trapezaki” — pirianagio
Traditional Living Room
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cloche or "birdcage" over objects...clever way to keep dust off of cherished collectibles
cloches and collection of cameras, cool
I love everything about it, but especially the vintage cameras and the wire cloches.
Vintage camera under cloche
Love the glass cloche's
Wire cloches...camera, cloche
“vintage objects display” — Karen Wilson
Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C
Timothy De Clue Design
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Love the cloche on vintage silver
Tablescape...use of cloche with silver
cloche on silver trey
Table scape with cloche
cloche and sterling tray
silver tray with glass cloche
Cloche on silver tray
Bell Jar/cloche over plant
Silver and cloche...love the cloche
“Domes” — Kim Reynolds
Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C
Timothy De Clue Design
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The white flowering plant is a cyclamen. The plant under the glass cloche looks like Baby's Tears. The small container has a maiden hair fern and the larger vase has a pteris cretica fern. I hope this helps!
Glass cloche over silver serving tray
I love mixing the silver with the cloche and greenery. Nice idea for a wedding or reception.
Silver trays with cloche. Plants in silver containers
Tarnished silver cups, glass cloches and green plants in old terracotta pots gives a feeling of tradition and grandeur
lieu of flowers as a centerpiece. In this setting petite ferns are arranged with silver candlesticks and table accessories, as well as a sleek glass cloche.
“Glass dome & silver” — aac5359
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