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Red and white striped bowls are perfect for all of your holiday baking. And the mini bowls are perfect for your holiday snacks.
Every time I look at this line of dishes from Ferm Living, I hear "Rah, rah, sis boom bah," and a confetti cannon goes off. It's like a little ticker tape parade just skipped onto your dining table for lunch.
Ferm Living Bowl
These blue and white bowls are the perfect casual china for serving cereal out on the deck or dishing out ice cream for an afternoon snack escape from the warm summer heat.
I'm a sucker for squishy silicone, and I think the kids would be too — squishing their potato salad as they eat it! More importantly for your picnic, these things squish flat for storage.
Add high gloss and style to your tablescape or shelfscape with these gorgeous eggshell bowls from Diane von Fürstenberg.
It's no secret that Marimekko excels at creating colorful patterns. This bold purple, red and fuchsia pattern was inspired by an old Russian folk tale.
If the idea of completely parting with color is daunting, try these bowls. They're white on the outside, for ease of matching to other whites, but they have a bold color on the inside. I love them.
The small size of these bowls is perfect for adding a great fall accent to your table. You can fill them with soup, salad or a bite of dessert.
In case you had your doubts, this little bowl is letting you know it's alright. EAT! The words are embossed in a cute little font right on the front.
One look in my closet will tell you I'm currently obsessed with stripes. Can't get enough of 'em. But now, thanks to this artisan bowl, the pattern might be working its way into my cabinets too.
Small Green Omaggio Bowl
Lila Bowl, Deep Sea Blue
Decorative bowls are a must for anyone who loves to entertain. Fill these handmade dishes with nuts or candy and delight in the way they reflect light around your room. At the end of the night, simply place them in your dishwasher for easy cleanup.
Here’s a serving bowl with just a subtle touch of gold on the inside, because your food could use a little sparkle too.
While this oversize Kate Spade soup bowl might be meant for the table, I think it would be perfect as a catchall for keys and coins in the entryway. It’s also great for the odds and ends on her side of the bathroom, think hair ties, bobby pins and her favorite nail polishes.
“Square” in shape only, these stylish bowls are gray on the outside and citrus green on the inside, offering a tangy burst of color for your table. They’re made of melamine, so they’re durable enough for everyday, but stylish enough to use for guests.
This is one of my very favorite dishware patterns of all times. the simple abstracted berry branches against the white porcelain is absolutely stunning. This beautiful bowl is one you'll want to leave out on your table or buffet to show off year round.
These delicate bone china bowls are tipped with real gold. I’d fill them with chestnuts or pinecones for an appealing rustic-meets-luxe look.
This dramatic dinnerware is black but has a bit of the terra cotta showing through, making it look like it has a history.
Friend of Houzz Marion, a.k.a. Miss Mustardseed, has picked this bowl because "I love the warmth of this serving piece as well as its inscription celebrating family. It's the perfect modern interpretation of grandmother's silver. "
I will forever be eating soup and cereal so that I can see this little bit of sunshine on the daily.
These itty-bitty, sweet, little green Zeno Bowls from Fishs Eddy would be perfect for a sweet dessert.
Zeno Bowl, Green
No farmhouse kitchen should be without vintage Pyrex. I am collecting the colors that fit best with my kitchen, and these are perfect.
I love that Fish's Eddy has incorporated the wonderful designs of Charley Harper into their new dinnerware line. These fun fish bowls mix in with lots of the other patterns.
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