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Wonderfully detailed yet understated, this elegant ceramic owl is a great addition to a nighttime nursery. At night this owl emits a soft creamy glow, and in the daytime, adds a beautiful woodland detail to a room.
Ceramic White Owl Lamp
Even if you can't keep blooms alive, you can add some fun color by using one (or a pair) of these beside your door. They're even pretty enough to pull indoors for accent tables or extra seating.
A pink gourd lamp would work great sitting on a dresser or an accent table in a gray, yellow and pink nursery.
I love these zinc and ceramic drawer handles. They look absolutely perfect in a bathroom that has enamelware accents and vintage-style fixtures.
Adding a bit of exotic flair to a room, this charming elephant table is a great place to rest your drink.
This refreshing lamp has a pineapple-like texture, a gorgeous glossy blue glaze and will add loads of light and personality to any space.
Yellow is a happy color. I always love to add a bit of yellow; it's modern and it just brightens things up. I love the shape of these lamps and I love bringing unexpected things like lamps for interest outside on the patio. Bring these indoors and your bringing in some sunshine.
Charmingly simple, this bottle vase from Shade on Shape looks as good on its own as it would with a floral arrangement.
A ceramic pull channeling blue and white china would make a brilliant addition to any room in need of some life.
Color doesn't always need to come in large doses. Do you have a cabinet or dresser that could use a little pick-me-up? I love using these in unexpected places, like the bathroom. My guest bath has a couple of these to add a splash of color.
What a steal! Its gorgeous simplicity and clear crystals makes this charming. Not too big either so you can hang this above your kitchen island or above the sink for some lighting.
Ceramic pulls work very well in vintage or classic kitchen design. Comes in a variety of finishes and sizes.
These Busy Bee measuring cups from RedEnvelope are sure to be a favorite used time and again when cooking and baking. They're so fun.
A soft blue salt cellar could be repurposed to hold a few of those first spring blooms from the garden.
How about a touch of color? I have been loving all shades of blue, and this deep navy just proves my point.
The ceramic knob in ivory really has a vintage feel to it and is really evocative of a 'bistro' style, period kitchen.
This ceramic sugar bowl has a ton of handmade charm and comes complete with a bamboo spoon. The handwritten label makes it easy to locate in a bustling and lively kitchen. The lid has a simple, stripe design, and it also helps keep out moisture.
Oh, my mind is swimming with Trojan War and Mr. Ed taglines but I'll spare you. This horse is classic, contemporary, a bit regal and a bit cheeky – kind of like Fergie back in the day, when she and Di used to poke people in the bums with umbrellas.
These beautiful little ceramic plant markers help identify seven favorite herbs and are a perfect gift for mom! Pair them with a selection of your favorite seeds and a few mini ceramic pots.
The blue color shown below reminds me of a robin's egg. This planter is simple and sleek. While the height of mid century modern, it's shape and choice of metal or wood stands makes it versatile for any setting.
The saturated colors of this pot make it fun and the curved handles make it easy to move around. Easy on the eyes and practical — I like!
I'm crazy about wall-mounted light fixtures for the bedroom. Not only do they free up your nightstand, a two-arm version like this directs light well so one person can read and the other can get some shuteye.
Yes, I am in a 12 step program for addiction to cool pottery. I also have an unhealthy love of candles and lamps. This is an awesome combination of the two. The pottery glaze is beautiful and it would be the perfect focal point on your deck.
Ceramic Firepot Fountain
A simple rendering in gold ceramic, this elephant will enliven any vignette with its chic and elegant style.
This hook has an antique look to it and beautiful detail on the knobs. So, whether or not it's in use you'll be glad to see it.
This is an awesome orange duo — this time in a very unique shape with a gorgeous colored glaze decoration. I would love to use these to flank a sideboard in a hip and colorful dining room.
They may be slow in real life, but this darling set of turtle measuring cups won't slow you down in the kitchen. Each shell is a different size cup, and they all conveniently stack on Mr. Turtle when not in use.
This stacked mosaic tile also comes in an offset pattern. In this stacked pattern it's great for a modern kitchen, in an offset pattern it looks completely different and would work well in traditional or arts and crafts style space due to the interesting glaze.
With summer right around the corner, these vases have a light and airy nautical touch. And because they're terra-cotta, they won't tip over in the breeze.
Sloane Ceramic Vases
Elephants are my favorite animal, and this ceramic box from C. Wonder would be a darling addition to my desktop.
Add some old world style to your hearth with this beautiful handcrafted copper log bucket.Handcrafted by master metalworkers22.5 x 24.5 x 12" h.
This small, ceramic colander will bring a nautical quality to any kitchen. I love that it's ceramic, weightier than a plastic strainer. The collection has other matching items too.
I am a strong believer that every room needs something old, and when I spied these vintage Japanese ceramic vases, it was love at first sight. The wabi-sabi, organic shapes are so beautiful. They're perfect for tucking into a bookcase or setting out on a table.
This ceramic tabletop bird feeder is just so beautiful. I would even use it as a decorative accessory in my home on my mantel or a console table!
This is a gorgeous ceramic nativity scene that is perfect for a white Christmas. I love the detail on each of the figures. It's a whole set that doesn't need any backgrounds or barns.