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This is a really affordable way to add little color pops all over your deck or patio. These bowl shaped candles are bright and fun. They'll make cool glowing globes at night but look great during the day.
Keep all of your fruit where you can see it, without resorting to grandmother's wicker basket for your dining room table.
One can never have too many white serving bowls, and this one is exceptionally gorgeous, making it great for any home cook or food lover.
I have this bowl and absolutely love it. I'm afraid it ends up accumulating stray Legos and Hot Wheels cars, but when it's empty it makes the most beautiful display piece.
This gorgeous pewter-plated bowl is inspired by the shape of coral and makes a stunning centerpiece – no flowers required.
This little bowl is a perfect catchall for all of the little things that you love. I'd love to store my valuables in this sweetly shaped dish.
I love these curvy aluminum bowls. Group them together or scatter them amongst a wall of open shelves.
Gold dots. Could anything be more precious? Absolutely not. This beautiful bowl could double as a catchall on my nightstand. I must have you!
Bowl, Gold Dot
Once in a blue moon you find the perfect grouping of bowls. This is it, folks! I love these earthenware bowls in incredible shades of blue.
5-Piece Market Bowl Set
This Euro café–inspired sugar bowl is so sweet. It's a perfect stand-alone piece, but it still leaves room for you to pair it with your creamer of choice.
What a pretty and cheerful little bowl to brighten your mornings. I am imagining these mixed in with an all-white place setting. Wouldn't that be pretty?
Adding a water feature to your entrance is always a nice way to bring in some movement and life to your home. The sound of running water is soothing and creates a comforting atmosphere.
These colorful mini prep bowls also have measurement markers! Who cares if you're only cooking for yourself? Prepped ingredients will make you feel like Julia Child while you cook.
This beautiful cherry bowl stands out because of the hand-dipped paint detail at the bottom. It is food safe, and the wood has been left untreated.
These pet bowls are too colorful to pass up. They're like a ray of sunshine. I also like that they're made of melamine for easy clean up and that they have non-slip feet. Every morning I hear my dogs licking their stainless steel bowls across the floor. Funny, but not good for cleanliness.
I always like to go classic when it comes to serving dishes; I'm not one to buy a dish in a trendy pattern or color. And that's why I love this indigo bowl. It doesn't time stamp you at 2013. It feels timeless and would add a pretty pop of blue to the table.
This otherworldly spiny bowl was inspired by the movement of a sea urchin. Its unique shape contains a surprise in the center – a beautifully glazed yellow interior.
Just a few pieces of vintage transferware would add some history to your table. I love this English Abbey pattern in red, and the scalloped edges are so sweet.
These polypropylene bowls from Ikea would work perfectly for setting out buttons, stickers and other embellishments.
Serve up some piping hot chili or chowder in these vintage red and white kitchen bowls. It's always nice to mix old and new to give your home that "lived in" feeling. A house should never feel like it came straight out of a catalog.
These wheel-thrown porcelain bowls are hand-painted, signed and dated by the artist herself. The graduated nautical stripes invite summer salads and side dishes!
While these darling suzani print bowls are food safe, I imagine one adding big style to my home office on my desk, full of pens.
I love the thought of bowling with family and friends on the lawn. What fun summer memories in the making.
Lawn Bowling Set
I really like this for its four sharp blades that finely chop herbs and garlic quickly and without any hassle. The handle is made of sturdy rubber, which hinders slipping. Furthermore, the bamboo bowl can also be used as a serving bowl.
This beautiful natural mango wood bowl is spiced up with a strip of aqua color. Use it to serve salads or store fruit on your tabletop — either way, it's a beautiful natural piece.
Every kitchen needs a fruit bowl, and this one is just perfect. It reminds me of a vintage butter bowl, and I think it would look fabulous on a rustic table filled with apples.
It's amazing how much changing a light fixture can spruce up a space. This neon cord would add great color, and the attached bulb is killer.
Make your greens even greener with this contemporary salad bowl and servers from those wacky British twins at Joseph Joseph.
Definitely the must-have accessory for your next Mad Men–themed party, this wonderful 1950s vintage frosted pink Blendo bowl from Brooklyn Street Vintage on Etsy would work well as a bowl for salad, punch or even chips.
This bamboo crystal bowl by Tiffany & Co. is a classic. It is a lovely addition to your own table and makes an ideal wedding gift.
This lovely collection of pastel bowls on a ceramic tray is perfect for serving dessert or for storing all your trinkets.
Ceramic Tray & Pastel Bowls
These vintage Belgian bowls would be lovely mixed with my collection of white ironstone for a festive holiday table.
I can never run out of decorative bowls and tray for storing detritus around my home. The bonus to this felt bowl is that you can reverse it to the underside's color if you get bored with the one on top.
Made from earthen materials (sisal, papyrus, bamboo leaf and sweet grass), this basket is ideal for holding fruit. I especially adore the patterns and colors: checkers and dark violet stripes.
For me, golden tones paired with natural elements are always synonymous with fall. These DwellStudio bowls can be used as serving dishes or chic home accessories.
This marble bowl would look great sitting on top of a stack of books on a coffee table or holding some candy on your kitchen counter. I adore the scalloped design and the detail it adds.
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