461 teapot Home Design Photos

Normandy Remodeling
30 Reviews
A Welcoming, Rustic Kitchen
Ideabooks1,269
Questions2
Graves teapot as the "#1 styling prop for kitchens"!
Alessi teapot. This kettle with pop art sensibility, designed by architect Michael Graves, is the number-one object used in kitchen staging. Running a close second is an eclectic traditional one by MacKenzie-Childs.
An Alessi teapot. This kettle with pop art sensibility, designed by architect Michael Graves, is the number-one object used in kitchen staging. Running a close second is an eclectic traditional one by MacKenzie-Childs.
Alessi teapot. This kettle with pop art sensibility, designed by architect Michael Graves, is the number-one object used in kitchen staging. Running a close second is an eclectic traditional one by MacKenzie-Childs.
“backsplash” — 2050341kl
Sandy
Thrift Shop Teapot
Ideabooks214
Questions0
Thrift Shop teapot and antique silver spoons.
seeing this teapot holding antique spoons made me want to figure out a way display my favorite kitchen item: a glass pitcher from the 1960s. I'm going to use it as a vase for flowers.
seeing this teapot holding antique spoons made me want to figure out a way display my favorite kitchen item: a glass pitcher from the 1960s. I'm going to use it as a vase for flowers.
“The arrangement.” — sppandya
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Alice in Wonderland Playroom
Ideabooks11,097
Questions7
Love painting and large teapot placement.
teapot basket!...love the teapot...and huge teapot
“custom painting following childrens theme” — lisaherschelman
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Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks5,802
Questions7
beautiful teapot or tea kettle out where it will remind you to come back regularly for a cup of metabolism-boosting tea. Caffeine alone can stimulate the metabolism, but even decaffeinated herbal brands have properties ranging from soothing to invigorating.
in the teapot: It always looks so innocent.
“Bs” — nececlark
Shannon Malone
Lamp and Sofa Detail
Ideabooks1,630
Questions4
teacups and teapots, is the polar opposite, designwise, of the tree branch lamp. But it’s just as inviting to the eye. I want to go up to it and touch it and investigate each of its parts. Were they collected over time? Were they someone’s grandma’s? Or did this homeowner simply have a spectacular idea and
teacups and teapots, is the polar opposite, designwise, of the tree branch lamp. But it’s just as inviting to the eye. I want to go up to it and touch it and investigate each of its parts. Were they collected over time? Were they someone’s grandma’s? Or did this homeowner simply have a spectacular idea and
“Cool lamp” — johnnyb22
Adi Tatarko
kim kitchen 4
Ideabooks1,705
Questions5
tansu, teapot and rice bowl display, rug colors
lineup of teapots
“Tonsu look but not clean lines” — mototomiye
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Alice in Wonderland Playroom
Ideabooks1,947
Questions0
giant teapot are perfect for a tea party for big little people. Low ceilings add to the effect in this 8'x10' room, and painted quotes and beautiful murals inspire fun playtimes.
giant teapot are perfect for a tea party for big little people. Low ceilings add to the effect in this 8'x10' room, and painted quotes and beautiful murals inspire fun playtimes. Designed by Andy SchraderInterior design and staging by Anita SullivanMore playroom ideasPerfect for the PlayroomDecluttering:
“diamond pattern” — betterthaneverhome
Better Landscape and Gardens
5 Reviews
Dish Gardening Ideas
Ideabooks106
Questions0
of this teapot to let water drain out.) You really have to wonder about how many people think they can’t garden because they couldn’t keep a gift alive. Even tough plants like amaryllis (Hippeastrum) and Easter cactus (Hatiora gaertneri) will perish if you don’t know what to do with them. For easily
of this teapot to let water drain out.)You really have to wonder about how many people think they can’t garden because they couldn’t keep a gift alive. Even tough plants like amaryllis (Hippeastrum) and Easter cactus (Hatiora gaertneri) will perish if you don’t know what to do with them. For easily frustrated
“Great idea for my teapot collection” — ddmo
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