541 teapot Home Design Photos

Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Kitchen Addition
Ideabooks3,373
Questions3
Teapot display
displaying art or teapots-very simple
“Wall element showcasing ceramics” — lesliekbermeo
Peter McDonald Architect
5 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks2,846
Questions6
Range in island with range hood Teapot!
“Stove in island” — adevlinb
Johnson Berman
Hunting Lodge - Oxford, Maryland
Ideabooks10,937
Questions10
Shelf with teapots above stove
Like the teapot arrangement
“cabinet color” — tyhubbard15
Cozy Little House
garden room
Ideabooks593
Questions0
love the teapot and cup patterns
“Moule muffins / chandelles” — ideesenperspective
Normandy Remodeling
35 Reviews
A Welcoming, Rustic Kitchen
Ideabooks1,907
Questions2
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.
Love the Alessi teapot.
“It's similar to our counters” — Kara Stephens
Jenny Van Stone Interior Design
Kitchen
Ideabooks46
Questions0
Teapot display!
Teapot display...teapot shelves
“Tea pot collection display” — design9725
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Tim: Akron, Ohio
Ideabooks529
Questions0
the pantry area out of view, and allows light to carry through this area of the home. Franklin also uses the wall as a means to display his growing teapot collection. "It’s funny," he confesses, "but I think they can entice people to sit down, have a cup of tea and converse (Imagine that in this world
the storage space, it keeps the pantry area out of view and allows light to penetrate this area. Franklin also uses the wall to display his growing teapot collection. “It’s funny,” he muses, “but I think they can entice people to sit down, have a cup of tea and converse. Imagine that in this world of
“Option for one of the kitchen "window walls." Allows for some serious storage as well as bring in t” — Cheryl Rowton
Eclectic Kitchen
Ideabooks3,060
Questions3
the recipe for an adorable kitchen. Empty packets of sugar, flour, legumes and rice into decorative glass jars; put colourful jugs, mixing bowls and teapots on display; gather trinkets and framed pictures in your travels. Display all your favourites on some open shelving and the space is sure to feel fantastic
“Beautiful blue tile!” — iloveaparade
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