I love the pop of pink in this tray.
This bright rolling pin would be great for rolling out pastry, and it would be a beautiful splash of color on the countertop. It would be a shame to keep it in the cupboard.
These brightly colored floral plates make me antsy for warmer weather.
I'm in love with this line of dishware. These salad plates adorned with birds are lovely, and there's also a set of dinner plates and a platter that go with it.
As someone who was raised by a Southern woman, I'm always drawn to magnolias. These pink ones are beautiful.
A bowl of soup warms you right up when it's chilly, and I imagine that eating out of one of these butterfly bowls will warm your disposition as well.
These dark, Asian-inspired cherry blossom plates would be great at a dinner party for a classy look.
Maybe I better put something healthy in this cookie jar. I'm pretty sure that I'd eat myself silly just being near it.
I'm so drawn to this zebra print bowl. If I filled it with fruit and put it on my countertop, I'm sure I would eat healthier snacks.
Tagines are all the rage right now. Cooking in this beautiful floral piece would take you right to Morocco.
How can you not smile when you look at these bright yellow pig bowls?
I love the colors in this vintage floral table runner.
These delicate napkin rings add a touch of floral charm without being too showy.
I love the tropical flowers embroidered on these placemats.
I absolutely love this Climbing Primrose teapot. I think I'd probably drink a lot more tea if I served it in this.
I'm a sucker for teal. And peacock. Clearly I need these napkins.
Hedgehog measuring cups? The cuteness is killing me.
If bold and bright prints aren't your thing, you might like the muted, earthy colors of this dishware.
These owl salt and pepper shakers have a folk-art look to them and would blend with just about any decor.
I'm a firm believer that you can't have too many cake stands, especially if they look like this.Next: Rooms Spring to Life With Bold Floral Patterns