8 Crockery interior decorating ideas


Mint Colored Kitchen

That minty pastel blue/green is so in right now in fashion and also for the home!

Vintage inspired SMEG fridge!

smeg fridge mint

KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Stand Mixers.

KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Stand Mixers in mint

Loving this vintage styled coffee maker in mint from Pantone Universe!

pantone mint coffee maker

What about a mint colored stool something like this?

kitchen in mint colors

Pot Racks

Pot racks are a stylish way to keep pots, pans, strainers, and other large kitchen utensils within reach but out of the way.

industrial kitchen with pot rack

via www.countryliving.com

pot rack yellow country kitchen

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steel pot rack

via Elle Decor

kitchen pot rack

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Wall mounted pot rack

Wall mounted pot rack.

mustard yellow kitchen with pot rack

Mustard yellow and white kitchen with a pot rack.

Jadeite Collection

Jade and white country kitchen

Beautiful retro Jadeite Collections. Inespensive Jadeite containers were created by glassware companies during the depression for storage of flour, salt, and other ingredients.

I am in love with the milky green color.

Jadeite kitchen

via Martha Stewart

Chinoiserie Dining Room

Gorgeous blue and white chinoiserie filled dining room in the garage of Sally Swing’s Berkley Cottage featured in House Beautiful. I love this type of ambience, this type of kookiness mixed with vintage finds and loads of personality.

Blue and white chinoiserie, gifts from friends mixed with flea-market finds, defines the look Sally Swing envisioned. Like everything else, the dining tables and chairs — from her mother — got a wash of white enamel. Only the buffet was left unpainted to add visual weight to the room.

white-blue-dining-room

The one-car garage turned dining room opens onto a fenced courtyard. A stone path leads to the main house.

“Medium old” antique plates printed with a Blue Willow pattern are all part of the mix of dinnerware Sally displays with her linens in a glass-doored cabinet, which was made for a beloved uncle in China. He also purchased the 1940s blue stemware — at Woolworth’s in downtown San Francisco.

china-cabinet

A dragonfly-patterned teacup is combined with vintage Ralph Lauren salad plates, a Danish stoneware dinner plate, and flea-market Chinese flatware.

China, the cat, sits on a painted chair covered in Ming fabric from Manuel Canovas. Mirrors bring in the light.

white-nook-chinoiserie

Paperware’s Finest

Ceramic artist Rebecca Wilson created the project PaperWare Finest where paper cups are turned into objects of art. Mixing techniques of paper mache and ceramics to create a line so full of delicacy that you could never throw out these stunning paper cups!
paper porcelain cups
blue paper cups