A blog from Visual Jill, East Bay Interior Design

A blog from Visual Jill, East Bay Interior Design

Thursday, January 26, 2012

One Love: White Pottery

Nothing looks more fresh than bright white pottery. We especially like to mix matte and glossy whites with glass and silver. No matter what your budget is, you can find the right white piece for you.

For example, all of the vessels shown in the grouping below are available at West Elm, and prices start as low as $10 for the small bud vases.
If you're ready to make more of an investment, Jonathan Adler is a great source for fun, funky shapes and textures. We have the Pinch bowl and the Belly Vase on our coffee table.
And for a different look, on our console we've grouped the Platinum Abacus vase from Jonathan Adler, a tall textural white vase from Room Service, and a CB2 black-and-white vase (no longer available). They are a good complement to our Geneva sound system.
There are many other options for incorporating white into your styling -- look for white arts-and-crafts pottery (like the McCoy piece below) or vintage white enamel pitchers at flea markets. These look great next to more modern pieces.
Ikea offers three sizes of white enamel pitchers for bargain prices.  Just fill with some bright orange gerber daisies and you're all set.

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