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Things I Love Thursday: Patterned Bowls

I am going to blog about Phase 2: Demolition of our DIY Kitchen Remodel (Part 1 found here!) soon and eventually get to all parts of the design.  However, I will spill one secret - we installed open shelving.  I LOVE open shelving in the kitchen.  It forces us to be clean and organized & it just looks cool.

When decided what dishes to register for, I searched high and low for a set that had and exterior pattern with a white top.  I like eating off of plain white dishes, but thought the color and pattern on the outside would add a nice touch to our open plan.

If I had discovered these bowls back then, I think I would have gotten over the eating-off-of-white thing.  These are so sweet!

One of my crafty friends needs to develop a line of dishes with cute clothes and a smooth white surface.  I'll be first in line to buy!  However, Anthropologie has a plethora of patterned dishware that I highly recommend checking out!


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Anthro always has the cutest housewares and kitchenwares. We got our couch there for 50% off because a leg had come off when it was being shipped!

October 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAnni

Those bowls are just too cute!!

October 25, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterserena @bigapplenosh

I love patterned dishware. They make our white dishes way less boring.

October 25, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterCatherine

i LOVE those bowls!! and they would look great in your kitchen... do you have them??

October 26, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAmy

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