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I’ve shared my love of pottery planters time and again on this blog. I’ve been lucky to find many while thrifting or antiquing and love to use them for decorating or for function.
After Christmas I used some of my white and yellow pieces for kitchen decorating. I like that I can enjoy them on a day to day basis when they are on display. The shelves on either side of my kitchen cabinets are the perfect size for displaying these pots.
The top two yellow pieces were my Grandmother’s and the bottom two are antique shop finds. Granny was active in garden club and did arrangements for her church so I’m sure that both of these pieces held spectacular arrangements at one point or another.
I talked Mama out of the top white piece when she moved and the others are from antique or thrift stores. Mama used this for church, so I guess I should offer to give it back now that she’s all settled into her new home.
I used to save my good Caspari napkins for guests, but now I use them for myself. I love seeing this pretty display beside my coffee pot. Real sugar, a sterling silver sugar spoon, coffee, and a Caspari napkin start my day off right.
I’m just about at the point where I need to stop collecting these pots. Even with the large number that I am currently using, there is an equal amount in the basement waiting their turn.