Thursday, July 24, 2014
Many of us find that the easiest way to organize our frequently-used kitchen utensils is in some sort of utensil pot — so let’s give thanks to the artisans who give us so many lovely storage options. And let’s start with vitrifiedstudio, which made this stoneware utensil holder.
Photo used with permission from Back Bay Pottery
This delightful aqua-colored stoneware piece comes from Back Bay Pottery; it’s designed to hold 15 or more utensils.
This utensil jar comes from Tom Butcher Ceramics in Scotland as part of his Loch Long Stoneware range.
Henry Watson’s Potteries has a terra-cotta utensil jar.
Made from wheel-thrown stoneware clay, this utensil holder comes from Willow Tree Pottery.
Too many neutral colors for your taste? Take a look at the utensil holders from Prarie Fire Pottery.
And after all these pottery pieces, let’s end with something different: this utensil holder from Okanagan Stoneworks, which looks especially stunning with the red and white utensils.