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Clouds, chalk, pale hydrangeas on a rainy day. A cool, airy, grayish white.
Lake pebbles, wet concrete, slate. A medium, clean, classic blue-gray.
Mushrooms, coffee with cream, cowboy hats. A warm, round, pale brown.
Desert rocks, glowing bonfire, dusty sunsets. A soft, rusty, lambent orange.
Periwinkles, powder blue butterflies, clear summer mornings. A dreamy, milky, atmospheric blue.
Grass, matcha, baby beech leaves. A fresh, grounding, vegetal green.
Keep it classic. These three year-round neutrals work in almost every interior.
Morel makes a perfect backdrop for more saturated pops of color.
A little earth, a little sky, this colorful combination is fun but grounded.
All the green grass, blue sky, puffy cloud, summertime vibes right here.
We make our plate with a slight upward lip for spill-proof serving and easy stacking.
a piece of tres leches cake,
a few cookies,
a thick slice of buttered sourdough
a turkey sandwich,
a bánh mì,
a slice of lasagna,
tacos al pastor
kebabs with rice,
coq au vin over potatoes,
a burger and fries,
a whole 9" round cake
The bowls in this series are wide slung, have a trimmed foot, and nestle nicely within each other.
(to the brim)
granola with yogurt,
spaghetti alla puttanesca,
daal and rice,
a garden salad,
hummus for a party
Weeknight Serving Bowl
a whole roasted and sliced chicken,
a bag of lemons,
The bowls in this series of have steeper sides, rounded bottoms, and flat feet.
Ice Cream Bowl
two scoops of mint chip,
a carton of figs,
a kitchen sponge
butternut squash soup,
lucky charms with milk,
fully loaded ramen,
a big green salad for one
birthday cake batter,
one dozen apples,
party-size orzo salad
The smallest of the bunch, but the one we keep finding new uses for. Run a line of them holding votive candles across your mantle, set the table with personal-sized sauce bowls, keep sea salt close at hand (don’t mess with salt spoons - salt is antiseptic; pinch away!); plop a drippy tea bag in it. Let us know what you use yours for!
Parents beware: the Bitty Bowl is frequently chosen by stuffed animals and imaginary friends for use at tea parties and picnics; if yours go missing, look in your toddler’s play kitchen (or wherever else they like to stash your keys and other essentials)