Trend Alert : Ceramics & Stoneware

It’s been a bit since I’ve shared a Trend Alert post and there has been one specific material on my mind lately- I’ve been noticing it everywhere. I’m far from tired of ceramic & stoneware pieces, and am predicting we’ll see more of this classic material in the design sphere for years to come. What’s not to like about modern, handmade, organic looking, artisanal pieces? It’s a very versatile material that styles nicely into so many different settings. Click through for an awesome roundup and inspiration for implementing more ceramic and stoneware into your home!

The most obvious place to insert ceramics is in your kitchen. Bonus points if you have floating shelves to display your treasures! They also look great styled behind glass cabinetry, placed neatly on the countertop, or grouped in a cluster on the dining table or breakfast nook.

Click directly on the ceramic object you’re interested in below to shop!

If you’re not interested in adding personality to your kitchen, these pieces can live pretty much anywhere else in your home. The entryway… I have #13 from the roundup on my credenza, and it’s typically filled with greenery or flowers (shown below).

These objects also make great accessories for styling in general… shelf styling, coffee table arrangements, nightstand styling, balancing a console table, etc. Basically, they fit anywhere and everywhere while adding a pop of personality!

Are you guys also feeling the stoneware and ceramic trend? Have you been noticing it too? If not, I’m sure you’ll start to pick up on it now. It’s safe to say I’m a big fan, and always have been!

image sources : marissa cramer interiors // anne sage // amber lewis // room for tuesday // studio mcgee

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  1. There you go again, showcasing items I didn’t know I liked/needed. As a kid in the *cough* 70s, pottery and ceramics were big! I remember taking classes…throwing pots takes skill. As an inveterate vintage hunter, I covet Bitossi pieces and Frankoma (for a different look). The wares you featured definitely feel more modern…maybe timeless. The black vessels and that crazy Anthro lamp are really calling to me. (Who am I kidding? I never met a bowl I didn’t like!) Good stuff!

    1. Haha!! I’m on the same page… basically I’ll take all of the stoneware, bowls, pitchers, and ceramics. I also took a throwing class back in art school and had so much fun. It definitely gave me a new appreciation for three dimensional art! xo