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GOACA home basics: Serving bowls

Kiri porcelain bowl—GOACA home basics: Serving bowls

I like the idea of doing some entertaining, but I lack some of the necessary tools, like for instance the kind of serveware you could display to anybody outside of family and your closest friends. So I’ve been doing some looking, and came up with the following specimens. First up: I don’t know how great actual food would look in it, but I love the trippy star print here.

Orla Kiely bowl—GOACA home basics: Serving bowls

The pop of yellow on this salad bowl is really quite delightful.

Food 52 cherrywood bowl—GOACA home basics: Serving bowls

And I think this dipped cherrywood bowl is rather elegant.

Bunzlau castle bowl—GOACA home basics: Serving bowls

The hearts here are on the twee side, but I can’t help but really love this.

Hawkins New York copper bowl—GOACA home basics: Serving bowls

I’ve been wanting one of these copper and enamel bowls for a while now, and might just have to finally give in go for it.

Yelloware mixing bowl—GOACA home basics:Serving bowls

Technically, this is a mixing bowl, but I love how old-school it is and would totally serve from it.

Staub bowl—GOACA Home basics: Serving bowls

Just a cheery, sturdy, happy option.

Food 52 porcelain salad bowl—GOACA home basics: serving bowls

The lines of this salad bowl are nicely graceful.

Posted on March 17th, 2017 5 Comments

5 Responses

  1. y.k. says:

    o i like a salad bowl that matches my bag -orla kiely!
    i like all the choices but the copper enamel bowls are just incredible.

  2. suz says:

    This is lovely, especially since I just broke a favourite vintage bowl – the red one would be perfect.

    The star pattern – whoa- is it dots inside? I kind of want a room patterned in that….

  3. Adrien says:

    Ooh, that red Staub bowl is so appealing!

  4. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    I’m crazy about yellowware, but I’m going to hold-off since my mom is a collector and promises me that it will all be mine someday. (Now that I read this, it really sounds horrible of me, doesn’t it?!?)