Farmhouse Friday #16 – Ironstone, Crocks & Pottery

It’s my favorite day of the week – Farmhouse Friday!

farmhouse decor

This week is filled with lots of eye candy with ironstone, crocks and pottery, and ways to use and display them in your farmhouse decor.

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Here are a few of my favorite ways to display my ironstone pieces, crocks and pottery…

In my Antique Style Cupboard

antique crocks

…and in my Repurposed Window Display Shelf,

ironstone pitchers

…and my small collection of crocks and bowls on my Antique Sewing Table.

vintage crocks and bowls

Now let’s look at more beautiful collections of ironstone pitchers, crocks and pottery from others!

Get your  questions about ironstone answered from Miss Mustard Seed.

ironstone pitchers

Learn about the history of crocks and a tip about cleaning stains off them at My Soulful Home.

crock with lid

Use old crocks is to store kitchen utensils via House Beautiful.

kitchen utensil organization

I’m in love with this hutch filled with  pitchers and pottery via Farmhouse 5540.  The Fine “Boots and Shoes” sign in the hutch was made by ME! 🙂  Read more about it here.

vintage mixing bowls

Not only is this ironstone platter beautiful, but I love the crossed spoons stand to display it on!  via Frog Goes to Market.

antique platter

Of course, you can still use crocks to hold food as well, via Dreamy Whites.

crocks and pottery

Crocks with advertising on them, tend to fetch somewhat high prices, but aren’t they beautiful?!  This one via Etsy.

antique crock markings

Get decorating with pitchers ideas from Lilacs and Longhorns

white pitchers

A collection of assorted ironstone pieces are beautifully displayed in a hutch via Country Living.

ironstone collection

But pieces can also be displayed simply on a pretty accent table via Anderson and Grant.

white pitchers

Let’s not forget colored pottery pieces!

I love this green collection of mixing bowls (and the cabinet too!) at The Little Round Table.

pottery mixing bowls

Vintage yellow ware bowls look festive for Christmas, surrounded by evergreen and pine cones.  via Frog Goes to Market.

yellow ware bowls

Blue stripe yellow ware bowls have such an early American farmhouse look.  Also via Frog Goes to Market (on Etsy)

blue stripe yellow ware bowl

Vintage mixing bowls come in lots of colors and sizes, are easy to find in antique stores, and occasionally yard sales and thrift stores.  These are via Country Living.

vintage pottery bowls

This set of bowls each feature a different animal on them – so cute!  via Silver Mushroom.

ceramic mixing bowls

A collection of white pitchers looks striking and offers great counter top storage for utensils, via Better Homes and Gardens.

kitchen storage pitchers

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ironstone pitchers

If you missed any of the previous Farmhouse Friday themes, you will find them all HERE.

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Next week’s theme will be Bread Boards and Dough Troughs and how you use  and display them in your home!

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Comments

  1. I just love old crocks…they are most definitely one of my favourite things! And, although you can never go wrong with white as it’s just classic, I really am in love with the yellow-ware. I soooooo enjoyed seeing all of these beautiful collections!

  2. Beautiful!!! Two of my favorite things. Ironstone and pottery!

    Kathy

  3. I’ll get a blog post up in a couple days… have to decide what I want to write about. This past week was too busy to even think about… we had company!

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