Saturday, June 11, 2011

Side tables and pottery


For quite some time now a lot of interior design magazines showed us how to decorate side tables. You will have noticed that is  very trendy to decorate with pottery. Mortars, antique chinese pottery, ceramic pots and vases are placed in a group. And if you ask me, it looks very beautiful! Depending on the design style of your home, make sure to choose the perfect pots and vases for your side table!

By posting some of my favorite images, you will get some ideas of how to do it.

  5A group of grey/green pots on this oak table.   AM Projects


36A group of mortars on a mountain table! Notice the patina that is melting away in the color palette of the environment. Gorgeous!


34Grey antique pottery.


11 I do love the combination of the Chinese Han vases and that monochrome painting above. AM Projects


38   Simplicity! Don’t you love this?!  AM Projects


15The patina of the pottery is repeated in the monochrome work of art.


14 This group of antique pottery and objects in combination with the patina of the paneling is wonderful.








44Terracotta pots at Garnier.


6 John Saladino


19 Axel Vervoordt


33 Image via Cote de Texas


17I know, this table has no pottery displayed but I love these wooden dishes so much that I wanted to share this image with you. Walda Pairon


28A display of antique objects and pots. Atelier AM


22 Source unknown


43At this image I love the contrast of the white Chinese pottery and the dark stained table. Source unknown


26 Source unknown


21One single piece. John Jacob Interiors


41Even at this small tripod table is placed a group of pots. AM Projects


20Terra cotta planters on this ironcast table. AM Projects


16A group of French jars.  Walda Pairon


Are you tented to go to a flea market nearby or to your nearest decoration store to find the perfect pots? Let me know!

I wish everyone a nice and warm weekend!