Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Simply bowls

For me, being frugal is not necessarily running around and looking for the best bargain. It's enjoying the simple things in life, like these bowls.
I think they are going to serve us as ice-cream bowls. For a nice big portion of ice-cream. Yes, I don't think either of us will mind that.
I do love simple ceramic bowls.

12 comments:

Gothelittle Rose said...

When you know you're going to have ice cream, put them in the fridge or freezer for a while before loading them up. :)

Philly Farmgirl said...

These bowls are indeed simply lovely! I love well thrown bowls. I loved to feel the ridges and imagine the potter at her wheel. Many moons ago I did a little pottery, made some terribly thick cups and vases. Because of this, I developed a love for all ceramic.

April said...

I have a weakness for bowls, too. Those are beautiful!

Sasha said...

Did you buy or get these?They look like hand-made!Really nice!

Sara said...

Those aren't simple ~ those are beautiful! I love the colors and swirls!! Perfect size for an ice cream date with your husband!!

Melinda said...

What beautiful bowls! They will make great ice cream bowls...

Rachel said...

Beautiful! Simple, yet elegant, and of course, a wonderfully useful size...

Where My Treasure Is said...

Those bowls are beautiful!
Nice and roomy for lots of ice cream--I like it!

Canadian said...

They are indeed very nice! They look like they're artisan made.

I like having pretty dishes and things, even if they're from the thrift store. Meredith from Like Merchant Ships is very good at this. She gets blue and white dishes so they all go well together even though they're not truly matching.

Anne Marie@Married to the Empire said...

They're lovely! They have a hand-crafted look about them, which is quite nice.

Front Porch Society said...

I used to make a lot of pottery....these bowls are beautiful!! :)

Mrs. Amy @ Clothesline Alley said...

Beautiful bowls! My sister enjoys pottery making and has made a set of special soup bowls for us, which we simply love. Peapod doesn't think soup can be eaten without them. Toddlers and routine, what can I say. ;o)