Growing a small kitchen herb garden doesn’t just add color to the room — it adds scent, taste and a dynamic element as well. To grow herbs stylishly and save precious countertop space, try this wall-mounted ceramic container set from Light + Ladder.
A decorative cinder block wall is adorned with hanging plants in a nod to indoor-outdoor eating. One-of-a-kind handmade ceramic chandeliers hang above the sitting area adding to the "living-room" feel of Broken Spanish.
A beautiful ceramic lamp tops the funky nightstand in this transitional bedroom, bringing a splash of color to the space. A tie-dyed throw pillows complements the lamp while adding a touch of bohemian flair to the design.
Tile designer Vicki Morrow lined the countertops in this kitchen with her own, handmade ceramics. You could, of course, use purchased handmade ceramics – or even off-the-shelf squares from your local big-box store.
A classic backsplash accent may not seem as sexy as many of today’s flashy glass and metal choices, but it’s a good bet for enduring beauty. This backsplash created by Tenhulzen Residential features glazed 3” x 6” ceramic tiles with an inset made of handmade tiles from Pratt & Larson, surrounded by subtle 2” x 2” glass squares. “The trick with accent features is to coordinate them with the look you intend for your entire space,” says owner Mike Tenhulzen. “You want to add intrigue without being too bold.”