The closet is concealed behind drapes made from Japanese mosquito netting and the patched and mended indigo fabrics known as boro. On the shelf above: a ceramic bowl by Akio Nukaga, a bronze plaque by Los Angeles sculptor Ricky Swallow and one of Breslin's handmade ceramic pieces.

Paper bowls by Yuniko Studio

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Fabrics & Linens: Aboubakar Fofana Textiles at the ICFF : Remodelista

studio joo shibori tea bowls

beautiful vintage inspired fabrics and wallpaper

Calico Cat Cereal Bowl, Burleigh

Iznik bowl c1510

Home Accessories in the Best Shades of Blue From top: Turtle platter from Aero. Imari bowl and Senbiki off-center bowl from Dandelion. Blue Dragon bread-and-butter and dessert plates by Mottahedeh. Adelaide salad plate and cereal bowl by Ralph Lauren Home. Teacup from Dandelion. Hiragata Meshi-Wan crosshatch bowl by Hakusan Porcelain Co. Pale blue ceramic bowl by Daniel Reynolds for Ruzzetti and Gow. Antibes dessert plate by Ralph Lauren Home. Starburst plate and Senbiki bowl from Dandelion...

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This hand-etched bowl is part of our Alabama Chanin @ Heath Ceramics collaboration, which celebrates the expression of multiple layers and textures; a nod to the interplay of fabric and stitch in a well-crafted garment. • Size: 13” diameter, 111 ounces • Shown in Indigo Stitch • Handmade to order • Made in and ships from California • Please allow four to eight weeks for delivery

Handmade porcelain and stoneware ceramics by Michele Michael.

The closet is concealed behind drapes made from Japanese mosquito netting and the patched and mended indigo fabrics known as boro. On the shelf above: a ceramic bowl by Akio Nukaga, a bronze plaque by Los Angeles sculptor Ricky Swallow and one of Breslin's handmade ceramic pieces.

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the red thread :: create, inspire, share | LOVING :: Indigo shibori bowls from Bind | Fold | http://www.theredthreadblog.com

Pad Printed Bowls - Ikat | west elm

i love the linen texture and saturated color of these indigo ceramics

traditional japanese ceramic patterns by imelda

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