Dough Bowls, vintage, reproduction, trough style, round, oval - the possibilities are endless. Not only in how they look but in how they can be used in your home.
Do you have one? Is it in the kitchen?
Come along as I show you how to move it from the kitchen to other spots.
I'm going to show you how to style a dough bowl in various rooms in your home.
Once a staple in the kitchen, dough bowls are popping up in dining rooms, coffee tables, entry ways, bathrooms and bedrooms. I challenge you to see how many ways you can style it and we are giving you lots of ideas and inspiration.
Dough bowls are versatile and easily fit into a variety of design styles, all depending on how you fill them.
Above I used fabric pumpkins, pods, dried orange slices and moss to create this fall themed bowl.
They are perfect for holidays, creating vingnettes and tablescapes.
I've joined up with 8 blogging friends to share our creative juices when it comes to styling our dough bowls.
The bowl above is holding vintage Christmas balls, ones that were on my tree as a child. They are very worn but they evoke so many wonderful memories.
Displaying them like this puts the focus on the ornaments, where they might get lost on the tree.
Can you tell how old this one is? Dough bowls have been around for a very long time.
This one is more of a trench or trough shape.
They were called "Trenchers" which comes from the French word Tranchier which means "to cut." Trencher referred to an old stale piece of bread that was cut in a square shape and used in lieu of a plate.