About me

Welcome to my world of all stuff ceramics but mostly all about home decor, plates, platters, bowls, mugs and teacups vintage and new that are unique, colourful and very pretty.

I hope to share with you where ceramics come from as a raw product, how different types of ceramics are made, some history of ceramics as an art form and how we use it in today’s world.

Welcome to “Favorite Ceramic Bowls “. As a young girl growing up at the great lakes in Northern Ontario, Canada, we had many opportunities to celebrate events, birthdays, special holidays and just because gatherings that were always fun. There was always lots of fun, food, people and pretty ceramic bowls and platters.

Pretty bowls

As a young girl growing up at the great lakes in Northern Ontario, Canada, I was always fascinated with the bowls used to make and serve the food. These were ceramic bowls that came in every shape, size, colour, texture and weight.

Because of my fascination with these bowls with neat shapes and colours from back as a child, I have my own collection now. It is not huge but still growing.

Why these bowls and more…

pretty bowls

photo by Skyla Design

When my parents and grandparents were starting off as newly-weds and young parents these were the only kind of bowls they could use. There was no plastic and very few metal bowls.

With the world looking at how to reduce and reuse plastic as well as help lessen our carbon footprints I am willing to use these bowls in an effort to reduce my carbon footprint.

Now I see the great use for ceramics in all areas of my home and outdoor space. I share these experiences here about that too!

Starting your own collection of favourite ceramic bowls

I offer you a chance to start your collection of these bowls whether your choice is a retro styling or modern.

These are great gifts for newly-weds, or going off to school or a new job and most definitely for Christmas. Definitely my “go-to” gift.

If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave me a message and I will we more than happy to help you out.

All the best,

Deb

https://favoriteceramicbowls.com