Discover beautiful farmhouse stoneware from The HomeGoods Market that’s not only pretty, it’s functional!
Did you know that every Monday morning on Facebook I go Live for something I like to call Makeover Monday? It’s where I take an item I found at a thrift store and repurpose it live. I love doing this because not only do I get to craft and interact with those in the comments, but I raffle the finished item off at the end to someone who’s been watching.
I think it’s a win-win for all, and trust me when I say you’ll want to bring the popcorn!
This week, I didn’t have time to run to the thrift store and my assistant Kenzie came up with a great idea––she would go grab three items, put them in a box, and I would have to makeover one of those items, sight unseen.
Yeah, I don’t know what I was thinking but I went with it, and the first item that I pulled out was a stunning Ironstone pitcher.
And you don’t make over stunning Ironstone anything, right?
So I sat that beauty aside, dug out two other items, and well, if you want to see how it went, catch the replay here.
But, that Ironstone pitcher got me thinking that I wanted to share some of the beautiful farmhouse stoneware items that I have in stock at The HomeGoods Market right now!
Don’t know what The HomeGoods Market is? It’s my small home decor boutique that specializes in small batch, handmade items picked by me, Kaycee, and the Roost+Restore team. I wrote a whole blog post you can read here.
5 Beautiful Farmhouse Stoneware Pieces From The HomeGoods Market:
1. Nesting Measuring Cup Set
Is this not the cutest nesting Stoneware Measuring Cup Set?!! I am already picturing myself cooking like a fancy chef and having my items pre-measured and ready to go (instead of scrambling for the vanilla extract)! I love the shades of grey, perfect for neutral decor, the fact they nest, and that they have a pouring spout for when you have liquids. Beauty+function! These would look so cute on a tiered tray, or even in use for a hot cocoa bar. This set comes with four cups measuring : 1–1/2, 1, 1/2, 1/4.
2. Pumpkin Crock
You can’t go wrong with this beautiful farmhouse stoneware Pumpkin Crock! Seriously, we stocked this just in time for your Fall decor refreshing or, spin it around to hide the pumpkin (but why would you) to use year round. Featuring a classic blue and gray salt glaze, it complements other pottery styles or does just fine on it’s own. This crock is a half gallon capacity, and is ready to adorn your kitchen counter or mantle. I love that it’s a modern piece with a vintage feel. It’s also Made in the U.S.A.! What will you put in it?
3. Wheat Utensil Jar
This Wheat Utensil Jar is gorgeous in it’s warm liquid gold glaze, and look at that those curves! It’s the perfect seasonal update for the Fall! I love the shape of the jar, and can picture a well loved wood pasta spoon or spatula sticking out. You can set it next to your stove, or add dried florals to it, the choice is yours. It’s dishwasher safe, so don’t worry about getting this jar dirty. This is also Made in the U.S.A. in Cambridge, Wisconsin. Grab one before it’s too late!
4. Pumpkin or Wheat Spoon Rests
These Pumpkin and Wheat Spoon Rests are the perfect compliment to the Pumpkin Crock and Wheat Utensil Jar. Placed side by side, you can see the difference in each glaze, the pumpkin featuring the classic blue sea salt while the wheat features the warm liquid gold glaze. I love these because I can never find a spot for my spoon to go when cooking on the stove. The quality and details on each piece stand out. U.S.A Made, dishwasher safe, and ready to fancy up your farmhouse kitchen decor.
5. Farmhouse Ridges Pitcher
This Farmhouse Ridges Pitcher isn’t playing around y’all! It is 100% beautiful farmhouse stoneware that will brighten up any space! We don’t carry pitcher’s often in the shop, but when I saw all the ridges on this one, I knew it was a must! I love having pitchers around because they are not only functional (yes, this is dishwasher and microwave safe), but they make the cutest vessels to put dried florals or fresh cut flowers in. I love styling them on a coffee table with some books and wood beads. You can’t go wrong, especially when it’s U.S.A. Made!
That’s all for this week, but keep an eye out in the shoppe for more beautiful farmhouse stoneware and decor! We are always refreshing what’s in stock, and, if you’re looking for DIY decor ideas, my DIY Faux Cement Planter tutorial is an economical way for you to repurpose and restyle tired containers and turn them into something beautiful!