Embracing the Beauty and Variety of DIY Clay Bowls!
Bowls as decor pieces; a concept that has revolutionized modern home decor and continues to impress. Maybe it’s the fact that bowls can be used to manage simple storage, such as jewelry, or maybe it’s their design that has the most power. Ranging from elegant to playful, decorative bowls can fit into any household and you should definitely make a few for your own home! Craving inspiration? Take a peek at these exceptional DIY clay bowls!
1. Swirly Clay Bowls
The swirly style of these clay bowls by XO, Jane, represents freedom from boundaries and order. Each bowl with this style is one of a kind! That is what makes them even more special and precious! Don’t be afraid to include vibrant colors as that will only make them more noticeable!
2. Gold Clay Bowls
If you want to use your clay bowls for displaying jewelry they should have a minimalist and elegant look that will put your breathtaking jewelry pieces into the center of attention! You can find an example of such a beautiful bowl at She Wears Many Hats!
3. Indigo Clay Bowls
A touch of color really impacts a white bowl and gives it much character. Alice & Lois chose indigo blue and we love the peaceful and coastal style it gives the bowls. They have a significantly Greek look and will be a marvelous addition to any room!
4. Pink Glazed Clay Bowls
Make your clay bowls extraordinarily charming by utilizing the power of pink! The glazed look graces them with additional visibility – these bowls absolutely demand to be seen. If they’ve captivated you as much as we hope, visit Gathering Beauty to find out how they’re made!
5. Clay Fruit Bowls
Display your fruit in style with these unique clay bowls we stumbled upon at Makoccino! You can paint them to resemble your favorite fruit and give your home that special decor piece that truly showcases your bright personality!
6. Leaf Clay Bowls
Every home needs some seasonal decor to truly honor the changing of the seasons. It always pays off to be prepared ahead! These clay bowls in a shape of a leaf capture the essence of fall. Find the tutorial at Red Ted Art as you prepare for the next season!
7. Marbled Clay Bowls
The classic marble pattern is timeless and elegant but when you add some color to it you get a captivating pattern that fits amazingly into a home with much modern decor. Make these colored marbled clay bowls (A Beautiful Mess has the how-to) and display your jewelry like modern royalty.
8. Stamped Clay Bowls
Clay is a wonderful material to work with. It responds well to many different forms of decoration and Gathering Beauty shows how you can stamp them. The result are these lovely bowls with a charming old-fashioned look, created by the stamped pattern and the pastel coloring.
9. Gold Leaf Clay Bowl
Gold leaf is one of those incredible materials that can take our crafting project from being basic to being glamorous! Hello Glow has a tutorial for a clay bowl that is decorated with gold leaves and is a fantastic piece for special occasions, such as engagement photoshoots!
10. Coiled Clay Bowl
Those who value creativity and uniqueness above anything else will greatly appreciate this coiled clay bowl! It has a captivating look and celebrates the beauty of the ocean as it brings it into your home! You can make it all by yourself, following the tutorial at Adventures in Creativity.
11. Silver Clay Bowl
The metallic look is not to be underestimated. It may be simple, but it’s also very noticeable and people respond to it very well. Perhaps it’s the calming effect of such a familiar color scheme or its lingering sparkle. Find out how to make a silver clay bowl at Artists Network!
12. Painted Clay Bowls
The process of making clay bowls is a simple one, giving you a chance to make a whole variety of them. You can really take your time and test different styles and patterns. You can display the bowls in different rooms of the house or gift them to your friends and family! Check out the details at Ally’s in Wonderland!
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