Thursday, September 10, 2009

The Warmth of Wood

There's something so warm and inviting about wood bowls. Our Diego Wood Bowls, shown here in the oval shape, are really pieces of art that will become cherished family heirlooms. Felled by axe, drawn by oxen, and hewn by hand, each is finished with coffee grounds and a coating of beeswax. This toxin-free process offers rich, vibrant color that really highlights the hand-hewn details. Round Diego Wood Bowls are also available at Farmhouse Wares.

Also pictured lower left are our Wood Salad Servers and our Brick French Dishtowels in blue.

5 comments:

Tracey said...

They're wonderful and I love that they are non-toxic (I'm a bit of a "green freak," as my friends call me)!! Happy Thursday :)

T

The DIY Show Off said...

All right. Where have I been? I need to go see what new. I guess it's been a while! lol

Thanks for the update!
::off to shop::

Roeshel ;)

The Consummate Hostess said...

These bowls are wonderful There is just something innately home-y about wood bowls, like something that reminds of us all of our grandmothers.

Beach Vintage said...

Bowls are lovely, tea towels are too.

LuLu said...

I have had my eye out for wood bowls, love them and how they look on tables!
LuLu