Bitty Bowl home tour - how creative people use my little enamelware and metal bowls

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I love seeing how people use and display the art I make in their homes. The Bitty Bowls are especially fun because people are so creative with them…

Wendy uses hers for portion control when she wants a sweet snack in her jewelry studio


Cynthia keeps hers by her sink so she can put her rings in it every night. She loves the aged patina this raw brass bowl has accumulated over the years.

handmade hammered brass ring bowl on wood base containing gold diamond ring on bathroom vanity

Carol and Jim enjoy theirs stacked with a favorite handmade birdie cup on their open kitchen shelving as a design element. The rest of the time they fill them with salt and spices to use when cooking and entertaining.

kitchen open shelf display with stacked red blue bowls and nesting bird ceramic cup

Jacqueline loves hers for everyday salt and pepper on the kitchen table.

rustic wood kitchen table with pink peonies, blue square bowl and little blue spoon and round orange salt cellar

Ken uses his as a quiet design statement in the windowsill to hold his favorite air plant.

black line drawing in blue square bitty bowl with air plant in windowsill

Where and how do you use your Bitty Bowl?!

If you don’t have one yet, what are you waiting for?! Get your very own right here!

Catherine Grisez


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Catherine Grisez

March 07, 2021

How wonderful Sally Anne, that is a perfect spot, Enjoy!

Sally Anne Kaiser

March 07, 2021

I love my little bowl. It is next to my bed where I put little things when I need to.

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