inspiring art and ceramics in modern home. / sfgirlbybay

Lately I’ve had one very important task on my mind — growing our collection of handmade ceramics. While that feat might sound less exciting than others, I’m absolutely obsessed with scouring my favorite shops (like general store, wild poppy goods, and fine life co.) and insta-feeds in search of unique pieces of pottery to add to both our shelves and morning routine. From petite salt cellars (a small yet decadent object) to hand-painted sake vessels (that I would undoubtedly use for flower storage), my list is long!

Are you loving ceramics too? I’d love to hear your favorite spots for scoring pretty pieces.

xx, chelsea

curated ceramics collection in modern kitchen. / sfgirlbybayceramic coffee mug. / sfgirlbybayhandmade ceramics. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise from left: seaworthy ceramic salt cellar + brass spoon; toma pots blue mist mug; wolf & moon funnel vase; toma pots boc cup shino; clay factor circs pod vase.

tiny ceramic cups. / sfgirlbybay

polli pots ivory teacups.

small ceramic cups. / sfgirlbybay

polli pots esspresso or sake cups.

inspiring handmade ceramics. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise from left: cimino ceramics ‘the boobs mug’; ursula basinger sabino tumbler; polli pots green stoneware cup; vintage leaf ceramic bud vase via wild poppy goods; victoria morris horizon vase; uo nash table lamp.

cermic vases with handles. / sfgirlbybay

helen levi tinted stoneware bottles.

large ceramic vases. / sfgirlbybay

mariella luz bud vase.

curated cermics collection. / sfgirlbybayceramic dishware. / sfgirlbybaycircular built-in shelving with curated ceramics collection. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: emily benziger; serena mitnik-miller; rachel saunders ceramics; emily benziger; cloutier ceramics; general store.

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