Red Clay is ditching cookie-cutter sameness and vanilla washed rooms.
Inviting designers like you to submit your designs, Red Clay wants to put the “I” back in design. Products are chosen by you to become the next stunning exclusive collection.
As I browsed the selection, a few things caught my eye…but these bowls?
My unhealthy obsession with dishes almost took over and I added them to my cart.
Seriously. I have cupboards and china hutches and closets filled with dishes.
It’s hereditary too, apparently. I got it from my mother, who got it from her aunt…it seems to get worse as it passes down the generations, too, so things could get scary when my daughters have their own homes.
Common sense got a hold of me when I saw these lovely placemats that will spruce up our sad Craigslist dining room table. These say “sunshine” to me, and I love having a little sunshine at our meals.
But…? What about my beautiful bowls? Ha! I can give them to my mother for Christmas.
She doesn’t have an inch of space left for more dishes either, (see above.)
I’m going to find a reason to buy these bowls.
Maybe I should buy them because I’d be supporting an honest, truly eco-friendly company that wants to encourage creativity and promote zest and life in your home.
They’d be beautiful as the base of a gift basket…
Who else is on my Christmas list? Who NEEDS these bowls?
I keep coming up with “ME.”
*cough* Husband Hint *cough*
And look! They’re made in Portland, Oregon! My own homestate!
I’d be supporting local artists besides!
I’m doing something about this…
In the meantime…do you want one of these bowls? You could get one with the $59 gift certificate that I get to giveaway to one of you lucky people!
Or you could get some art for your walls, a throw pillow to liven up your couch, or an elegant vase!
It’s up to you. And that is what Red Clay is all about.
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias All opinions are my own and not influenced in anyway.