Cut (it) Out

As we have discussed, shelves are important part of the ceramic relationship. No matter how much we love our pots and art, the fact is that they sit on the shelf 99.99% of the time. In fact, Mrs. Rose and I are currently dealing with this problem. As all of our art that has been in storage for many years is now emerging, we have discovered that we still don't have enough shelf space. Even though the house is filled with built-ins, it is not enough to give all the work it's due. So we are contemplating what kind of shelving we really want to show off the work. It is quite a quandary.

These particular shelves are made by Susan Bradley are pretty cute. But my question is, "If you have the pots, do you really need the shelves?"

But she does have some neat other designs, and I really like the outdoor wallpaper. 

Of course with many things I am just stretching the definition of Ceramics in the blog. So that I can post these other cut out fire screens that Mrs. Rose dug up. They are too fun and wicked. 


Michael Kline said...

I love the fire screens in some sick way, I suppose.

Beth said...

OMG those fire screens are fantastic!!!! Wee-ha!!!

Lori Buff said...

Those are some great fire screens. Why not switch out the artwork periodically, that way it keeps the look of the room fresh and you get to enjoy the pieces more as you pull them out of storage. It's like finding your favorite holiday decoration.

Linda Starr said...

What fun arranging a new home, enjoy.

Matthew Katz said...

But I want to see all of my children that have been kept unfairly in boxes, for much too long

peppylady (Dora) said...

Shelving always been a problem but keeping them clean been sometime more of a pain.

Coffee is on.

Anonymous said...

i love to see who or what you'll profile next. now i really want one of susan bradley's shelves. wishing you luck unearthing all your babies.