Illustrations from the natural world bring beauty to ceramic tableware
Birdhouses, framed egg prints and matching paint color to chicken eggs (leave it to Martha) are decorating favorite. But the biggest bird in demand is and has always been the rooster. I remember a colorful handpainted Barcelos version my mother brought back from Portugal. It adorned the kitchen cabinets for decades. On the other end of the spectrum is ceramic tableware featuring richly detailed bird drawings by ceramist Laura Zindel. Birds of all feathers, insects, sea life and more adorn beautiful objects created by Laura, her husband Thorsten Lauterbach and a small team of artisans. Working from a converted barn at their 1778 Vermont farm (aptly named Partridge House), they are surrounded by nature and, from the looks of it, are deeply inspired. These pieces represent only a small portion of their work featuring the curiosities of nature.
Mosaic Stripe Bathroom shows a pair of bowls from Laura Zindel Design. A shallow bowl or plate could be used to hold a bar of soap.
(Source: Laura Zindel)
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