Collectible teapots and bracket shelves are meant for each other somehow. This combination might be called old fashioned or sweet — particularly with a Neoclassical Swedish half-moon style table in the mix. I feel it also can have a cottage look. No matter. For me, teapots can be utilitarian or collectible, or both. I adore their fanciful shapes, the great colors and designs and new and old boy shapes.
These wall brackets are relatively simple with tops that have an ogee edge. As such they could be considered modern — or at least as modern as wall brackets can be. The display is painted in Farrow & Ball’s Borrowed Light, a pale baby blue. The table is Gustavian gray which helps give the display a particularly Scandinavian look. Switch out the table, change the color of the paneling or a different selection of teapots and the very same wall could take on a completely different character.
(Source: British Homes and Gardens)
Dishware Display Drama is another post centering on collectibles and bracket shelves.
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