Thrifting: Silver Bowls

Keep your eyes open for silver bowls the next time you are at a garage sale or a flea market.   Snatch up silver plated bowls for a few dollars.   A quick and Real Simple easy tip to clean your silver bowl is to use baking soda.  I found a little tooth paste works well on silver plated bowls (use plain tooth paste without  crystals or it will scratch).

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Start a collection.  They don’t all have to match. This collection of silver and silver plated bowls makes a lovely focal point.  I like it when some of the silver is polished and  a few pieces have a little patina.

Gather  flowers from the garden and make a pretty arrangement.  Here I used cuttings from a fern, hosta and blue hydrangea.

Bring your bowl into the kitchen.  Add instant glamour to your counter with your favorite fruit served from a silver bowl.

A silver bowl is the perfect base for a flower arrangement for your next dinner party.  Happy hunting.

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About Ivy de Leon

From decorating and home staging to entertaining and gardening, I enjoy bringing traditional style to each project. I love to combine new and vintage market finds to create elevated and inviting spaces for today's modern lifestyle. CONTACT: IVY@IVYDELEON.COM
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