Clean lines and utilitarian use...I love enamelware. Although, after seeing other collections, it appears that I gravitate towards the very simple variety. Some of my pieces were used for photo development, some for casseroles, potties, fruit or flour and others for leftovers. Either way, I can always find a use for them around my house. They are incredibly cheap at estate sales....at least in this part of the country.
Sliding them under dressers in my studio help keep ongoing projects neatly tucked away.
Empty ones on my desk for clutter control. I often use these to house projects that I move from one area to another. The larger one is great to work in...paint, glitter, etc. Containment is key.
Crisp and clean, these hold fabric scraps, pelon, and fat quarters. It is easier to create when I can see what I have to create with.
Old refrigerator containers work fantastic in drawers. These are getting harder and harder to find.
A rare colored one in my collection. I couldn't pass it up. I have a large white one of these with a red rim that holds all my Christmas books.
Perfect trash bin. The top is being stored for now. I have a thing about plastic trash bins. I know I have a lot of things about things...my family could write a book...me and my isms...but is this not a better looking trash bin?
Deep dish casserole or perfect Junior Elf book holder?
Last, but not least a child bed pan. This is our cats water bowl. He refuses to drink with the dogs. Understandable. I kept looking for a nice metal bowl that would keep his water cool. I stumbled on this at a flea market. Yes, I washed it. He comes running when he hears it clink on the side of the sink...he has isms too! Either way I find these better than a plastic bin any day.