I have a major weakness for products that look like they were dipped in paint, glaze or rubber. I’m not sure what it is about that contrast in color and texture, but it gets me every time. (This example is my all-time favorite.) These new vessels at Leif have that hand-dipped feel that I love, along with some gorgeous saturated colors. The terra cotta utensil pot above would be lovely against a marble or wooden countertop, and the little containers below feel like a (slightly) grown-up spin on the clay pots we all made growing up. Whether you’re looking to store something small like salt and pepper or something larger like soup ladles, click here and here to check out these pieces at Leif ($38–$45). And since we’re talking about dipping, enjoy this blast from the past. xo, grace

  1. Ooh…that yellow and white dipped sugar / salt n’ pepper set would go beautifully with a set of vintage yellow and white dessert dishes I own. Love it ;)

  2. SuevWeir says:

    Like them too. It’s all about the textures, I think.

  3. Love dipping things in colored Plasti-dip. I did a cheap set of Ikea flatware and it made it so much more appealing.

  4. mimma says:

    oh wow these terracotta pots are exactly like the French commercial yogurt brand “La Fermière” pots found in French supermarkets – glad I stocked up (2 for 4$ + rich delicious yogurt inside!) while I lived in France, as this was my favorite yogurt brand – the pots were too cute to resist! http://preview.tinyurl.com/7kjrdnl

  5. LVN says:

    Thanks for the blast from the past! I am now reminiscing about middle school dances!

    Oh and cute “dipped” items too.

  6. holly says:

    Sucker for all things DIPPED…
    Love these.


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