Farmhouse Pottery designer Zoe Zilian says on her company website that she “wanted to create a place with a modern farm aesthetic that represented farm-to-table values infused in traditionally crafted designs”—in other words, her products are beautiful, rustic, and functional. All of Farmhouse Pottery’s products are committed “to sustaining the farmer and the maker.” Pottery items are made by Zoe herself, and other products are focused on farm-to-table, natural goods.
We love their “Dipped Baker’s Pin” in classic white. These pins are sculptural and functional, and a smart addition to any well-designed kitchen. Each pin is lathe turned in Vermont from local maple, and dipped in food-safe milk paint. The french-style pins are great for rolling dough with ease. They can also be hung up in your kitchen to for easy access and a beautiful decorative touch.
The artisan “Organic Milk Board” is made from fallen Vermont ash and carefully crafted using traditional techniques. In a farmhouse style, the handle is dipped in organic food-safe milk paint. A serving piece and cutting board for presenting farm fresh bites. Over time, the milk paint surface will wear and patina to tell it’s life’s story.
Farmhouse Pottery’s “Vermont Farmed Honey” is produced produced exclusively from apiaries in Vermont using organic methods, harvested in Grand Isle and Franklin counties of Vermont. The glass container ensures quality flavor. We love it for cooking and food pairing. Recently, we used it for our Baked Brie Recipe.
Photo credit: Farmhouse Pottery