Just 17 Fruit Bowls That Are Part Tableware, Part Art

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Sometimes, it's just nice to look at pretty things. Whether you plan to buy something or not, simply browsing through beautiful items can serve as a form of relaxation and inspiration. One type of item we could spend hours looking at is fruit bowls, so we thought we'd share a few (okay, more than a few) of our favorites with you.

If you're looking for a fruit bowl that can double as a sculpture, look no further than these hand-sculpted earthenware pieces.

Put your fruit on a pedestal — literally — with this bowl made of glazed stoneware.

This bowl was created to look like volcanic rock, and we love how it would look surrounding our favorite fruits.

Made by Japanese artist Nobuhito Nishigawara, the W/R/F pottery line was inspired by clean, traditional Japanese ceramic dinnerware.

Beware: This bowl is going to rival your fruit in its vibrancy.

We like to think that if you put your ear up to this ocean-hued bowl, you'll actually hear the waves.

We'll take one in every color (there are 13 colors).

The lavender bowl instantly makes us feel like meditating while we snack on a piece of fruit.

Your fruit will truly shine with this smoke-colored bowl as a backdrop.

You can never go wrong with a speckled bowl. Never.

It's like a colander and stylish bowl in one. Genius.

Made of all natural fibers and organic dyes, this blush bowl was handmade in Rwanda. It features the "hope" design inspired by the Rwandan flag.

Along with your fruit, this light blue bowl will add a pop of color to an otherwise neutral-colored kitchen.

This shell-like bowl is perfect for bringing the beach right into your home.

This bowl is the perfect combination of simple and stunning.

We are all about this turquoise that errs on the side of green.

This resin bowl utilizes pink, mauve, and purple swirls to create a marble effect.


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