This post is NOT for the faint of heart
...faint of HAEGER Pottery heart that is!
I hope I don't put Anyone on OVERLOAD - but you have been WARNED!!
Over the years I've squealed with joy over random HAEGER finds/gifts, but I have never given you the FULL.HOUSE.tour.
Are you ready?
PLEASE forgive the dust & clutter (but I DO collect a 'few' things other than HAEGER - ha,ha!!)
Entering through our KITCHEN, you will find just a few select Red/Black pieces scattered about (They don't all normally live in the Middle of our countertop - they were gathered here for photo purposes only!)
Through the doorway to the DINING ROOM: Our dining room is done in MCM hand-me-down furnishings, and our china cabinet houses some of my fav's.!
and a built-in corner of the Dining Room
|Throughout, the HAEGER is put to use holding odds-ends. This area is home to a LOT of Seaglass and Shells!!|
We played around for a l-o-n-g time on the 'best' way to group/display our vast array of Haeger...
Some things we group 'like-shapes' together, but for the most part we are grouping pieces according to glaze / color... but it is ever changing!
A couple of shelves in our 'COMPUTER ROOM'...
|This shelf is a bit of HAEGER, VERA (plates & airplanes) and BENNINGTON -|
Our FRONT HALL is probably 'changed up' most frequently - right now it is home to aqua's in a 'seaside' theme...
|VERA linens and HAEGER accent each other quite well!!|
|Not much of a vignette, but Love the Lady Bug and the Lady!!|
In the TV ROOM:
is our Mauve Agate Collection
This room is fondly called THE HAEGER ROOM. Can you guess why?
|Extra Oak house-trim pieces have been used to create Ceiling height shelves around the room!|
Onto the GUEST ROOM:
|You have probably noticed throughout, our pension for using multi-plate racks to display HAEGER's Numerous atomic dishes and ashtrays!|
Even the ATTIC STUDIO has it's share of shelves, home to more of our 'less-favored, but can't part with' pieces!
Yes, it is a sickness, this HAEGER LOVE.
When I first started collecting & learning about HAEGER, I picked up ANY piece I found on 'the cheap'. I've grown away from the simple Garden House designs and don't buy them anymore (well, not as much!) ~BUT~ still have a diverse love of the variety of glazes and figures... and HAEGER made a LOT!