Add Rustic Character with Wooden Home Decor

Holland Bowl Mill has already suggested numerous ways to use a wooden bowl in your decorating, and we have also mentioned that we are more than just bowls. So when you are thinking about ways to give your home that … Read More

The Mezzaluna: A Kitchen Tool for All Chefs

To feel like a pro in the kitchen, you need knowledge, skills, ingredients, and the right tools for each recipe. Almost every kitchen already has a knife block, but it still may miss one important item: the mezzaluna. When paired … Read More

Why Should You Be Cooking With a Wooden Spoon?

Many items should already be in your kitchen, such as silverware, dinnerware, pots, and pans, etc. Now think about all of those items. What material are they made out of? You probably have some plastic, glass, stainless steel, or maybe … Read More

The Types of Bowls That Should Be in Your Kitchen

Forks, spoons, knives, plates, bowls. Odds are you have each of these already in your home. Types of kitchen bowls may vary depending on use and can serve a specific purpose, but first, it’s time to start appreciating the value … Read More

The Versatility of a 6-inch Wooden Bowl

It may be overwhelming to see the large selection of bowls that Holland Bowl Mill has to offer. Choosing the right type of wood and style can take some time, but the right size of your bowl is equally essential. … Read More

Holland Bowl Mill is More Than Just Bowls

Shakespeare once wrote, “What’s in a name?” Well, our name indicates what we are and what we do: Holland Bowl Mill. However, we do much, much more than bowls. Nearly a century ago, Holland Bowl Mill was started initially as … Read More

Picnic Season Calls for Beautiful Bowls

Picture yourself in a beautiful, verdant park. Your picnic is spread on the lush, green grass with soft white linen napkins create an elegant ambiance. Crystal goblets are filled exactly halfway with a delicious, chilled white wine from a local … Read More

Handmade Wooden Bowls: A Timeless Holland Tradition

Henry Ford installed the first moving assembly line in 1913 in his Model-T factory in Highland Park, Michigan. Just 13 years later, Chester VanTongeren opened the Holland Bowl Mill in Holland near the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan. Ford’s invention … Read More