What the heck are ceramic heater bricks? Remember these interesting looking things I showed you a few weeks ago in my post The End of my Junking Dry Spell? If you've ever lived in an older home, you might know that these decorative bricks were used for heat radiation in old gas space heaters, and they were made in several different sizes, shapes, and patterns. I rarely see them at flea markets or vintage shows, but they can still be found online by searching vintage ceramic gas heater bricks.
I repurposed my first decorative brick about 10 years ago, so I knew exactly what I wanted to do with this pair.
I think they look a whole lot prettier as sconces/wall pockets for holding fresh colorful blooms.
I just turned them upside down, filled each one with dried moss, then tucked a couple of glass tubes into the moss. The tubes are necessary if you're using something other than real flowers.
So many possibilities!