122 demijohn Home Design Photos

Mediterranean Dining Room
The demijohns on table
“Sliders” — Sandra Viets
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
including a pair of Portuguese eel traps hanging over the fireplace mantel, Chinese garden stools, a rustic mirrored cabinet, and French blown-glass demijohn bottles, add a patina of age.
Where can I buy demijohns like those ones.
these branches from? This looks like a spring design. Can you recommend faux or live branches that may work during the winter months in that same demijohn? Thanks
mirrored cabinet, and French blown-glass demijohn bottles, add a patina of age.
2. Fill a demijohn with big branches. Actually, any extra-large container will do — just prune a branch or two from your own tree, plunk them in water and place the container beside your mantel. The swooping height and fresh green color are sure to reinvigorate your space.
“Green and White decor” — caseydenn
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Demijohns - large glass containers. Cool decorating element
4. Demijohns. These large glass vessels, often blue or greenish in color, were once used to transport wine, oil and other liquids. Use yours to display gorgeous spring branches or simply to add a touch of color to an empty corner.
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the demijohns
“rocking chaise” — johansonbrenda
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Contemporary Dining Room
“vase, details in comments slipcovers” — laurapelco
Allison Jaffe Interior Design LLC
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These glass bottles, otherwise known as Demijohns can be found all over, retails stores and on the internet. Good luck!
Do any of you out there collect demijohns or other types of old glass? Let us know in the comments, and if you have any tips, do share! More flea market finds: Wire Baskets Old-School Stools
Start with one oriental rug, add a collection of Japanese prints, then top with a European demijohn bottle: a recipe for subtle global success.
“Wildlife pillow” — jbhagedorn
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
The demijohn was originally used to transport liquids. Wine, olive oil, cider, molasses — you name it, a demijohn probably carried it.
Decorate with demijohn
“Or classic white on white leaves a lot of room for accent colors” — Sheryl Sacchitelli
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Brush Prairie House
“fireplace” — salliejw
Tracery Interiors
Dining Room
demijohns, carboys
Demijohn collection
“Decor piece” — cballog
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