7,909 ginger jar Home Design Photos

Carol Vaughan-Davis
Carol Vaughan-Davis
Ginger jars under console table for side wall
Love the walls and ginger jars
blue jars on sideboard
Hall table/ginger jars
Jars under the buffet...
beautiful ginger jars
Love the ginger jars.
Ginger jars...Display Ginger Jars
“Console table” — baidelk
Kendall Wilkinson Design
1 Review
Seacliff Southern
large temple jar in front of a mirror in this living area.
temple jar = feneral with a hat
perfect type of temple jar on table
The colour scheme and where the jar is placed
love the temple jar on the cabinet
Love this room and the ginger jar off course! :-)
the color blue the jars
referred to as "general jars," perhaps in regard to the shape of the lid, which looks similar to that of the hat of some military personnel from long ago.
Designer Kendall Wilkinson uses a large temple jar in front of a mirror in this living area. See more ways to use temple jars
“Soft elegant room” — Ann Warsham Interiors, Inc.
Interiors Matter
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seating. I love the play of the ornate Venetian mirror, the carved ebonized table, and the linen "X" ottomans, along with natural elements and ginger jars.
Where can I find the ceramic jars?
Thanks for submitting this question. I purchased these ceramic ginger jars from a small shop in Manhattan, NY - however I have seen them on many websites, and even a version of them at Home Goods! Good luck with your search
branch and ball in jar - nice
In love with the perforated ginger jars.
Mirror, ginger jars, seating under table.
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Rick Hoge
Gaillardia show home
Love those ginger jars. Where were they purchased ?
Big chunky ginger jars in your colors of purple would be great.
Love jars...make them blue!
love the ginger jars
display Ginger jars...ginger pots...Temple Jars...Ginger jars...like look with jars...two red jars
“ginger jars” — airapparent
Sheila Schmitz
San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2011
Where I can shop for the variety of blue and white ginger jars?
What a beautiful room with great blue and white porcelain collection. You can find similar blue and white jar and items in here: ... Hope this helps! Shan Hill Design
a mix! Grant Gibson's dining room with modern chandelier, kelly green chairs and fiddle leaf fig, topped off with a collection of blue and white ginger jars, was pretty fabulous. The blue and white bring that classic, traditional element to the space.
“collection of chinoiserie vases in grouping. Some with flowers” — ohmylemonpie
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
St. Simons Island, GA
Convert urns or ginger jars into lamps. Lamps are a good way to incorporate a touch of blue and white that isn't too overpowering. There's no reason to search the globe for
a matching pair; if you stumble across pieces you love, it's so easy to have them converted into lamps. I did it a few years ago with a pair of ginger jars, and they look fabulous.
“planta” — Nadya Vasquez
Jennifer Brouwer (Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc)
3 Reviews
Decor by Jennifer Inc
Zgallerie has one that looks like it. They also have jars like the ones int the photo
feel. Ginger jars, shown scattered around the room, also trended high.
Similarly, this living room needed a little extra oomph. Nothing a few yellow throw pillows and a ginger jar can't cure
“Love” — geripalermo
Eclectic Bedroom
Any ideas where one could get a jar in these colours? My grandparents have several similar jars, however they are all blue and white.
Here is a link to a temple jar in coral by Williams Sonoma. Very similar to the one above. ...
While we often use the blanket term "ginger jars" to refer to all Chinese-style lidded ceramic pots, there are some subtle differences. Ginger jars typically have a bulbous body with a slightly rounded, yet otherwise flat top. Whereas a temple jar is known for its fishtail shape and, perhaps most important
“harth extension” — dkoverberger
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