230,676 glass jars Home Design Photos

Celia Bedilia
15 Reviews
Decorating with Vignettes
Ideabooks1,555
Questions1
Dress up candles with woodsy details. Curl a wide green leaf and drop it into a glass jar — then fill the jar with water
into a glass jar then fill jar with water and float a tea light. Or use lengths of birch bark (available at craft stores) to wrap the outside of a jar or
Glass jars + water + fresh leaves + tea candles
with woodsy details Curl a wide green leaf and drop it into a glass jar – then fill the jar with water and float a tea light on top. Or use lengths of paperbark
with woodsy details. Curl a wide green leaf and drop it into a glass jar — then fill the jar with water and float a tea light on top. Or use lengths of birch
with woodsy detailsCurl a wide green leaf and drop it into a glass jar – then fill the jar with water and float a tea light on top. Or use lengths of paperbark
“Candle gome” — blancahaddad1
Neat Method San Diego
3 Reviews
Kitchen Organization
Ideabooks150K
Questions25
Walk-in pantry Clear food storage containers, such as glass jars, and cookbooks organised by colour helped make this pantry the most popular
2. Plan for uniformityGlass jars and canisters not only make it easy to find just what you need, replacing the hodgepodge of packets, boxes and bags just
Decant cereal into jars Sometimes the old methods are the best! Transparent glass or plastic containers look great, and are practical
1. Walk-in pantry. Clear food storage containers, such as glass jars, and cookbooks organized by color helped make this pantry the most popular
”Koentje opted mostly for kid-friendly plastic containers, but she included glass jars for baking products and baskets for bagged items, like chips and bread
“small” — mpguy
Michelle Hinckley
Kid's Room.
Ideabooks1,192
Questions0
glass jars with marbles, stones, shells etc
glass jars to show collections & colorful items
Using glass jars to hold collections of smalls contains them well, avoids clutter and eliminates all concern about having to dust them. Plus, the jars
to play with! This collection is brilliantly displayed in a round glass display jar. This technique could also work well with marbles.
“Balls” — Dena McEwan
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Allison A
Laundry Room/Bathroom
Ideabooks6,626
Questions1
Use glass jars for storage. Glass jars are a great way to store things like pegs, fabric softener sheets or powdered detergent. The clear glass makes
a little character.You can try sealed glass jars like these, mason jars, canning jars or old-fashioned sweet jars with screw-on lids.
Where do you find these jars?...Jars for dryer sheets and clothes pins...glass storage jars for laundry items...Jars great idea. Now in Vogue
“Jars for storing ordinary laundry stuff” — leslicline
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks59
Questions0
Turn glass jars into a vase Re-use glass jars as drinking glasses or as vases to display flowers. After using up the contents of a jar
re-use. I like to give my jars a run through the dishwasher as well so they come up looking sparkling clean. Jam jars make great glasses (I am drinking water
water from one as I write this!) Larger jars, such as pickle and olive jars, are great for displaying flowers.
10. Turn glass jars into a vaseRe-use glass jars as drinking glasses or as vases to display flowers. After using up the contents of a jar, soak in warm
this!) Larger jars, such as pickle and olive jars, are great for displaying flowers. Discover more ways to re-use glass jars
Turn glass jars into a vaseRe-use
“jar recycle” — studog1
Neiman Taber Architects
14 Reviews
Crown Hill Remodel
Ideabooks4,045
Questions6
where did you find these apothecary jars? i love them!
A lidded glass jar of cotton swabs make these daily wands easily accessible and look much nicer than if they were left out in their box.
items you use frequently, like cotton balls and swabs, on the counter in glass jars. They will look decorative and will always be in easy reach.
like giant glass jars for simple things
“armoires” — Marie-odile Martino
The Virginia House
Beach Bathroom
Ideabooks576
Questions0
I really like the jar! I like old with a twist of modern!
Fill bottles and jars with your finds. A glass jar filled with sea glass (with or without water) looks lovely placed in a
sea glass in a jar or rocks with a candle.
10. Fill bottles and jars with your findsA glass jar filled with sea glass (with or without water) looks lovely placed in a window to catch the light.
Fill bottles and jars with your finds A glass jar filled with sea glass (with or without water) looks lovely placed in a window to catch the light
Also, try placing small, smooth stones in a glass jar and nestling in a tea light for a nearly free candleholder with natural appeal.
I have sea glass and mason jars...Sea Glass and River Rock...cute idea!...Coul put candle in my beach glass jar
“Good idea for collected ,stuff,” — janflew
Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C
Seattle Tudor Christmas by Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C.
Ideabooks1,874
Questions1
THE GLASS BALLS IN THE GLASS JARS. ALSO THE DEERS.
small bubs nd Christmas ribbon in glass jars
bulbs in glass jars & fireplace...Like the jars...ornaments in glass jars...glass jars...Ornaments in jars...glass containers with ornaments...jars filled with ornaments...Glass jars...jars of christmas bulbs...Glass mix of...large candy jars filled with
“Christmas Decor” — tygalucas1
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