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Vintage-Inspired Inglewood Cottage
LOVE old silver. LOVE using old marmalade crocks for storage (and mason jars, too).
Put on washstand in old mason jar
put the silverware on display in a retro looking jar ,
Silver in jar. Displaying pretty pieces of dining ware
put mother's silver in a neat jar in kitchen
Use jars to hold cutleryOld glass or stoneware jars are an attractive way to present cutlery and strike a softly informal note. If you don’t have an old pot like this one, a regular jam jar with the label washed off works just as well.
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welcome sign with hole for mason jar (flowers)
Hole for jar of flowers that renders it safe from tipping!
Essentials: fresh sheets and towels, working light, wastebasket, cleared shelf
plant in a mason jar and a chalkboard for leaving messages. Too cute.
Love the idea of the mason jar and flowers
Just an old thriftstore wall hanging painted blackboard paint and a hole made in the shelf for mason jar to hold flowers. Hang by the front door...inside or out.
Ball 16oz Wide Mouth Mason Jars - 12 Pack
What do you like about this photo? Jars
line the rungs with an assortment of colorful vintage bottles. Fill some with flowers or cut branches, and leave others empty to catch the light.
ladder and line the rungs with an assortment of colorful vintage bottles. Fill some with flowers or cut branches, and leave others empty to catch the light. Don't want to use bottles? Store and display pretty table linens on the rungs instead.
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
them, the fridge baskets too so everyone knows where to put what or find whatever they want- I hate it when things are randomly placed in fridge. All jars are too, it was nice to visit my daughter's home recently and find she was into labeling too :) It makes life easier for everyone.
Old fashioned, well-labeled jars of items on display. I like the
Chalkboard paint on glass jars and wood drawers
White and brown sugar are stored in jars mounted to the bottom of the kitchen cupboard. Most of
jars mounted to the bottom of kitchen cupboard
I just love the canning jars with the lids mounted under the upper cabinets.
***The jars over the countertop...maybe. The shelves
Popcorn and brown sugar are stored in jars mounted to the bottom of the kitchen cupboard. Quimby's grandfather Buzz was a bus driver with handyman skills who kept his nuts and bolts in similar jars in his workshop. Most of the countertops in the home, including this one, are by Trinity. They are made
exterior of the door? I'm curious about paint color and divided lights.
I love the light fixture. Where is it from?
Possible lighting for entryway instead of chandelier
light fixture _ mix of light and dark finishes. side table w/ plant
Panelling instead of tongue and groove beadboard? Keeps the light and freshness of
Bell jar lanterns in 18th-century England. Most homes in 18th-century England were dark and gloomy, as lighting was either generated from an open fire or candlelight. Candles were an expensive commodity and used sparingly, even among the wealthy. Bell jar lanterns were often hung in the vestibules and
and entrance halls of Georgian manors, but the candles were lit only when guests were expected. The glass bell jar protected the candles from being blown out when the doors opened.The bell jar lantern with bronze fittings shown here is the perfect fit for this understated yet classic foyer.
Kendall Wilkinson Design
The colour scheme and where the jar is placed - ie in front of a mirror and on a sidetable. Designer Kendall Wilkinson uses a large temple jar in front of a mirror in this living area.
temple jar = feneral with a hat
love the temple jar on the cabinet
TEMPLE JARS- NOT REALLY A KNICKKNACK PERSON BUT LOVE THESE
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
Old ladder with robins egg blue translucent mason jars with cherry blossom branch
Mason jar flower on ladder
mason jars on wood ladder
Ladder, jars and cherry blossoms
Pretty mason jar with flowers
jar with flowers