325 Eclectic Food Containers and Storage
Storage is a never-ending conundrum in a kitchen, regardless of whether yours includes a pantry, or you're currently storing your canned goods in the oven. There never seems to be enough space for what you need, and placing items out on the counter in dingy plastic container just isn't an ideal option. Picking something that's visually pleasing and functional can be a bit of a dilemma. More
Shake the shaker and add some flavor. This salt cellar is made from ecologically gathered teak and features a pivoting magnetic lid and a tiny scoop for easy sprinkling. No need to toss any over your shoulder; you'll have nothing but good luck with this gorgeous piece.
These handblown glass oil and vinegar chambers are meant to be displayed and enjoyed. It might be tough to decide between one with a cork stopper and one with a spout, so why not get both? They make a beautiful and useful pair in the kitchen and in the dining room.
Why not dress up the basics in your kitchen? The elongated necks on these oil and vinegar containers make mixing salad dressing an elegant affair. The design is so distinctive they deserve to be out on display beyond mealtime. Keep these works of art on the table for everyday enjoyment.
Hand-crafted spice jars like these add a colorful touch to a kitchen shelf, desk or bathroom sink. Or remove the lids, and use them as petite vessels for cut flowers.
Oh dear, Mrs. Fields has been reading those cross-marketing books again. What's next? Cookie dough antacids.
How adorable is this floral doggie-shaped cookie jar from Plum & Bow? He will make guests think twice before snatching a snack.
Swap out your current canisters for something new like these ridged pieces. They’re so pretty that you could probably even use them in another room in the house.
A red cookie jar would be fun enough, but add this little squirrel on top, and it's cuteness overload.
I love a good black and white ceramic piece, and this one from Jonathan Adler is no exception. I love that it says “Secrets”!
Keep your most important possessions in this stoneware Brain Power Container. Featuring a unique printed design identifying regions of the brain and what senses and qualities were once thought to reside there, the container is perfect for storing items to satiate your most basic needs�ʉ�Ӊlike...
Brain Power Container
Rabbit hop. Show off your favorite collection in style this glass jar topped with the ceramic head of a happy little rabbit, ears and all. Fill with objets or display empty for a visual stunner.Glass jar comes with ceramic lidShips in 1-2 weeks
How cute are these little spice jars? You can write your own label on the chalkboard area. I'd like a few for cinnamon and my other most-used spices.
Well, that's one way to get the rustic look! These shakers are made from little logs, providing a hint of nature (and rustic cool) to any tabletop.
White enamelware with black trim has a vintage look, and the clean fresh look of this set keeps things up to date as well. Perfect for storing your baking needs in a cute and convenient way.
Wooden Tea Chest
Made from reclaimed 100% oak wine barrels, this serving platter dresses up any table setting with a rich, natural color for any occasion. Use it as a cheese board or to serve appetizers or even display fruit. Simple and elegant. This serving platter is definitely a party pleaser.
This fun and functional lunchbox also makes a darling accessory. Use it for storage in your kitchen or office and let it bring a smile to your face every time you use it.
Sandwich Lunch Box
These groovy little bird salt and pepper shakers will bring some Partridge Family style to your dinner table.
This crate is great for keeping your eggs from rolling around while you start a recipe, but it works just as well for holding jewelry or organizing other small trinkets. Dishwasher safe. Comes in Sky or White. 5.5"L, 7.5"W.
Find an original way to display your jewelry and other precious items in a glass jar. Hang your pearl necklace on the hook of the anchor and sail away.
Encased Jewelry Case
Kitchen storage never looked better than this stylish Salix ceramic jar with a cork lid, designed by Swedish artist Stig Lindberg in 1954. I'd be tempted to display it in the living room or bedroom too — it would be great for keeping jewelry and other odds and ends.
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