2,059 mason jar Kitchen Design Photos

Buckets of Burlap
Vintage Cupboard
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Old cupboard idea and use for mason jars
Have a storage area for parties, mason jars, tin cans for flowers, old sheets for tablecloths
with mason jars, florist's buckets, table linens, candles and serving containers. Save pretty old jars to use as glasses and washed-out tin cans to use as flower containers.
Collect thrifty party supplies. Avoid last-minute stress by keeping an entertaining cupboard well stocked with mason jars
mason jars, ottery in same color and the old milk carrier
17. Collect thrifty party supplies. Avoid last-minute stress by keeping an entertaining cupboard well stocked with mason jars, florist’s buckets, table linens, candles and
Avoid last-minute stress by keeping an entertaining cupboard well stocked with mason jars, florist’s buckets, table linens, candles and serving containers. Many times you don’t even need to buy these things — save pretty old jars to use as glasses, washed-out tin cans to use as flower containers and even
“Party accessories” — markhawkinsphoto
Buckets of Burlap
Vintage Cupboard
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love the blue mason jars..I have some lime this
station that’s just as pretty when not in use. Fill a few shelves on a bookcase or open cupboard with your favorite vases, pitchers, floral buckets, mason jars and a basket of supplies (twine, scissors, floral frogs), and you’ll never have to go scrambling for a vase again. For bonus style points, keep at
“blue jars on shelf” — kristinblinn
erinstreeter
Kitchen!
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We offer a similar product but with True Vintage Mason Jars. TheLampGoods.com
Barn Light Electric has mason jar lighting JUST like this! I love the look of the mason jars, so country and chic - and really you could hang them just about anywhere. Here's a link to their website: http://www.barnli
instead of mason jars. This WAS a dairy!
like the old Mason jar look
three mason jar clusters with round medallion/wood piece on ceiling
“Boyd's grandpa's lights” — mitchdorsey
Esther Hershcovich
Liz & John: Sutton, QC
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I like the jars on the counter
Glass storage jars. Want to try
Mason jars. The former “hillbilly wineglass” is now a kitchen mainstay. It’s affordable, available in most grocery stores and incredibly versatile. Use mason jars as candleholders to decorate a kitchen island or on the counter to display
Arranged next to a stove, jarred spices and commonly used ingredients eliminate the need to hunt down items when you're cooking. Everything's where it needs to be and in plain view.
Mason jars. The former “hillbilly wineglass” is now a kitchen mainstay. It’s
It’s affordable, available in most grocery stores and incredibly versatile. Use mason jars as candleholders to decorate a kitchen island or on the counter to display baked goods or snacks.
“Chessboard floor with coloured accents” — stampedaddressedenvelope
GPPhotographers
Tiny House in Portland
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when you put the mason jars above cabinets, do you simply glue the lids to the cabinet?
Dad did this with baby food jars for screws and bolts etc. - like the larger jars for my shed
leftovers in glass containers. Mason jars work great and are more attractive than plastic.
Overhead screw in jars and magnetic bar kitchen
Up top. Mason jar flower holder like at antique store saw this summer
mason jar spices hung on ceiling
Hang Madonna jars to store nails &
use magnets for jars as well quick & easy access & return
jars and knife rack in kitchen
spices are kept visible and accessible with mason jars screwed into the ceiling. Tammy says, "It's nice to see our stuff, because I tend to be pretty visual. If I throw stuff in the cabinet, I forget about it."Mason jars: Alberta Co-Op Grocery
“great forwoodshop” — McMunn and Yates Building Supplies
Kate
My Kitchen
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the stackable glass jars are fab, where might I find them?
storage glass jars and bowls for leftovers
Clear containers help make the most out of limited kitchen storage. Use Weck canning jars, Mason jars or glass containers to
and beans in glass jars in the pantry is easy, pretty and practical.
recycle large bulk jars to store dry foods. (like the bulk sundried tomatoes because i eat them enough!)
Wreck canning jars from crate and barrel for storage
kitchen storage. Use Weck canning jars, Mason jars or glass containers to store dry goods. This way you'll know exactly what you're grabbing without having to dig around in a tiny pantry.
use mason jars in pantry for open items - popcorn, grits, beans, etc.
“This iis exactly how I store by beans, pasta, and rice. Love it!” — Bonnie D Loubier Landscape Design
Northway Construction Services
Scandinavian Villa Kitchen
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The perfect blend of old and new with the combination of wood, stainless steel, granite, tile and nostalgic Mason jar light coverings.
Are those mason jars on the pendant lights?
We offer many similar mason jar lights too. Perhaps you don't have 'blue' in your room. TheLampGoods.com
Love the mason jar pendant lights! Sold somewhere
Light grey with maple tones. Mason jar light covers.
Hanging lights are ball jars. Cool.
“Idk” — pastorcee
Big Girls Small Kitchen
My Kitchen
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Glass jars to hold beans, rice, coffee and will all look great in open shelving.
duh - mason jars for storage - multi-use, decor, storage and food :)
use mom's blue mason jars and fill with items
Use mason jars for dry goods
Small kitchen tip: Mason jars are lifesavers in every part of the home. Pick up a box of these affordable storage
dried goods in the jar on a shelf
Love the idea of jars of sweeties
Dried beans in jar to make it look pretty
Message: I have lots of beans, flours, grains, dried fruits that I use....possible put them in glass jars on display, or in
Mason jars for storing dry goods
Small kitchen tip: Mason jars are lifesavers in every part of the home. Pick up a box of these affordable storage containers for your kitchen. Use them for dry goods, pickled foods, herbs and flowers. Q.
“LOVE the display of dried goods in the jar on a shelf” — Jennifer Carner Gregg
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