SFMK:: HOME – Apothecary Jars!

Tucking away small trinkets and other items that you don’t want just laying around – read: buttons for clothing! Cotton balls!  Q-tips! –  can be tricky.  Especially if you need those items from time to time and don’t want to go hunting high and low for them.  If you’ve experienced the frustration that comes with having thousands of buttons overflowing from a box in your dresser drawer, welcome to my world – or should I say, my old world.  You see, in my “new world”, I store these little items in Apothecary Jars and my world is now brighter and less cluttered.

Apothecary Jars are not only great for storing the above mentioned items, but they’re also great for displaying unique and fun items in a truly creative way.  I’ve seen fake fruit (as well as real fruit) placed inside these jars and put on display on a table.  They’ll be a great conversation accent to any room you place them in and you’ll constantly think of new ideas of what to place inside them.  Truly, they are a relatively inexpensive piece that will add much to your home’s style.

(c) 2011, Target - Apothecary Jar: Large
(c) 2011, Target - Apothecary Jar: Tall
(c) 2011, Crate & Barrel - Delfina Large Covered Jar
(c) 2011, Pier 1 Imports - Apothecary Jars (extra small, small, medium)
(c) 2011, West Elm - Apothecary Jars
(c) 2011, West Elm - Stacked Apothecary Jars
(c) 2011, Pottery Barn - PB Classic Glass Apothecary Jar (small, large, extra large)
(c) 2011, Williams-Sonoma - Short Spire Apothecary Jar, Plain
(c) 2011, Williams-Sonoma - Footed Apothecary Jar, 14"
(c) 2011, Save On Crafts - 20" Heavy Green Glass Apothecary Jar

If you have any questions or need any help with shopping, email me at: shopformekate(at)yahoo(dot)com


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