Apothecary jars? Who doesn’t have one or two somewhere in their home? We use them for storage and displays. They’ve become increasingly popular over the past few years because they serve two purposes: they are both attractive and useful. These jars can make the ordinary extraordinary.
We use them in our laundry room for buttons, laundry soap, ribbons. Our bathrooms for candles, soaps, Epsom salt, bubble bath, hand towels and in our kitchen for faux fruits and vegetables, nuts, pasta, beans, cookies … what these terrific jars do is add a decorative touch to your counters and shelves, and the possibilities are endless.
Now here is a new purpose for apothecary jars and I just couldn’t get enough of them. One of my favorite home decor boutiques, Trims in Edgemont Village creates each one individually and each one is spectacular, making it hard to only buy one.