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Good, Better, Best: Glass Display Jars

Glass canisters are an elegant and versatile addition to just about any room. You can use them to store anything from sugar and flour to drinking straws and cotton balls. Or you can fill them with something purely decorative — like seashells, beads, and found objects — and use the jars as accent pieces. There are hundreds of styles out there, but here are three great glass display jars I've found at three different price points.

Good: I love the simple and slightly retro feel of these two Montana Glass Jars with Lids ($14.99 and $19.99) in the kitchen or bathroom.

Two even better glass display jars, so

Better: Offering a more regal vibe, these Z Gallerie Apothecary Jars ($34.95 and $39.95) would look great empty or full.

Best: I love the hand-blown glassware from Simon Pearce, and these
Arlington Canisters ($150 to $230) are both stunning and practical. The jars come in three sizes designed for flour, coffee, or sugar.

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efahey efahey 8 years
I really love the glass jars that seal shut; i use them in the bathroom to keep things airtight and avoid shower moisture and they still look pretty! http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/40065867
efahey efahey 8 years
I really love the glass jars that seal shut; i use them in the bathroom to keep things airtight and avoid shower moisture and they still look pretty!http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/40065867
megafie megafie 8 years
I have 3 that look like the best ones, only mine are fatter. I keep my pretty teas in the 2 smaller ones and the big one is full of fortune cookies! I think it's really cute.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
I don't like glass jars. I think they'd be cuter if they were white.
karolinaw81 karolinaw81 8 years
I found that Ikea makes glass canisters like that. They are quite similar to the first picture but a lot cheaper. Mine work great in the kitchen!
mellafe mellafe 8 years
wow, those are expensive. I bought these really cute ones the other day, they were about 4 bucks each. :p COOKIES!
omeletqueen omeletqueen 8 years
I actually love the first ones for kitchen staples - flour, sugar, pasta, nuts -
mlmoreno47 mlmoreno47 8 years
I thought the same thing neekoh! I like the 'better' ones the most
Neekoh Neekoh 8 years
The first ones remind me of a doctor's office too much. Especially if you fill them with cotton balls!
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
I have a bazillion seashells from Europe, Fiji, and Canada's East Coast and these are the perfect things for them to be showed off in!
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