Use Candy Jars for Kitchen Storage Reminiscent of a candy shop, a row of candy-filled jars lines the countertop in this kitchen. You can find these gallon-size penny candy jars online, or check restaurant supplies shops. They're good for storing dry cereals, pet foods, and salty snacks, too Kitchens Interiors, Candies Jars, Kitchens Decor, Decor Kitchens, Kitchen Storage, Interiors Design Kitchens, Handy Kitchens, Candy Jars, Kitchens Storage
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Decorative brackets dress up open shelving while molding edges keep items from falling. Home centers and online sources sell a variety of similar brackets. Or try brackets made from cast iron, painted to match or accent the shelves.
Careful planning makes this pantry a storage success. Jars and baskets were purchased to fit the shelves. Packages of dry goods can be transferred to air-tight jars, which all line up perfectly along the shelves, eliminating the challenge of trying to configure packages of different sizes.
I loved this idea. Jennifer got a few glass apothecary jars (HomeGoods, Marshall’s, and TJ Maxx sell these for under $15) and filled them with kitchen stuff like granola, pretzels, and cookies. Such a chic way to dress up any counter. - JAS [What about this idea for bathroom essentials???]