Lately, most of the prettiest kitchens I've seen feature open shelving. Of course, they also have chic storage containers and artfully displayed dishes. If you're working on your own open shelving display, these food storage containers are worth a look.
Of course, even if you're not, they're nice ways to store jewelry, craft supplies, and all sorts of other small items.
- Teak and glass honey jar, $38 at Terrain.
- Chanto stackable containers by Takumi Shimamura, $98 a piece at Luminaire.
- Keep square jar by Sagaform, $24 at Scandinavian Design Center.
- Glass jars by Pentagon Design for iittala, $24-$60 at Unica Home.
- Sagaform Retro storage jar, $46 at Huset.
- Bamboo and stoneware canisters, $25 (usually $80) for set of 3 at Williams-Sonoma.
- Ljust red jar with lid, $7 at Ikea.
- Large Utilitarian Ceramic Jar, handmade by Ben Fiess, $100 at Gretel.
(Images: As linked above.)