Look! Organizing With Vintage Containers

Look! Organizing With Vintage Containers

Sarah Coffey
May 15, 2008

Yesterday we wrote about organizing with vintage canisters, so today we thought we'd show a few ways that we use them around the house. We've always stored laundry quarters in a little dish - this one was my grandmother's. Click below for a few other ideas about how to use similar pieces...

My mom had this orange sugar bowl in our first house - I remember it from when I was a toddler. My husband hates it (it is pretty gaudy and seventies) but I've always loved the color.

We store kosher salt in the ramekin (not vintage) and use a Thomas Paul tray from Asrai Garden (also not vintage) to hold it all.

These coffee and tea canisters came from the Salvation Army, and we see similar things a lot in thrift stores. We use them to store phone chargers and laptop cords.

This yellow pitcher from GoodWill is one of our favorite pieces. We've used it for flowers, but right now it's storing our pens and markers.

How do you use vintage containers in your own home?

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