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Mason Jars In Home Decor

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There are many different ways of using a simple thing as a Mason jar in home decor. It is a versatile container that can also be a lamp, a vase, a planter, and a variety of other things. Most of these things are doable and are quite easy. But they also look great and decorative.

Mason jar is a great material for making lights. It acts as a lamp shade and can even make for an entire chandelier. It can also act as a candle holder indoors, outdoors, on the table, above the table, on the windowsill and anywhere in the house.

The jars can be painted if you want to get a cetain light effect or simply colored light.

Storage is what Mason jar was made for. Use multiple uniform Mason jars in the kitchen or pantry to store and organize various products. Use Mason jars in the bathroom to store small products such as cotton buds and make up brushes. Organize working space using Mason jars to store pens and other supplies.

In need for multiple flower vases or planters? Mason jars can easily replace them. They can also be decorated or painted to achieve a more alluring look. You can also create a mini terrarium out of a Mason jar.

Serve drinks in Mason jars or dispense them from a Mason jar drink dispenser. The one on the left is available at Pottery Barn. It is a great way to serve drinks to a big number of guests. The sturdy jars make for great party tableware and can be decorated with fresh fruit, decorative straws and stickers.

Use Mason jar to create holiday decorations be it Halloween, Christmas or Thanksgiving. There are many ways to turn simple jars into festive home accessories that will bring holiday spirit to the house.

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