There is something so satisfying about a storage canister, sure call me crazy but they are just so snug, tactile and useful! I have a bizarre mixture at home, orange shiny ones that were my mums, an Orla Kiely ceramic and wood brown one from my sister, cut glass with stoppers and speckled pottery all sit together. Here are a few other kitchen storage jars that I wouldn’t mind clustered on my counter…
These trio are very pleasing, the tactile white ceramic pot is finished nicely with wood and leather lids.
For more strokable texture, below are storage pots that came from the Summertime range by Hornsea Pottery, made between 1962 and 1964.
These smoky objects are by Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen. The oak lidded bowls come in ceramic, clear and smoky glass. Quite beautiful.
Lovely and simple, and labelled so no confusion! The minimal text and glossy white vessels works really well. I believe they come in black too, for that gothic kitchen vibe.
The endlessly pleasing triangle motif wraps around these storage pots. Light wooded lids fit just so.
A quirky shape and those great 80s colours of grey, yellow and black. I like the cork lids too!
Jolly patterned, again with a cork lid, these storage jars look substantial.
Mango wood lids, a hint of colour through the glaze and twirly knobs! A nod to Arts and Crafts, they would make a happy edition to the home.
What a pleasing collection! Geometric black lines carve up the white space, all wonderfully different but all working so well together.
An finally a little neon to brighten the day. That retro Nordic feel sits together with a grounding of grey.
Just another opportunity to add some personality to the kitchen!