10 Ideas for Decorating with Apothecary Jars

Prepare yourselves for some apothecary jar cute-ness. I just love apothecary jars. sigh. They come in so many different shapes and sizes – from straight and tall to round and curvy. Plus, they are so versatile – just change out what’s inside for any different occasion or season. I have a couple different ones myself and have yet to do much with them. So I’m rounding up a few ideas on how to decorate with them. Hopefully they’ll inspire me to get moving on decorating with mine and give you some ideas too! Here they are – a mix of seasonal, everyday and organizational ideas.

Summery Apothecary jar filled with sand and shells from Centsational Girl

Love the beachy look for summer.

Succulent Apothecary Jar from A Soft Place to Land

Succulents are so easy to take care of (I haven’t killed mine yet!)
and add a little greenery to your home.

Classy bathroom organization

What a pretty idea for the bathroom – apothecary jars holding soaps or
necessities like Q-tips, cotton balls, etc.

Cupcake wrapper storage

This is more of a cookie jar, but it’s cute and colorful!
It would look great displayed in the kitchen.

Dried Beans and Fall Berries from BHG

An easy and elegant fall decoration and it could work with any seasonal branch.
Dried beans make for a great base filler – try coffee beans for a yummy aroma.

Wine corks and pine cones from Songbird

Wine cork display and pine cones. Pine cones work for fall or
add some epsom salt for snow and it works for winter too.

Christmas scene in a jar from Sissie’s Shabby Cottage

Very pretty holiday jars.

Holiday decor with candles and ornaments

This is much better than trying to fill the entire jar with ornaments.

Easter grass and Eggs in a Jar from January Hart

Great idea for Easter! Love the bow on top too.

Spring nest in a jar from Kami at No Biggie

Another bow. Adorable spring decor.

Other Ideas:

Summer: lemons, limes

Fall: pumpkins/gourds, acorns, leaves, candy corn

Winter: ornaments, gingle bells, candy canes

Celebrations: Use for your candy buffet – add a label and pretty ribbon

General: nail polish, ribbon, fabric scraps
any collection of small things – buttons, vintage keys, etc.

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