Say hello to your new favorite kitchen decorating ideas.
Mason Jar Chandelier
Let this Mason jar chandelier illuminate your workspace, while adding country style to your kitchen.
Keep tissues at the ready with these cute tissue dispensers. Add the colors of your kitchen to the jars’ exteriors to maintain your color scheme. Feeling extra creative? You could also fill with Clorox wipes to easily wipe down counters.
Add visual interest to that pesky spot above your cabinets by showcasing three clear Mason jars. The light above it will shine through the clear glass and help cast a soft glow in your kitchen.
Salt and Pepper Shakers
Turn small jars into cute salt and pepper shakers by poking some holes in the lid, labeling them, and lightly distressing them.
Mason Jar Wall Organizer
Keep your kitchen utensils organized in this Mason jar wall unit, complete with a wooden back made of reclaimed barn wood.
Mason Jar Pantry
Store dry goods in quart-sized Mason jars for a cute and fun way to organize your pantry.
Hanging Herb Planters
Grow herbs right inside your kitchen using these vertical herb planters. Simply hang them from coat hooks using wire.
Ideal for the finger food at your next dinner party, this toothpick dispenser can be made by simply poking holes in the lid of a small jar.
Trade in your spice rack for a spice drawer, equipped with the labeled mason jar tops.
Chalkboard Mason Jars
Paint a small section of your Mason jars with chalkboard paint to create labeled countertop storage.
Break out these condiment dispensers at your next barbecue for easy-to-dispense toppings.
Use decals to turn Mason jars into countertop storage for flour, sugar, or baking soda.
Ditch your store-bought plastic soap dispenser and make your own with this simple DIY.
Color Coded Glassware
Color code your glassware by adding balloons to the bottom. Kids will particularly love picking their favorite color from the bunch.
Take Your Drink To-Go
This sweet Mason jar tumbler works for cocktails, iced coffee, or even flavored water.