Updated: Jun 18, 2020
Kitchen is the heart of the home. Our home starts to come together and represent our style more and more with time, I love developing little corners and areas that I keep coming back to. In my kitchen so far,I am still working and looking for a comfy sofa to that I can make that my favourite places to plonk myself whether its first thing in the morning or like right now with my laptop perched on my lap and a warm mug of tea next to me, I have been imaging to gravitate to it time and time again.
Storage is additionally one thing that I really love and need heaps for my storage with grand floor to ceiling doors and what seems to be endless amounts of storage, It has turned in to a bit of a project for me to get it as organised and functional as doable. At first we just dumped everything inside and closed the door, ignorance was bliss. But sure enough, where I once thought it was my own personal Narnia that couldn't possibly ever get full, it didn't take long before opening those big grand door became a matter of life and death, you didn't understand what was going to come tumbling out!
I had been exploring for the perfect storage jars for a while but I kept finding a lot of them were too 'shabby chic' for my vogue or my kitchen style, therefore I eroded the web to find the perfect fit. They needed to have a diameter in order to fit into my storage racks so it was quite a search at first but I stumbled across these in the most unlikely place and the fact that they came in different heights was exellent for all the different ingredients that needed storing.
There are some things to keep an eye on, you want to be sure to refill the jars when you have finished all the contents inside and even give them a run good washing up before replenishing, so that the bottom contents doesn't keep having newer ingredients popped on top and allowing the bottom to go off. For this reason we have a box for our refills that are ready to go when I start showing signs of running out. I also noted someone mentioning that flour is needed to be in an air tight container.
Ive always kept mine in its original bag even after opening and never had any issues because we tend to go through it quick enough, I love simple yet traditional design of these particular glass containers also plaining to add chalk board labels on them to make these super versatile and easy to change the kitchen needs
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