|Patrick J. Hamilton recently styled a space for a charity event using a stunning modern yellow Temple Jar from Bungalow 5. The pedestal was made by The Alpha Workshops, the screen from Lazy Susan, and the wall covering from Koroseal.|
My Guest Picks at Houzz this month feature a ton of affordable Temple Jars i every color and style, from trad to mod. Take a look, I'm sure you'll find something you like.
|My Guest Picks at Houzz - Also check out Lily Gahagan's article on how to use Temple Jars|
In the meantime, here's a round up of images to inspire you to use Temple Jars! Or do tell us if you already have them, and where you use them.
|Mary McDonald tucks Temple Jars under a table|
|Tobi Fairley makes them look mod and fresh|
|Mary McDonald rocks yellow Temple Jars|
|Everyone loves blue and white - via The Hunted Interior|
|Oscar de La Renta rocked them in the 1970's|
|Trad blue and white mixed with mod furnishings - You can do it|
|This one was found at the Goodwill - Keep your eye out|
|Arrange them on a side board or entry hall table|
|I saw this one at a local antique place here in New Orleans called Dop - It's a huge warehouse that you must visit when you come here - He has several and they are big and 275. each|
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