Thursday, February 28, 2013

Temple Worship

There are certain things that have remained decorative accessories for centuries. One of my favorites is the Temple Jar. Once the province of rich granny types, the Temple Jar has made a comeback at affordable price points, and in simple modern colors.

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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1 comment:

  1. via FB

    Stunning,,,I am so ready for color!

    Susan

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