Best Apothecary Jars | with lids

An apothecary jar may remind you of the medicine class, as it is the ideal container for the liquid fate ingredients you need for the Snape class. But then again, if you’re a Potterhead who plans to close Hogwarts-themed weddings, you know that apothecary jars can serve other purposes as well.
For example, you can turn these glass beauties on the table for your wedding reception into a breathtaking focal point. Save on Crafts offers you reasonable prices for the best apothecary jars and other wedding necessities. That being said, you don’t have to worry about going overboard on your budget. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.

Bico Handcrafted Porcelain Iridescent

$21.99

SheeChung Apothecary Jars Set

$11.99

Clear Plastic Apothecary Jars

$28.99

4oz Small Glass Favor Jars

$15.99

Premium Quality Apothecary Jars

$20.99

Mantello Glass Apothecary Jars

$49.99

Apothecary Jar for Cotton Swabs, Rounds, Balls,

$12.99

Diamond Star Clear Glass Print with Number Apothecary Jars

$43.99

Simply Elegant Set of 3 Clear Glass Apothecary Jars

$52.99

Premium Quality Apothecary Jar

$12.99

apothecary jars with lids

As someone who has a constant “itch” for decorating and rearranging, classic and versatile pieces are the key to affordably satisfying this unusual habit. Apothecary jars are like trays that you decide to fill with, they immediately take on a structured, intentional look. In this post, I am going to take you through 16 easily achievable styles. The possibilities are endless and with each season comes new opportunities to style these classic lid jars.

One of my favorite ways to style my apothecary jar is to set the season in a little vignette in a jar. Since winter, I kept a bed of evergreen trees, with a few pine cones and piles of rocks on top. Similarly, in spring, you can use algae with bird nests, or in summer, use sand with shells and sea glass. Trying to create a snapshot of the year in the glass instantly sets the seasonal tone for the house.

apothecary jars bathroom

Apothecary jars in the bathroom are perfect for making elegant items look elegant. In addition to cotton balls and cue-tips, you can use a makeup brush or a long jar for decorative soap.

So it’s more of a jar with a lid, but the same idea applies. I put these in the small decorative items collected in my guest bathroom. You can find this two-gallon, huge jar here. For other bathroom ideas, you can fill a jar with a sea sponge, or bath salt with a scoop. Since I don’t have them right away, you just have to imagine them.
Built with Apothecary Jars

There are many options for using apothecary jars in the kitchen. Currently, I have them as a focal point in our kitchens, filled with pears, apples, and lime to pop our colors in our otherwise neutral space.

You can use these to keep coffee beans, mint, or marshmallows at a drinking station as I did with my hot chocolate bar. If you missed my Hot Chocolate Bar post you can check it out here. Dried beans, pasta, sugar, flour all make great fillers in the kitchen.

Another fun, colorful way to empty some pantry space is to add some treats to them. I like to treat jars with wrapped candy, but if you still have a lot of Halloween candy like me, it also looks nice to be stuck in a family of one color per jar.

Apothecary jar with candy

Since I keep my house quite neutral, I rely on flowers, plants, and other natural elements to bring some warmth to my spaces. Apothecary jars do not have to be filled to be beautiful. Downstairs, I just placed a spring of green inside each jar from one of our bushes in the yard. I like how they look at the side of the light, flowing through the window.

Arguably the most common way to style apothecary jars is to buy a “filler” bag. Petals, petals, and balls of different shapes and textures are easy to find and can quickly achieve an integrated look.

What are apothecary jars used for?
A small, covered jar, formerly used by pharmacists to hold pharmaceuticals, is now mainly used in households to hold spices, candy, cosmetics, etc., and is sometimes decorated as a lamp or flower vase.

Are apothecary jars outdated?
The modern apocryphal jar with its handwritten label is now obsolete for commercial use, replaced by a more durable plastic replica and computer filing system.

What do apothecary jars contain?
A small, covered jar, formerly used by pharmacists to hold pharmaceuticals, is now mainly used in households to hold spices, candy, cosmetics, etc., and is sometimes decorated as a lamp or flower vase.
What are apothecary bottles called?
A medicine jar, drug jar, or apothecary jar is a jar used to hold medicine. Medicine jars were commonly used in hospital apothecary stores. Medicinal jars are an important category of famous Dutch and English porcelain utensils known as Delftware.

What are apothecary bottles called?
A medicine jar, drug jar, or apothecary jar is a jar used to hold medicine. Medicine jars were commonly used in hospital apothecary stores. Medicinal jars are an important category of famous Dutch and English porcelain utensils known as Delftware.

The bottle line

Whenever I organize a party or gathering, I always collect baskets, trays, and baskets to display food and beverages, and other items. We are always dragging our piles of coolies, imposing them on the people, and secretly hoping that they will take them home. Since the fall of 2012, we’ve successfully delivered I don’t even know how many wedding cues and we still have a ton. Displaying them in a clean jar next to drinks makes them more visible and provides a nice way to display pieces of essentially thin foam.

Like many people, I save wine cork. While I can’t fully board the “Survive” night with an empty bottle display with a line of cabinets at the top, the corks in the apothecary jar read more “Exquisite-Tuscan” and less “college-apartment”. They also look good mixed with other clear glass jars shown in my butler’s pantry here. “

If you have several empty jars in storage or are sitting empty on a shelf, I hope these ideas help you start thinking about how you can style all the space in your home. If you don’t have an apothecary jar or are now sure you need them for each room, here are some affordable sets and options to get you started:

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