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Friday, July 13, 2012

Store to Abode Fridays #18 - glass bottles

So you have a bunch of bottles and you want to mix things up for summer, but you're not sure exactly how you can display your collection? 

On today's Store to Abode Fridays, we're looking at some easy decorating ideas to help reuse your collection for the summer months.

Five summery suggestions after the jump.

Here was my inspiration photo.  Several dealers at The Old Lucketts Store carry bottles like the ones shown here.

Bottles from dealer JAN's pavilion outside

Here are a few ideas for displaying your bottles this summer.

{1}  A beautiful outdoor place setting featuring a set of bottles with sprigs of lavender.

{2}  Fill your bottles with beach treasures.  I love how bottles were used to display driftwood and a  collection of beach sand the owners collect each time they visit a new beach.  What a great tradition to start this summer.

Source: bhg.com via Lucketts on Pinterest

{3}  Simple yet sophisticated.  This is the ultimate easy use-what-you-have decorating idea.  Here is a cute vase set that can be filled with cuttings from the garden, herbs, and any leaves that look interesting.

Charming Vase Set $29 - via Shop Lucketts

{4}  Summer outdoor lighting courtesy of some mason jars and tea lights.

{5} Place your bottles in a windowsill and let the summer light stream in.

How to you display or use your bottle collections in the summer?  Leave a comment and let us know!

Have a great weekend everyone!

Thanks for joining us for Store to Abode Friday.  If you want to see other products we typically sell in the store and how you can decorate with them, click on the picture below.

1 comment:

  1. Such an interesting post. We can use these glass bottles and vials to preserve various things and can store medicines into it. They are used for storage of cutting of herbs as it provide less quantity of heat and preserve that for long.


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