The 10 Best storage jars
Clean up the clutter, put things in order and seal in the goodness with a selection of stylish containers...
1. Orla Kieley
Orla Kiely never fails to disappoint when it comes to homewares and her kitchen storage jars are no exception. You won't find a more stylish spaghetti jar than this.
2. Fridge Binz
Fridge contents aren't always the most organised of kitchen areas, but you can change all that with Fridge Binz, which come in all shapes and sizes.
3. A place for everything
From £8, aplaceforeverything.co.uk
These wicker pantry baskets with integral handles are fab for everything from vegetables to fruit to table linen, adding a touch of traditional elegance.
4. Cath Kidston
Need somewhere to store your baked treats? This set of tins will keep cakes, biscuits and sweets nice and fresh. Featuring Cath Kidston's Royal Rose print in a selection of pretty colours.
5. Oxo good grips
From £5.49, lakeland.co.uk
These stackable, space-efficient tubs have a unique push-button mechanism that creates an airtight seal with just one touch.
6. Big Tomato Company
Big Tomato Company's award-winning English Eccentrics tableware puts a tongue-in-cheek twist on everyday essentials.
As robust as they are stylish, the Presso storage jars can hold extremely hot or acidic contents without discolouring or breaking. Perfect for a contemporary kitchen.
8. Wild and Wolf
This ceramic storage canister with a wooden lid is part of the Aardvark collection, the creative project of Lesley and Pea, artists from St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex.
9. Dotcom gift shop
Fed up with having to open your storage jars to remember what's inside? This set of cream enamel canisters with vintage red lids have handy name labels for you to fill in.
10. Joseph Joseph
£3 for 2 for £32, josephjoseph.com
Made from 100 per cent melamine, these are durable and easy to clean. The lids have easy-to-grip handles; their seals keep food fresh for longer.
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