Monday, July 11, 2016

Beautifully Contained


Let's just all stop a moment and admire this pearly white beauty of a cookie jar
with a glass doorknob pull.

Isn't she lovely?
I can imagine sticking my hand in for a wonderful homemade chocolate chip cookie.

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I spotted her awhile back at a friend's house and she's been haunting my dreams!

This led me on a search and I found that Mud Pie makes this wonderful cookie jar along with some other beauties you might want to incorporate into your kitchen.

Isn't the candy dish adorable? I love the spoon.kitchen containers, kitchen canisters, glass doorknob, white kitchen accessories, white serving dishes, serving dish, candy dish, ironstone, Mud Pie, kitchen containers, cookie jar

This veggie bowl is elegant but the spoon adds a whimsical flair.

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This salt and pepper set  would be fun in every season.

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So what have I gotten? 
My dad gave me a gift certificate a couple of weeks ago and this is what I got.

This canister set is now the crown jewel of my kitchen. :)


Do you have a canister set in your kitchen?
Here's the real question...do you use it?

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36 comments:

Kathleen Grace said...

These are all beautiful! I do not have pretty canisters. My canisters are odds and ends picked up here and there and stored in the pantry so my limited counter space stays as clear as possible.

Ramblings of a Southern Girl ~ Rhonda G said...

What a pretty canister! I would have been sold by the cute knob on top! So glad you were able to find them! Love Mudpie stuff... they have super cute clothing, too! :) ~Rhonda

Penny @ The Comforts of Home said...

I love Mud Pie. I have a little bowl with a spoon that says "Let's Salsa" for salsa...:-) I do have a flour and sugar glass canister - old Martha Stewart style, but I keep them in my pantry.

Lisa said...

I have bought some Mud Pe items but always for others! I haven't seen the canisters before but they are gorgeous! Glad you got them. They look amazing in your kitchen!

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Stacey, your canisters are so pretty! I love the products from Mud Pie. I used to have ceramic canisters on the counter several years ago; but, they ended up in the pantry...lol!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Love this, the glass knob is fabulous. Yes I do use a canister set, but they are in the pantry, not on the counter.

Kim said...

Love the canister...so fun and elegant. I used to have canisters on the counter when the kids were little, but now I just have one with candy in it...that no one ever opens. It's pretty though, I like to look at it! Yours is gorgeous. Off to peek!

Patty Marker said...

So pretty. I do have a canister set and I do actually use it. There have been many times when they were just to look at but we have limited counter space so everything must have a purpose..

Eilis said...

Well, I'd put them on the counter if they were as cute as those! Love the handles.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How pretty and I love that little wagon with the salt and pepper. I have some wicker canisters on my counter...just have some things stored inside. I don't really use them. But a cookie jar would be fun to have. Hugs, Diane

Simply LKJ said...

Mud Pie makes some really cute things. Love the sentiment spoons and such. We do have an old SL canister set on the counter, it holds our princesses doggie treats. LOL

Jeanie said...

Lovely -- especially the cookie jar! I used to have a cannister set but I had limited counter space and one time I got kitchen moths and that did it for the cannisters!

xinex said...

Very pretty items!....Christine

Amy at Ms. Toody Goo Shoes said...

Ooooh, I love that canister! I do have a couple in my kitchen, which are filled with tea bags, and Nespresso pods. Not nearly as fun as chocolate chip cookies!

Snickelfritz said...

I have an old red canister set I bought at an auction years ago and it's used practically every day.

Pam Richardson said...

Stacey, love the canisters! Mud Pie always has great stuff...and I do keep my canisters on the counter and I do use them! Happy Tuesday, Pam @ Everyday Living

Carole West said...

I don't have a canister set on my kitchen counter anymore but I do have a fun compost container neat the kitchen sink. I am on the hunt for a honey jar though. Love this canister I've been switching things over to all white and Love it.

Carole @ Garden Up Green

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Hmmm..I think I get emails from Mud Pie but I never open them! Look at what I have been missing! Your canister set is gorgeous. I do not have room for one on my counters but I love the idea of it. I use plain old plastic containers hidden away in the cellar pantry!

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Stacey, Ohhhh I love this cookie jar. Love the canister set too. I don't currently have canisters on my counter but to find some this pretty, would make me rethink having them again.
Love the candy dish and veggie bowl too. Those spoons are adorable.
xo

Snap said...

Mud Pie makes so many cute things. I have a set of mugs with Southern "Sayins". I really do like the white canisters with the knob tops. Very clean looking. My canisters were all hand thrown years ago and a gift from a dear friend.

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

So sweet and pretty, Stacey and the glass knob is fabulous!
I certainly do use a canister set, but they are in the pantry, not on my counter.

Junkchiccottage said...

Stacey,
I love mudd pie and have a lot of their stuff. So cute and pretty all in one. I want that cookie jar for my kitchen I am on the hunt. Have a great day.
Kris

Lisa @ Texas Decor said...

I know what you mean how something can haunt you until you find it. Just yesterday I was shopping and saw a pretty open weave cardigan that I loved. It would be perfect for our warm weather. I tried it on and everything, but then decided to put it back (even though they only had 3 of them) Well, I thought about it ALL DAY LONG and ended up going back that afternoon to get it. Thankfully, it was still there. :) Oh my goodness, I LOVE those canisters!!! I can certainly see why they're the crown jewel of your pretty kitchen. I have a set of canisters out on my counters and they have glass knobs too and I love that. They contain flour, sugar, and brown sugar and I use them all the time. I also have another set inside my pantry that I keep powdered sugar and tea in. I'm off to peek at all the mud pie pretties now. :)

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Very pretty....I have an antique canister set and the previous canister set is in the pantry...the antique French canisters are empty...they are just there to be pretty!!! :)

Cecilia Bramhall said...

Stacey,
Those are so pretty! I can see why you were haunted by it. Love the "Sweet Life" spoon. They really have some fantastic items but I think your canister set is my favorite!
Yes, I have a canister set and yes, I use them. The ones I have now have chickens on them and I have one my mom gave me many years ago with seed packet graphics on them. I'm not sure if I'll use those at the farm - I'm thinking of switching to glass ones.

Creations By Cindy said...

Oh I adore your beautiful canister set! If I had that OH YES I would use it and it would be out where everyone could see it! I still have some OLD red tupperware canister's and they are in my pantry! Somehow I managed to loose one piece of it years ago. But yes, they are filled to the brim in my pantry! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Angie Chavez at Knick of Time said...

I can see why you love those canisters so much - they are gorgeous!

Thanks for linking up at Talk of the Town!

taylorlisa said...

I can see why you love it. It's perfect, even without cookies inside.

thepaintedapron.com said...

I love love love Mud Pie things, they are always so cute!!!
Jenna

Debbie Stolle said...

Love your new canister set and all of the other unique and beautiful kitchen items. I DO have a canister set that is special to me. When I found it I had never seen them before but since I have at some boutiques but I was visiting the Biltmore Estate on a girls trip and was wandering through the little outdoor gift shop by the barns. I found the cutest measuring spoons that had shapes of roosters on them...also I see them around now but this was probably 10 years ago. The canister set is hammered copper with little brass handles on them. Love them forever~

Laurie said...

Beautiful pictures of your wonderful items!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I will have to check out Mud Pie's creations --they look very cute! I like your canister selection with its glass knob.
I have a walk in pantry so I store my flour and sugar, etc, in large snap lid plastic containers on my pantry shelf. I do have copper canisters on my kitchen counter but they are only decorative. I store string and bag ties and odds and ends in them.

Mary K.- The Boondocks Blog said...

Stacey these are all so pretty I have to admit my favorite is the salt and pepper shaker on the wagon. That is just adorable. Pinning and sharing.

Carol Lander said...

Stacey, although my pottery is white, I've been adding more white dishes and accessories. What is it about white that just makes everything pretty, farmhouse, and French? I'm going to check out that cookie jar for sure. Thank you for sharing your great ideas at Your Inspired Design Link Party

Angela Boone said...

I love everything you shared...now to find some money so I can buy all the things :) Thanks for sharing on Your Inspired Design.

Jaybird said...

Those are REALLY cute!!!! I do not have a normal canister set in my kitchen (Imagine that!!) I have two giant glass jars originally used for battery acid (in the early days of car manufacturing). My Dad found them (he made wooden tops for them too)and after a number of dishwasher washings, they are perfect for sugar and flour. Tea bags live in a huge 1/2 gallon blue canning jar, and cookies live in a 1 gallon pickle jar of indeterminate age! These jars are semi contained in a couple of old soda crates minus their dividers.
I am going to check out MudPie, to see if there is anything I "need".
Thank you so much for the inspiration!
Blessings,
J