Simple Spice Storage


I'm currently in the middle of redoing my smaller kitchen that I want to function like a well-planned galley. I'm also trying to spend as little as possible to do it! Here's what I whipped up to create a functional and stylish little storage system for salt, kosher salt, powdered sugar, etc. (Everything above the counters will be white and fresh in my space, but you could use it for "colorful" spices
Inexpensive spice jars hung with nails and floral wire.
Inexpensive spice jars hung with nails and floral wire.
Functional pretty.
Functional pretty.
Shown: Two different wire thicknesses. Either with work.
Shown: Two different wire thicknesses. Either with work.
Floral wire twist around jar next to form a loop for hanging.
Floral wire twist around jar next to form a loop for hanging.
Use a paint marker to label the lids.
Use a paint marker to label the lids.
Freckled Laundry (Jami)

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

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  • Sarah Tyminski
    on Mar 30, 2016

    This is an adorable idea! Where did you get the spice jars?

    • Debra
      on May 2, 2016

      Her blog says she bought them at Save on Crafts, and has link to store site.

    • Ernie Mainland
      on Jul 6, 2016

      Any craft store such as Hobby Lobby.

    • MM
      on Jul 8, 2016

      Do you have a preference for white spices/powders only? .....just kidding!

    • The Snarky Princess
      on Jul 9, 2018

      Too funny I was thinking the same thing... " what's up with just white spices???"

  • Patriciasalisbury27
    on Nov 21, 2016

    One of the best storage ideas I have seen. But I am not familiar with "floral wire". Where would I buy it?

    • Chrystal Davis
      on Dec 14, 2016

      I've seen floral wire at Michael's and Joann's, but probably any craft store or store that has a decent craft section with silk flowers would have the floral wire.

    • B. Enne
      on Jan 19, 2017

      I've seen some in the past at Walmart, Dollarama and Dollar Tree.

    • Susan Acevedo
      on Mar 7, 2017

      Hobby lobby or any craft store that has a floral section

    • Patriciasalisbury27
      on Mar 8, 2017

      Thank you to everyone who responded to my question. I appreciate your thoughtfulness, and the answers really have helped me.

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  • M. K. M.
    on Feb 25, 2017

    Who knew spices could look so classy? Well done. I love it!

  • Linda Abate
    on Mar 12, 2018

    What a nice way to keep spices organized. I can see these being used in a sewing room for needles, pins, buttons or in a craft room for glitter, decorating brads, etc. The only thing I would do different, is perhaps use hooks that can be taken off without damaging your wall. Love your idea.

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