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Mason Jar Bathroom Orginizer

This project will only take you the time it takes to track down a great mason jar and a glass insulator.

What do you get when you combine a mason jar and a glass insulator? A great option for bathroom storage.

What is a glass insulator you might ask. Glass or ceramic insulators were made to attach to the top of telegraph and electricity poles to keep the wires from touching the wood poles (because that would result in a fire). Blue, green, and clear seem to be the more common colors (at least where I shop).

What do you get when you combine an antique mason jar and an insulator? Great Bathroom storage.

After finding this great square mason jar (I just love that it’s square!) I found an insulator that matched and fit in the mouth of the mason jar, it did have a small chip on it but I thought it gave it a little more character. The mason jar stores cotton balls and the insulator stores q-tips (The Hubs loves his q-tips).

What do you get when you combine a great mason jar and an antique insulator? Amazing Bathroom Storage.

What do you get when you combine a great mason jar and an antique insulator? Amazing Bathroom Storage.

Like I said this is a super quick way to add some vintage charm and some storage to your bathroom. Just writing this post makes me want to go antiquing and find some fun new stuff. Maybe I can squeeze some in…maybe not…Its the first game of the season for The Hubs and I’s Alma Mater, so we have a huge weekend of college football planned. What are y’all up to?

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5 comments on “Mason Jar Bathroom Orginizer

  1. Katie
    September 4, 2015

    This is such a good idea!! I have so many mason jars that I can def use like this! Love it!

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  2. Danielle Dortch
    September 4, 2015

    Oh my goodness, this is so stinking cute! And I would have never thought to put those two products together to make one super helpful item!

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    • vintagefrontier
      September 7, 2015

      Thanks Danielle, if you cant find an insulator, a votive candle holder will work.

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  3. DIY Just Cuz (@diyjustcuz)
    September 14, 2015

    Oh those colors are beautiful! I love what you did with those insulators! Thanks for sharing this at the Welcome Home Wednesday’s link party. I really hope we see you again next week!

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    • vintagefrontier
      September 16, 2015

      Thanks so much. I am glad you like them. I love looking up in my bathroom in the morning when I am getting ready and seeing it. Thanks for hosting the link up its so much fun, you’ll be seeing me around, I’m sure. 🙂

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