College and coffee go together like bacon and eggs. Dress up a pair of inexpensive mugs with a fun permanent marker design, and keep coffee-making essentials on hand. If your dorm rules don't allow hot plate-style coffee pots, bring a French press or pod-style coffee maker. Glass jars are the perfect storage containers for beans and sugar.
Glass storage jars let toiletries with interesting shapes or textures become part of the decor. In a space-saving move that doesn't scrimp on luxury, the soaking tub fits neatly inside the walk-in shower area.
Joanna adds some of the functional and decorative touches in the new laundry room. She added items for helping with organization such as glass apothecary style jars for storing detergent, clothes pins, and dryer sheets.
Mirrors double as medicine cabinets for more storage in this charming bathroom. On the countertops, glass apothecary jars make even the most mundane items (cotton balls, extra washcloths) into something special.
Clear glass or plastic storage containers help keep cereal and other essentials fresh. Another bonus? They take up less space than boxes do, and add dorm room style to boot. Dress them up with stick-on paper or chalkboard labels.
White linens and a silver tray with glass jars for toiletry items give this stylish bathroom a hotel-inspired look, while a single cabinet beneath the shelves provides a concealed spot to store extra knickknacks.
Skip a standard vase and use beautiful old containers instead. Antique tins, teapots, pitchers and storage containers, like this pressed-glass biscuit jar, make charming stand-ins for a modern vase while adding a hand-me-down touch of family history to your table.