|Photography and Styling by Barbara Jordan Dettweiler Haus Design|
They are ideal for filling that awkward space above an armoire...
and in this case add a bit of color.
These bottles give off such a great "old pharmacy" look.
|Allison Jaffe Interior Design|
The ideal advertisement for how to use vintage Linen Haus products in a modern day interior - an old olive oil bottle and dough bowl. I think this looks absolutely beautiful!
The archaeological feel of these bottles make such an elegant collection on this mantel.
One large bottle stands on its own in this curiosities-filled landing area.
This entry, featured in the latest issues of Lonny Magazine, makes a stunning statement with the oversized bottle as the centerpiece.
There are so many elements to admire in this French space! The glass bottle gives it some shine and adds one more texture to the vignette. Beautiful!
They blend beautifully with other glassware, beach inspired items and sentimental objects.
|Pearhouse Designs via Cote de Texas Blog|
This display cabinet is the perfect spot for a grouping of vintage seltzer bottles.
What a welcoming way to light up your front steps at your next dinner party. :)
|Cheryl Womack and Alison Womack Jowers|
Such a fun color!
If the shapes are interesting, they look great simply sitting empty on an island like this one.
They are also beautiful used as vases.
The use of beakers combined with the bottles is clever, and adding the greenery is simple and beautiful.
Do you like to use bottles in decor? If so, how do you use them?