Bring some color inside

…with salt cellars and plants

vintage salt cellars
Vintage and Collectible Salt Cellars

We have a wonderful collection of salt cellars and small bottles that are absolutely perfect for creating a little ‘life’ in your fall and holiday decor.

Small Bottles…

Consider adding a wee bit of soil or moss to the bottom of an exquisite cut glass salt cellar, then adding a tiny plant. There are even small bulbs that can root in one of these.

Shades of blue and clear glass bottles - beautiful on a window sill - Bahoukas in Havre de Grace
Just a small grouping of our collection of old bottles

In the bottles, add a bit of water and a sprig of ivy to create a bit of ‘life’ on a shelf or table.

Here’s a beautiful example from The Farmhouse Project

… even dried flowers

You can also add some wonderful dried flowers – a stalk or two of lavender for example – to add a beautiful bit of nature to your decor.

The whimsy of summer flowers in a variety of collectble, colored jars at Bahoukas in Havre de Grace

Visit The Glitter Guide for 3 beautiful ways to decorate with dried flowers and bottles.

beautiful containers with simple dried additions
make for a simple statement

Here at Bahoukas Antique Mall we have a variety of salt cellars, tiny dishes, tea cups, bottles (large and small) and even planters to help you bring a bit of the outdoors in. And yes, We’ll be watchin’ for ya!

Salt Cellars

early to mid-1900s Cut Glass & Crystal

An array of cut glass and crystal salt cellars at Bahoukas

Do you use Himalayan Salt and possibly buy it in a bulk bag? We have a wonderful selection of salt cellars to use on your table setting with your Himalayan Salt.

These pieces also make great candle holders, excess coin collectors, and even for toothpicks. What might you be able to use one or two of these beautiful, tiny dishes for?

Wondering how to tell the difference between cut glass and crystal? It can be a challenge. But CLICK HERE for a post that might help when you’re shopping your favorite antique stores. Of course, the top of your list is Bahoukas, right?

Stop by Bahoukas Antique Mall & Beer MuZeum soon. Yep, we’re always watchin’ for ya!