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    Default pretty, inexpensive cannisters

    so we have bitten the bullet and decided to have open shelving in the kitchen (don't tell me why i shouldn't do it! My mind is made up! )
    Where can i buy nice cannisters and the like to keep everything in? Nothing too sleek and modern, but not too kitsch and retro either. And not anything that costs the earth!

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    Ikea.

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    Ikea.
    Was my first thought as well.

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    Ikea definitely. Also try Freedom as they rotate their storage stuff fairly regularly so get reduced a lot.

    I'm a little addicted to www.larkmade.com.au too

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    Yep, I was coming in to say Ikea too. My whole pantry looks like a Tupperware catalogue, only it's all Ikea and cost about a tenth of the price. I use mostly clear plastic ones with white lids that you can pour out of. That way I can see the contents. They do sell a more cannister style too. Their catalogue is available online if you visit their website.

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    thanks guys I had a look at IKEA and they don't really have what I'm after. NancyBlackett, you will send me broke with that lark link

    hang on I'll go see if i can find the sort of thing I'm after

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    Are you wanting them all to match? How about a collection made up from ebay, garage sales, op shops etc. Could look kinda good if they were all different, but still similar enough. ie, similar shape but different material/colour. or similar colour/s, but different shapes.

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    Deals direct had a few different sorts a while back may be worth a look

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