{ Image via The Glitter Guide, Home Tour of Krystal from This Time Tomorrow }

It has seemed that for years the go to decorative accent has always been a bowl of some form filled with balls or orbs of some form or another.  “I just don’t know what to put here!?”  well the answer usually ended up a bowl full of balls.  I know I’m guilty of it.  Well now I think the Bell Jar or Cloche is quickly taking it’s place.  Thank goodness… it’s time for a change right?  The beauty of the bell jar is that you can put anything under them & it instantly gives the item enclosed importance.  I recently found one in our crawl space.  An big, old, heavy glass one & I am dying to use it somewhere.  I’m thinking it is going to live in our hutch once it is built.  I know you guys think I’m lying when I say “I recently found this ______ in my attic” but seriously, I really do find these things!  I bet you would too… You just have to be willing to dig! 

Bell jar love - nice centre piece.x Frame what you want........
{ Image via Lonny Mag }

Die letzten Rosen

{ Image via Herz-Allerliebst a beautiful blog from Germany }

{ Image via Porch Light Interiors }

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{ Image via Pinterest… with another lost link… }

{ Image via The Neo Traditionalist }
Bell jar used in the centerpiece
{ Image via Greige Design }
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How great to display your children’s toys… Love this idea for a boy’s room.
Bell jar sculpture by Lucas
{ Sculpture by Lucas Mongiello… but anyone could totally DIY this }

Here are some sources for Bell Jars:

{ Crate & Barrel $59.95 }
{ Z Gallerie $69.95 }
Set of 2 Glass Cloche Bell Jars (16" &11.5" ) $25
{ Save on Crafts $25 for a set of 2! Great Source, btw… }

I had a bell jar.  This is what I get for writing a post about it.  I am so upset!