We’ve long been fans of blue painter’s tape, which we’ve used to plan our space, not to mention make unexpected artworks (our favorite being this visionary abstract work created on a window). Now we’re smitten with the labels Maria Robledo made for her jars of staples. Her walk-in pantry houses a lovely collection of vessels, wine glasses, cookbooks, standing mixer and pantry staples. The blue tape adds a curiously charming touch, a livelier spin on the hand-written masking tape labels I’ve seen in farm houses.
Each jar has a pleasing character of its own, and the consistency of the BLUE makes for calm signs, rather than a barage of words.
We’ve rarely seen jars of grains look so pretty.