Top Ten: Salt & Pepper Shakers

Peter Dolkas
top-10-shakers-market-02 Get into the New York groove (sans building permits) by bringing in the deco glitz of these crystal Chrysler Building Shakers. $39, Kristen Grace
top-10-shakers-market-04 Designed by Danish designer Holger Nielsen, who famously got his start designing a bin for his wife's hair salon, this set features a painted aluminium base and ceramic grinders. Vipp 263 Salt & Pepper Set, $189, All Modern
top-10-shakers-market-09 These Cylinder Shakers are handmade in Seattle and are available in untreated copper and brass. Yeah, consider us won over. Cylinder Shakers, $52, Woonwinkel
top-10-shakers-market-03 Never brush grounds off your table linens again. The mill on this bottle shaped plastic set are at the top, so your spices stay in until you flip the bottle and grind. Norm Bottle Grinders, $60, Horne
top-10-shakers-market-01 We're totally digging the pearlescent natural shell finish of these shakers from one of our favourite Chicago based decor destinations. Shell Set, $20, Jayson Home
top-10-shakers-market-08 Even if you didn't ace ninth grade geometry, you can still make these metal shakers part of your nightly homework. Geometric Salt & Pepper Shakers, $35, Kate Spade Saturday
top-10-shakers-market-07 Heath Ceramics' classic bud vase is reinvented with the addition of a simple cork and small dispensing holes. Salt & Pepper, $45, Heath Ceramics
top-10-shakers-market-10 Your industrialist friends will enjoy these Concrete Shakers so much they may dine long enough to see them patina. Concrete Salt & Pepper Shakers, $64, Uncommon Goods
top-10-shakers-market-06 As if taken straight from the steel mill, these brushed stainless steel shakers let the material do all the talking (and seasoning). Stainless Steel Set, $13, CB2
top-10-shakers-market-05 Even if you don't have eight Bradys to feed, set the table like Alice would with this nostalgic formica-clad set. 50's Shakers, $19, Retro Planet

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