When the leaves turn color and it gets cold we all look for warm colors and richer hues. But as we get ready for Thanksgiving or look to decorate with harvest themes we may lack choices in our glassware and dinner settings. That’s where amber colored glass can help.
Amber is a rich golden color and you can find amber glass ranging from a lighter yellow brown to the richer red gold color like this Viking Georgian sherbet. Using a set of sherbets like this will add instant warmth to your table and show your hospitality.
Over the years I’ve noticed an increase in amber popularity and it is now one of my better selling colors. Amber fits into today’s decorating colors better than during the period that dusty teal and raspberry were tops for home fashions. The earthen colors and warmer natural tones of clay or birch are perfect complements to a rich amber bowl or golden stemware.
Try amber glass for a fast way to bring fall’s cheerful colors into your home.