August 1, 2019

collecting: blue glassware

As I mentioned yesterday, my glassware collection had been growing steadily over the last year, and today I’m showcasing my favorite pieces in blue.  

This first set is called the Trestle Goblet by Fitz & Floyd and it’s been so good to me! I truly do love them, and they even made it on the cover of Farmhouse Style magazine!

They’re the perfect shade of blue and the perfect size.

They’re just perfect!

They can go from farmhouse to romantic in a blink of an eye. If you want to find a quick way to instantly bling up a table, adding these blue glasses are a no-fail way. 

Set a plain table with white plates and napkins, and these will add instant pizzazz!

This vintage set is my new favorite! I haven’t used them in an official tablescape yet, but you can spot them here.

These tall water glasses (above & below) are the prettiest colors and were found at my favorite thrift store with a huge lot of plates, silverware and more. Such a great find!  

It’s always fun to mix and match these candy-colored glasses on your table!

Here’s the table I set at Blue Door Cottage recently with rented tableware, including these beautiful glasses!

As you can see from the following photos, the possibilities are endless with how you can use these sparkly blue beauties!


Now that it’s officially August, I’ll be taking just a little more time off to spend with my family and enjoy what's left of summer. 

I have a couple of fun trips planned and hopefully that'll allow a little time to hunt for new thrift stores, as well. I’ll keep you posted!

ciao! fabiana

P.S. I’m on a mini-summer vacation for August, so you’ll be reading condensed versions of summer-inspired blog posts this month.


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Anonymous said...

Beautiful, where can I find vintage plates as such


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