Neither transparent nor opaque, milk glass has won its way into my Midcentury-loving heart. I love its marvelous translucency and how well it plays with all types of décor due to its neutral color. Although it was manufactured long before then, milk glass surged in popularity in the 1950s. Many of the pieces that I’ve collected are from that decade.
I use milk glass to decorate more often than I use it to serve food. Milk glass pieces filled with seasonal items add interest to every room. Here’s how I use milk glass to add glitter and glitz to my home for the holidays:
Merry Christmas to you! I hope you have a bright, beautiful, sustainable holiday season and consider thrifting for your gifts and decorations. You might even find some vintage milk glass!
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