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As we prepare for our favorite season, we thought that we would share how we are decorating with amber glass for fall.
Several years ago, when Jenn got married, we created a beautiful wedding reception using lots of vintage finds for the decor. Her wedding took place in October and we wanted Fall to play a significant role, without being kitchsy or Halloween-like. Jenn chose purple and brown as the main colors. For several months we were on the hunt for vintage amber and purple glass bottles. We accumulated a great collection. After her wedding, we each took half of the glass to use in our own homes. Decorating with amber glass for fall, couldn’t be easier now.
How to display amber glass
We hit the mother-load when we found these amber glass apothecary jars. They look beautiful displayed in an antique secretary cabinet. You can read the full post here at Fall secretary shelves.
The same bottles looked great in a tiered tray fall vignette.
Use sentimental pieces
Maybe you already have some amber glass stashed away. This is a vintage Clorox bottle that I kept from my grandmothers’ home. Actually, I have a couple of these from her laundry room. This was an easy amber bottle fall vignette.
Decorate with unique amber glass pieces
This tobacco bottle is actually from Honey Bees collection. I borrow it from time-to-time to use in my fall decor. Actually, I love it because of its shape and the graphics. I love pairing it with the turkey feather in my living room decor for fall,
It doesn’t take much to create a pretty vignette, especially for fall. Vintage amber bottles, miniature cloches, antique wooden spools and baby pumpkins make a perfect display.
I really like decorating with feathers. Over the years I’ve created a little collection – nothing creepy LOL. An amber glass bottle paired well with these cornhusk votives that I made.
Where to find amber glass
- Thrift stores
- Antique shops
- Recycled from products you already use, ie.-dish soap, oil, soda or beer bottles, etc
By now, I hope that I have convinced you to add a little bit of amber glass to your fall decor. Maybe you already do use amber. We would love to see a photo!