An utterly feminine and Hollywood-Regency looking tablescape looks amazing against the gold lamps and branch wall sculpture.
A grouping of unique milk glass containers contrast against the black table and gray upholstered dining chairs. Gathering a collection like this adds impact to a look that's perfect for everyday.
Here a milk glass vase is filled with an arrangement of wild flowers, and the smaller white dish next to it provides the perfect place to put keys. The continuity of the milk glass objects goes nicely with the bold white and blue stripes for an eclectic-yet-orderly look.
These milk glass containers work nicely as a vessel for growing paperwhite bulbs indoors. While this tablescape is clearly meant for the holidays, the concept of using the milky glass vessel to grow bulbs works all year round.
Talk about simple. This narrow white milk glass cylindrical lamp sits atop a white lattice table just big enough for the lamp for a minimal and clean look next to the sandy colored headboard and the dark stained floors.
Here's an example of colored milk glass. This turquoise tint is more rare and you can see why: the made-to-look-vintage chandelier really adds pop to the space, making the otherwise traditional environ much more eclectic and unique.
This is what most people think of when they hear milk glass: shabby chic. Well, you can see why it works if you are going for that look. The creamy pink lamp has a breezy quality perfect for the distressed furniture and ruffled bed.
Milk glass makes the perfect vessels for colorful arrangements. White milk glass classically goes well with pink and add brightness to this brown-and-cream kitchen.
An argument can be made that any collection looks great as long as there are enough pieces in the collection to make an impact, and this image supports that idea. The collection of vases, candlestick holders, and bowls that line the top shelf here goes nicely with layers of books arranged by color. More is more!
Some of the collection here is creamware, and some is milk glass, creating an abundant collection of white. The fact that the walls are white here makes the aesthetic really clean, especially in contrast with the chalkboard fridge and dark countertops.
Milk glass also goes well with clear glass. Mixing the materials in this tablescape shows a restraint that feels like an update on traditional décor.