Hello again and welcome to another Rainbow Series article. Today we are going to wash away the blues with (you won’t believe it!) the color Blue. Yaaaay! How excited are you? Not at all? Well, just wait until you see what I have prepared for you today.
I have to confess that when I started the series I was a bit worried. Because I thought that writing several articles on the same product I would end up repeating myself. Fortunately, that ended up happening way less than I anticipated. And I managed to keep every article as fresh and new as possible. But nothing compares to the one I have for you today.
Wash away the blues with some blue dinnerware…
I honestly did not expect to discover so many gorgeous sets of dinnerware in blue. Who could have known that this is the color to have in your dinning room? Because, if we take a look at this color’s significance, things don’t look so bright. Almost all over the world this color is associated with mostly negative or, not so good traits. Although no one is afraid to use it, appearing on many flags and international symbols, blue is not really associated with anything positive. Because when many people think of blue they immediately go and associate it with sadness, melancholy, etc. In some cultures they even see blue as the color associated with torment, ghosts, or even death. The fact that it is also a cold color may add to that.
So it is definitively not a happy color. But it is the color in which I found the most diverse collections of dinnerware sets. And, even thought this list is not that long, trust me. I had a really hard time in deciding to limit the list just to these few pieces. It could have gone for a long, long, while. But I decided to go with what I considered the most special and unique sets. So I ended up with what I believe is a pretty solid list and I really hope you enjoy it as much as I do.