With its new showroom in Sundance Square, Estelle Colored Glass provides a one-stop shop for candy-colored housewares.
Inspired by—and named for—founder Stephanie Summerson Hall’s grandmother, Estelle Colored Glass is a true marriage of past and present. While the company’s heirloom-quality glassware pays homage to “Big Mama” Estelle’s collections, it also feels distinctly modern and timely, perhaps in part due to our ever-growing obsession with tablescapes. Founded in 2019, the Charleston-based brand is now stocked by major retailers such as Anthropologie and West Elm, as well as top local boutiques like Houston’s Biscuit Home and Dallas’ Blue Print. The recently opened Fort Worth showroom, however, is Estelle’s first-ever dedicated retail location. Nestled in Sundance Square, the appointment-only shop houses the brand’s entire line of handblown glassware, which comprises stemmed and stemless wine glasses, Champagne coupes, rocks glasses, decanters and cake stands. The storefront itself is a vision of jewel tones and pastel shades, showcasing Estelle’s impressive range of hues. If you’re looking to add some color to your at-home entertaining essentials, we highly recommend a trip to Cowtown’s newest boutique. 112 E. Fourth St., estellecoloredglass.com
Estelle Colored Glass’ cake stand in forest green PHOTO BY CATHERINE HURT PHOTOGRAPHY
The Champagne coupe stemware in emerald green, forest green and lavender PHOTO BY CATHERINE HURT PHOTOGRAPHY
The brand’s classic stemware in emerald green sits between the Champagne coupe glasses in forest green and royal blue PHOTO BY CATHERINE HURT PHOTOGRAPHY
Cake stands in assorted hues. PHOTO BY CATHERINE HURT PHOTOGRAPHY