Are you the type of person to play the lottery? Or save your fortune from a fortune cookie? Do you read your horoscope, just to get a heads up on what the stars have in store for you today? I thought it might be fun to align Rolf Glass products with Element signs and see what suggestions we could offer, based on the not-so-scientific method of personality traits.
The game is a foot. Fire (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius) Fire can be a good thing, like when used for cooking food or keeping you warm. Or it can be destructive and unpredictable. If you were born under the fire sign you can be temperamental, spontaneous, passionate, creative, insightful, self-centered, intuitive, social and adventurous. Rolf Glass products we could recommend for Fire signs would be The Peacock (self reflective,) Mid-Century Modern (variety,) Skull & Cross Bones (danger,) and School of Fish (individualistic.)
Air (Libra, Aquarius, Gemini)Air is the element you can’t see but yet, you can’t exist without it. If you were born under the air sign you need to be free and cannot be contained. You are uncertain, unpredictable, elusive, eccentric, theoretical, intelligent and great at problem solving. Rolf Glass products we could recommend for Air signs are Heron (elusive) and Good Vibrations (in motion.)
Water (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) Water can be refreshing, like a beverage or a cool stream, or it can be mysterious and violent like a storm or the ocean. People born under the Water sign embody the essence of water itself. They are emotional, connected to all things, understanding, vital, compassionate, empathetic, thoughtful and motivated. Rolf Glass products we could recommend for Water signs would be Glacier Glass (environmental,) Octopus (mythical,) or Sea Turtle (connected.)
Earth (Capricorn, Taurus, Virgo)Earth is physical matter exemplified. It is the foundation on which everything is built. Those under the Earth sign are stable, grounded, dependable, logical, stubborn and complex. Rolf Glass products we could recommend for Earth signs would be Diamond (classic,) Palm Tree (unflappable,) and Rope & Anchor (grounded.) Let us know if we nailed it or if your personal preferences take you in another direction? Did we crack the code? Or does the mystery continue?