The Nice On Ice glassware set is a set of six unusual slim beakers and a matching ice bowl in matching glass. By letting the glasses sit together in the ice, Nice On Ice prevents dilution of your preferred tipple, chills it nicely, and creates a piece of decoration in itself. Continue reading →
What if Haute Couture stopped characterizing only clothes and also jumped on home accessories, like your glass line for example? In that case, wouldn’t you just love having a set of champagne flutes designed by the remarkable Karl Lagerfeld? The world wide famous designer has re imagined these classical, traditional pieces, which with Holiday season on the way, are ready to be the protagonists of many elegant drinking scenes, filled with sparkle literally and metaphorically. Continue reading →
Since one can never have too many wine glasses and since I’m personally a fan of mixing and matching, here is another set of stylish designer glassware for you to choose from. A set of four, carrying a surprisingly delightful color splash in the glass bottoms and stems, designed to look equally beautiful before and after serving wine, martini or Champagne in them. Continue reading →
Extraordinary in a very elegant way is the glassware line “float” designed by molostore, handcrafted by master glassblowers in the Czech Republic from the finest borosilicate glass.
Simple forms, clean lines and thermally resistant, this brilliant design brings aesthetics and functionality in perfect marriage.
The glassware line covers a wide range, from tea cups to red wine glasses, to martini, to liqueur glasses, to champagne and pilsner flutes, to bowls and tea lanterns. Continue reading →
This beautiful glassware collection was designed by Peter Svarrer for Holmegaard for over a decade ago. Back then it represented his answer to the water glass of the future, hence the name. No doubt, his elegant design still holds up today.
In addition, the collection also includes an array of delicate glassware, such as jug/carafe, champagne and wine glasses – some mouth blown, some machine made – all in various sizes and soft transparent colors. Continue reading →
After a hard day at work I love to come home, sit on the sofa, pour me a glass of scotch and just relax. Most people don’t know but the glass itself makes the difference between a normal glass of whiskey to a superb glass of whiskey. That’s the place when Normann Copenhagen enters and introduces us to the high quality of this unique Whiskey Glass Set, where each sip you take feels like you’re drinking the nectar of the gods. Continue reading →
Imagine… You’re sitting down for an alfresco meal, you have delicious food on the table, a bottle of wine, candles, the whole lot. There’s only one thing missing – a fresh cool drink to start with. The Fontana Water Carafe is just what you need to serve your guests in style and leave them wanting more. Continue reading →
This Stemware Rack, from Cuisipro, is an elegant drying rack that will let you air dry and display wine glasses or champagne flutes in a stylish, sophisticated way. The arms of the rack are angled to securely cradle a variety of glasses; durable, frosted plastic “fingers” at the ends of the arms protect glass from scratches and chips. A sturdy, wide basin catches water drops as your stemware dries. The easy-to-grasp top knob makes it easy to move the rack from the countertop to the bar or table. With a capacity for 8 glasses, you can be assured you’ll have enough for your next dinner party. Continue reading →
The idea behind design is to serve a useful item in the most tasteful way, literally. Meaning, to create the desire for more of the same. This beautiful Rocking Glass set, from Normann Copenhagen, does exactly that – you want more of it and you want more of what it does.
This is a simple drinking glass with a twist – a curved bottom that prevents the glass from falling over, allowing it to rock but not to spill. Perfect for cocktail parties, this is indeed a refreshing take on the so called “simple” item that is the drinking glass. Use it to serve drinks or simply as a decorative item, completed with a tea light or a little flower. Continue reading →
I can’t remember when I’ve come across a new concept for drinking glasses. Most of the new things I see are based on design (shapes, colors, textures etc) so it is refreshing when I come across an idea that “challenges” my mind. The Cipher glass managed to surprise me with its’ engaging quality of identifying my drink of choice. Continue reading →