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Infused water is such a refreshing and budget-friendly way to quench the thirst of a crowd. Serve your cucumber water in style this summer with this industrial-chic beverage server. The galvanized stand and chalkboard sign lend the perfect amount of country-summer charm.
Glass beverage dispensers are stylish but normally take up a lot of table space when serving multiple beverages. This stacked server is perfect for solving the problem. I think it would be great to stack the glass in a way that allows multiple people to serve themselves at the same time.
If you're looking for a more modern beverage dispenser, I think this square clear glass option is a fantastic choice. The clear base allows you to display fruit, flowers, seashells or other decorative items to enhance your summer tablescape.
Square Beverage Dispenser
I think this Colin Cowie dual-spigot beverage server is an ingenious idea. The glass is partitioned into two parts and includes two separate spigots, making it easy for you to serve two different beverages in one attractive container.
Outdoor beverage servers tend to accumulate condensation, which can create a wet mess on your serving table. This server solves that problem with its double-wall construction. Your beverages will remain ice cold without the server turning into a drippy mess.
I think this drink dispenser jug is begging to serve lemonade on a hot summer's day. I love its vintage looks, and the handle would be useful for transporting the jug back indoors to be refilled.
A tray is a great way to keep track of your keys, sunglasses and cell phone. Place one in your entryway and drop those items off every time you enter your home. You'll never lose your keys again!
Red Carnaby Striped Tray
Drink dispensers work best when they are on a stand. Instead of a bored lifeguard sitting in a chair swinging a whistle, place a beverage server in the lifeguard stand to wet your whistle.
This simple dispenser gets back to the basics. Instead of a spout, a simple ladle is attached for dipping and drinking.
SL Beverage Jar
Copper is currently right on trend, making this beverage stand a chic focal point for your next party. I like the tray underneath for storing glasses. It looks like a classy and convenient way to allow guests to help themselves.
Chilled Condiment Caddy
I bought these coasters as a gift recently and almost had to keep them for myself! They are simply stunning with a sparkling shade of blue and work well in both modern and traditional decors.
This chic acrylic cup is the ultimate way to have a drink this summer! I would take it everywhere on the go.
These bright and quirky bowls add a fun punch of color to the breakfast table. They're perfect for serving ice cream on hot summer nights.
Sunday Brunch Bowls
I am swooning over these! They have just enough copper, but they're visually light enough to feel elegant. A great fit for dining outdoors.
Copper Pepper Mill
The organic lines and bubbly nature of these glasses make them casual — but really fun and interesting too. Fill them up with some margaritas, and you're good to go!
How about some Mason jar salt and pepper shakers for your mom's breakfast nook when she makes scrambled eggs during the holidays?
Mason Jar Shaker Set
Keeping the wine chilled in this ice bucket won't be a problem, but I'm guessing the wine will be long gone before the ice melts away.
Copper Ice Bucket with Bronze...
For the die-hard Scotch fans: These "rocks" don't melt, so they keep things cool AND "neat, i.e. they will cool a drink without watering it down.
The artistry of this Nambe Copper Canyon bowl is showstopping and makes this piece the little black dress of bowls. I think every table deserves a little black bowl!
Wine Barrel Beverage Cooler
Use these wooden placemats to warm up any table. They're absolutely striking used over a linen tablecloth. Have them monogrammed for an extra-special gift idea.
Raw Wood Placemat
I've just entered the vortex of awesome: chevron stipes and gold. This tray is a must for breakfast in bed or afternoon tea.
Tell your guests to eat up and enjoy with these charming napkins. They're simple, chic and not over the top.
These blue and white ikat napkins are simple yet striking. Perfect for a breakfast, lunch or dinner table.
Glass Milk Jug
So sleek. This set will make any meal look a bit more fancy. I really like the natural colored handles!
Sushi Queen Flatware
For the hostess with the mostest, this tray can be customized in countless ways. The monogram is only the tip of the iceberg.
I can't decide what I like more here: the holder or the actual utensils. Just think of how many fewer knives and forks your kids would lose.
This beverage caddy has a great vintage feel to it, and you can fill it with bottles of Pellegrino or your favorite wine when you show up to a dinner party.
If I had the space to collect one thing, it would be teapots and sugar and creamer sets. I don't know why I love them so much, but I do. This is a great set, and it reminds me of warm and cozy winter mornings at the breakfast table.
Flow Tea Collection
Right now I'm loving the West Elm collaboration with Potter's Workshop, a collective of South African artists known for their signature bead-like patterns.
How cute are these egg cups? A set of three with a small catchy note on each written on bright pops of colors. I want them for my breakfast collection!
Rob Ryan Hello Egg Cup