I generally drink freshly brewed coffee right away, but this pretty thermal carafe can keep beverages hot for hours.
Thermal Mirror Carafe
I'm not normally a fan of bubble fonts, but these glass carafes are so ideal for summer that I couldn't resist them.
I love the green hue on this delicate beaker-style carafe. It's mouth-blown, but the price point is affordable.
Bedside carafes are a tradition that takes you to another era, but the look of this one certainly brings you to 2012. I would gladly use it as my work desk water carafe or as a lemonade server on the patio.
This darling little carafe has serene cool blue and green stripes. It would look so pretty as a decorative object — and even prettier filled with a favorite beverage for your next party.
Truly great style doesn’t shout — and this classic modern tumbler is a case in point. Clean lines, delicately defined by horizontal bands, bring an easy elegance to your table.
This coffee carafe from the late ‘50s would be a prefect addition to a midcentury-decorated kitchen.
Provide water on a tray with glasses and even a bucket of ice to help guests who may need a sip of water during the night. This water carafe with a lid would be beautiful filled with water and wedges of lemon or lime.
You can sit this water jar and tumbler bedside in a guest room. It adds something unique to the space.
Ah, I love a piece that so distinctly reflects the sharply aesthetic eye of the fashion designer who created it. The elegant shaping of the mouth and the geometric texture on the body transform a thing for pouring drinks into an exquisite sculpture.
This carafe hits all the marks; leather, wood, insanely beautiful copper detail. It's perfect for helping you quench your nighttime thirst.
Thermal Red Carafe
Though these are intended to keep beverages from your soda stream fresh, I'd love to use them for iced coffee. You can make a big pot at the beginning of the week and then keep the coffee chilled and fresh in these carafes all week.
These glass decanters are so pretty and would make a great place to display a flower collection or hold other small-space details, like twine, glass rocks and more.
This straw-covered carafe is the perfect outdoor vessel to house your cocktail of choice. Match it with coordinating tumblers for a truly casual cocktail hour.
I've had my Cuisinart coffee maker for over five years now, and it still makes some of the best coffee I've ever had. Treat your counter to some sleek, beautiful design with this 10-cup beauty.
Having a bedside table for neccessities is a nice idea anytime, but especially with a new baby. This bedside carafe comes with a lid that doubles as a cup for thirsty mamas.
Thick, rustic stripes take form atop earthy terra-cotta in this three-piece carafe set. I love how simple and beautiful the result is!
Keep your bevvies warm when the sun goes down with this copper-topped carafe. The stopper is made of cork to seal out the cold, so there's no need to rush.
I hate having to run back and forth between the fridge and the patio to replenish drinks when I'm spending time outside with my friends and family. This handy carafe will keep your lemonade icy-cold (or a big batch of coffee nice and hot).
Oggi Senator Carafe
I saw this cafe wine set at Canoe in Portland and obsessed about it until I got home and ordered one. The stacking design means easy storage, and the casual style makes it functional at meals at all times of the year.
Kitschy and fun, this glass carafe plays off any necessary SOS after a night of parties and fun — in a very Jonathan Adler way.
A nice touch in the guest room is to keep a beautiful carafe of water and two glasses on the dresser. This French mouth blown glass set will wow them with your style choices. The only problem? They may never leave.
These handblown Turkish glass carafes are an elegant way to keep drink extras right on the table. While the photo shows them serving wine, I think anything from water to cider would be great in them.
A water carafe is a luxury in the guest room. Let your guests serve themselves in style with this simple yet sturdy recycled glass version.
You won’t want to throw away this bottle once it’s empty! I love items like this with a twist, and I think it would be perfect for a whimsical and offbeat holiday table.
An office isn't an office without the coffee. This sleek Technivorm coffeemaker from Williams-Sonoma keeps the coffee warm and stylish.
I love the casual feel a carafe of wine brings to the table. This one is hand-blown and super elegant, yet still dishwasher safe — amazing!
This simply pretty plate runs rings around the competition. Clear glass with a design accent of concentric circles looks great on your table and puts your fine cuisine in focus.
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