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Let go of preconceived notions of what the "right" glass is, and use a charming mishmash for everything from water to wine. Bonus: If no two glasses are alike, your guests will always remember which is theirs!
St. Remy Mixed Glasses
Should the dinner conversation turn to the cultural and social significance of fine art, this is a handy cheat sheet to keep under your plate.
This large, lacquered white tray would make itself useful in so many ways. It would be perfect for serving tea or snacks, and it would make a fine home base for a small bar area.
I'm more about coffee, so perhaps it's merely inexperience with handling the string, but when I do make a cup of tea, I almost always lose the string in the tea when pouring the water. Then you know what happens: fishing through your hot tea. So I find genius in this simple idea: two little slits.
This product makes two-inch round balls of ice. You can fill it with just water or get creative with mint leaves, basil, juice, lemon or lime segments, etc. Large cubes are great for bourbon or whiskey drinks, as they won't melt as fast as regular ice.
Prepara Ice Balls
I couldn't resist this Go Plate. Drinking without spilling might be tricky, but will be fun to watch!
Dips, dips and more dips. This tray would be perfect for holding salsa, guacamole and chips all at the same time.
Garden Party Straws
These colorful spoons just made ice cream eating much sweeter. Guests will love scooping gelato with these environmentally-friendly utensils.
Simple yet useful, this personal butter dish can help guests avoid the "boarder-house stretch" across the table for butter.
Zalto wineglasses, made in Austria, are some super sexy stemware. They are elegant and delicate, mouth-blown, and many wine geeks' favorite stem. I prefer the multipurpose universal glass because it's great for white, red or even bubbly.
Zalto Universal Glass Set
An interesting little tumbler. Who needs the stem of the glass when there are thumb and finger indentations?
Some wines are better when they are left to breathe, but it's hard to tell for how long unless you have had years of experience. This little gadget is nifty for just that purpose. And what do you know — it comes in a great design!
Molded from nature. An organic-looking version of west elm’s Modernist Bowls, these four petite porcelain pieces are made in Japan using a special technique that allows the floral, leaf and botanical and branch patterns to be perfectly printed on the interior of each. With a beautifully sculpted...
New Naturalist Bowls
This is such a great table runner. It's not your typical fabric runner, and it would be so chic topped with gold-trimmed china.Dimensions: 13" x 96"
Gold Nest Runner
The cutlery pressed in each ceramic caddy adds style to a stereotypically ordinary container. The design promotes organization as well.
These chunky little white birch coasters would add a pleasingly rustic, tactile touch to a modern space.
This Reed & Barton stainless steel flatware is made to look like bundles of bamboo. It's very chic and dishwasher safe, and they don't need polishing.
Dress up your autumn table with this stylish condiment tray. Great for serving sauces, nuts and candies, it is such a great addition to your entertaining serveware.
Owl Tree Condiment Set
Outdoor Wine Glasses
A runner is one of the easiest ways to dress up a table. Use this brocade for those days when dinner prep calls for a special element.
Catch a glance of these pretty polka dots, and your spirits are sure to rise. The crowning touch? The dots are gold foil and letterpress.
Just when I thought stripes couldn't get any better, along came these imperfect, painted stripes. Yes, please.
This French glassware was created using a time-honored technique for molding and tamping. I like the old-world shape of the goblet.
Give Port flavor a helping hand. Uniquely designed so your hand warms the spirits as you sip through the stem enhancing the flavor of ports and liqueurs. Crafted of durable mouth-blown lead-free glass. Recommend to hand wash. Size: 3-1/4'H 4 oz.
This dinnerware instantly transports me to a white Christmas. It reminds me of winter white snowflakes and would be beautiful on a casual holiday table.
Old Havana Dinner Plate
This plate would pair perfectly with a toasted beet and goat cheese salad with sherry-walnut vinaigrette.
Old Havana Salad Plate
This inexpensive mug doesn't disappoint. The gray design looks like snowflakes or flowers, depending on the season.
Loaded Trunk owner Roni Jaco trots the globe looking for truly unique artisan-made products: think authentic suzanis, Mexican bedspreads and these aluminum trays from Granada.
Granada Oval Trays