With their Colour Glass collection, the duo Scholten & Baijings create a language of colored glass, with gold lines marking wine glasses, and color gradients designating water glasses. Pastels and soft lines show off the subtlety and understatement of glassware, modernizing its elegance without diminishing its place in the kitchen.
With shocks blue, fushia, and orange, Esque designer Andi Kovel's Slumped Vases celebrate the effulgence of spring blooms. The vases are handmade to order at Esque Studio in Portland, Oregon.
Made of recycled glass, the tranSglass carafe by Artecnica varies in shade. Accompanied by a glass that doubles as a lid, the tranSglass carafe is always ready to satisfy your thirsts.
Iittala's Trio Glassware set consolidates space, offering storage in three stylish wells. Its neutral shades can match the palette of any kitchen.
In spite of its Venetian appeal, Shibuya vases by Christophe Pillet for Kartell are made of durable plastic. Resembling glass, the high quality PMMA plastic has the same pellucidity in any of its four available color schemes.
Vivid and nostalgic, the Socks Rolled Down tableware by Marimekko recalls a stylish past. With its retro shades of rippling glass, it is sure to usher in pleasant reminiscences.
Portland, Oregon's Esque Studio's Water Drop Jug draws its inspiration from the same element it was built to contain. Made of recycled glass in a wind-powered furnace, the Water Drop Jug is a force of nature.
The Off Pitcher and Cup with its loose, bulb-like forms and bright colors adds approachability to high style. Created by Esque studio, masters of modern glass, the Off Pitcher and Cup is an everyday work of art.