My friend Michelle lives one floor below me and works as an associate at a fancy law firm in midtown, but her company has a very flexible policy regarding working remotely, and occasionally on weekdays, she’ll come upstairs and we’ll have what we call Study Hall. I am much more productive when another person is in the room, and I am very fond of Michelle, so I enjoy Study Hall a great deal. And when we’re both done working, Michelle likes to help me with posts, and the other day she was interested in glassware, so I went along with it. She likes this this carafe that comes with a serving board—so handy, and really stylish.
Just a spare, elegant Moroccan glass pitcher at a decent price.
These champagne flutes are a little more design-y than I typically go, but I really dig them.
I bought a set of these glasses close to a decade ago at Huset, a cool Scandinavian design store in L.A., and it is a testimony to their durability—given my track record vis a vis breaking things—that I am still in possession of the whole set. I also think they look great.
These super-thin CB2 glasses frequently get cited by interior designers as dead ringers for some very fancy Italian glasses that go for $70 each.
This glass is for serving an Old Fashioned, but I’d use it for juice. At first I wasn’t certain I liked it—there’s a lot going on here for one little glass—but then I decided I really liked it.
Another cocktail glass that would be great for whatever you want to drink in it, and it’s stackable.
Yes, these Fornasetti glasses are pricey, but as Michelle pointed out, “Each one is making a different face!”
We have these Picardie tumblers out in Sag Harbor—they were chosen for their indestructible nature, but I think they’re so excellently French-looking, too.