To be honest, I’m not much of a drinker. However, I do indulge in a homemade cocktail or two on the homefront a few times a week and am a sucker for colorful and vintage cocktail accessories and barware…
These sleek and colorful martini glasses by Sagaform are designed by Matz Borgström. Sagaform is a Swedish line that strives to bring joyful and innovative objects for kitchen and table to our homes. (I think they’ve succeeded!) I picked up my set from a flash sale on Gilt. You can purchase yours from Royal Design.
There is no shortage of adorable event pics showcasing cocktails in mason jars but I was surprised and delighted to find the Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker on Kickstarter (brillant!). The shaker was designed by two southern dudes living in Brooklyn with Virginia roots. Josh teamed his obsession with vintage barware with Eric’s ability to fashion impromptu drinking tools at a moment’s notice to create the shaker any mason jar lover would adore. They have met their start-up funding goals and are now in pre-production. If you’d like to receive an email when stock is available, check out masonshaker.com. Kickstarter is a crowd sourcing site that provides a start-up funding platform for new and creative projects and products.
Speaking of mason jars, nothing is cuter than a pink cocktail in a mason with a pop of happy color striped straw. I love this set from Cupcake Social on Etsy.
The wobble glasses are designed by Monica Lubkowska Jonas, made in Poland and are available at my favorite museum shop, the Moma Store. I’d use these for a dessert wine or taste of brandy.
Images via Royal Design, Kickstarter, Cupcake Social on Etsy and the Moma Store.