Holiday Entertaining 101: Planning Ahead
Fancy a drink with the help of these eight modern barware designs sure to delight. Cheers to drinking in style!
The holidays are not generally known as a time of decorative restraint, but it is possible to find festive adornments that will not make Father Christmas hang and shake his head in shame. Canadian ceramicist Paige Russell's Müzo collection features a mix and match of porcelain and wood figurines—woods, caribou, sheep, and polar bear—that would make a wintry, minimalist statement on your mantle.
- We love a challenge and we're here to prove that hosting a holiday cocktail party in a small space is not only doable but can be totally chic as well.
Warm wintry grey is a nod to the season in this Appetizer Set, which includes a mini condiment plate, and Edward Wohl cutting board and pate knife.
- It's no secret that Dwell has a special affinity for Heath Ceramics.
- The main course of a meal might receive the oohs and aahs, but as any host or hostess will attest, it’s the beverages that fuel a party and get the conversation going.
Danish designer Arne Jacobsen first created the Cylinda in 1967, and mid-century barware has never looked better. If you’re a die-hard modernist and uniform sets are your thing, you might like to know that the collection includes a plethora of other pieces (ice tongs, coasters, serving trays, and more).
- Ethnicraft, a Belgian design company, debuts a new collection at ICFF this weekend that blends emotion and rationality, combining the warmth of teak, oak, and walnut woods with powerfully functional…