Glass Goes Glam

Tabletop designs dazzle in a classic material gone glam. Glass partners with platinum accents, splashes of color, intricate textural details and unique shapes to give this traditional material a modern twist. — Lindsey Strader


The hand-blown Barre barware from Simon Pearce showcases a modern twist with a unique stemless design ($48 each). The hand-blown Barre barware from Simon Pearce showcases a modern twist with a unique stemless design ($48 each).
Inspired by a sea urchin, hand-blown glass forms the Urchin flat vase in a cool aquamarine tone from Union Street Glass ($319 to $462). Inspired by a sea urchin, hand-blown glass forms the Urchin flat vase in a cool aquamarine tone from Union Street Glass ($319 to $462).
From Riverside Design Group From Riverside Design Group's Sea Glass Collection, recycled glass plates are available in several shapes and two new colorways: turquoise and grass green ($24 to $88).
Cameron barware glasses are hand-blown, featuring optic ball stems, vertical ribbing and decorative berry designs from Juliska ($85 to $185). Cameron barware glasses are hand-blown, featuring optic ball stems, vertical ribbing and decorative berry designs from Juliska ($85 to $185).
Platinum squares serve as a decorative border on the glass Squares place setting from Michael Wainwright ($278). Platinum squares serve as a decorative border on the glass Squares place setting from Michael Wainwright ($278).
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