Is there really such a thing as a fully stocked bar? We are not so sure, but these items will make any home's watering hole just a bit more complete.
Ocean hues and a gently bubbled pattern make Sundance's Rain Tumblers look like sea glass.
Price: $28/set of 4
Design whimsy in a practical item, made of plastic and polished aluminum, with a Teflon-coated worm.
Shop: Unica Home
Swedish design firm Sagaform puts a modern, colorful spin on Champagne flutes.
Price: $20/set of 2
Shop: Unica Home
But no deer were harmed in the making of this rustic cork-screw: The antlers were naturally shed.
Shop: Vagabond House
A picture book for the soon-to-be-pickled: Each recipe illustrates the proper proportion of ingredients and includes simple
visual instructions for mixing. Healthy bonus: nutrition analysis for each drink.
Shop: Hachette Book Group
The perfect proportions of Billy Cotton's tulip-shaped water and wineglasses will make a welcome addition to any table.
Shop: Billy Cotton
Double-walled Tervis Tumblers protect the wood. Made in Florida, designed to match your Fiesta dinnerware
Price: $12 each
Multifaceted Cubism tumblers have great heft.
In the old days, a little CO2 capsule in a syphon shot bubbles into cocktails. Now there's a machine for that. SodaStream's
home carbonation system puts the fizz in water. Feeling silly, we couldn't help experimenting with whiskey, red wine, and—kids
would love it—milk!
Orbix's 12-inch-tall Curly glass pitchers rival the best of Murano, but each is actually handblown in Alabama. Available in
Shop: Orbix Hotglass
Gorgeous goblets were once Bordeaux bottles.
Price: $65/set of 4
Italian-inspired stemware from Massachusetts tableware designer Michael Wainwright.
Shop: Neiman Marcus