Wine Glass Find of the Week

Louise Tripod Wine Glass

These delicate, hand-made glasses are simply eye catching! Remarkably stable in balance and made by the best European glass blowers.

By Dutch designer, Maarten Baptist for the Umbra U+ Collection.

$125.00 (set of 4)


Wine Glass Find of the Week

Skeleton Hand Wine Glass

Just in time for Halloween!! The ultimate Gothic table glassware for your party or gag gift.

Natural looking skeleton hand made of durable resin, holds a real wine glass (not plastic). Packed in a coffin shaped box for an added touch of fright!


This Week's Wine Rack Find

D'Vine Wine Rack, Brushed Copper

Can't get enough of Signature Home Styles! Every time I go to a party I fall in love with their products.

The Fall Idea Book also has a matching recipe book holder (which I own and LOVE) and paper towel holder.

$42.00 (Pages 82-83)


So Whatcha Want? More COWBELL!!

This is too funny! Imagine the Beastie Boys with 55% cowbell and 31% Walken! Now all we need is Will Ferrell dancing in the background in a cropped wool sweater with his gut bouncing around. Priceless!

Click the arrow to hear the more cowbell version... Then follow the link below to make your own!!

 Make your own at MoreCowbell.dj 

Don't get it? Here's the background scoop from "morecowbell.dj":

"More cowbell" is an American pop culture catch phrase originally derived from an April 8, 2000 Saturday Night Live comedy sketch about the recording of the song "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" by Blue Öyster Cult. The sketch featured guest host Christopher Walken as music producer Bruce Dickinson and Will Ferrell as fictional cowbell player Gene Frenkle. In the television special Saturday Night Live: 101 Most Unforgettable Moments, this sketch is moment number five."

Cue up "Cozy in the Rocket" — Grey's is back tomorrow!


This Week's Wine Rack Find

Chain Bottle Holder

Made you look! Definitely not my style, but I had to post this one for its uniqueness. Let physics take over and create the illusion of a floating wine bottle. Made of nickel-plated iron chain. By Peleg Design, Israel.

Available online at The Afternoon

Wine Glass Find of the Week

Champagne Glasses

Once again, I'm fascinated by double-walled glasses. Champagne looks so pretty in these! Arrives in a gift box... perfect hostess gift.

Set of 2


This Week's Wine Rack Find

The Vandehaar - 6 Bottle Wine Rack

Another great Etsy find! Original design by Anthony David Oliver.

Beautifully crafted, architectural wine rack made of solid red oak. Unit can also be wall mounted. Anthony has a few other unique wine storage creations worth checking out in his online shop.



Wine Glass Find of the Week

Two of My Favorite Things — Wine & Flowers

Aster Hand Painted Wine Glass

With Christmas just around the corner, here's a great gift idea for your favorite wine lover and gardener!!

These intricately hand-painted wine glasses are certainly a must to check out. My favorite is the Blue/White Aster featured below, which is painted in non-toxic, acrylic enamel paint. Top-shelf dishwasher safe, yet hand washing is recommended to preserve the design.

The Painted House & More site features many floral designs, or you can contact Amy to create custom glassware for a special event or theme. With a variety of glasses to choose from, why not create a full set? Coordinating dinner pieces also available. She also offers many other painted items... great ideas for weddings, birthday, or cocktail parties!

$16.00 (set of 2)

Or check out her Etsy Shop here...


This Week's Wine Rack Find

Functional Wine and Glass Rack

This is definitely a unique find! Linear Steel Sculpture by Artistic Alchemy. Holds 1 bottle of wine and up to 6 wines glasses between the bottom rails.

The Artistic Alchemy studio creates one of a kind artwork from cold rolled flat bar steel. Each piece is individually hand forged to achieve the desired shape and design. Check out their other designs!!



Wine Glass Find of the Week

Rocking Wine Glasses

What will those crazy Romanians think of next?! Here's an odd concept... wine glasses that rock in place. What a way to intensify a wine buzz... I'm interested to see these in action!

Uncommon Goods has done it once again! Nice gift idea — Subtle, speckled design in four colors: yellow, fuchsia, green & blue.

$55.00 (Set of 4)