Stand out against a sea of clear glassware with tinted cups and mugs. Baby blue is a refreshing twist on classic drinkware and provides an unexpected sophisticated look. This display shelf lets natural light hit the glassware just right.
Kitchen walls can get rather bland. Incorporate a quirky motif with mug and tea towel kitchen sets. This feline-friendly shelf displays cat mugs and kettles like art for conversation-starting kitchen decor.
Beautify a Bar Cart
Bar carts are the latest must-have for homeowners. Instead of hiding flutes and cocktail glasses in the kitchen, bring them into the living room on a stylish cart. Fill your bar cart with favorite mixers and bottles for a one-stop drink station with all the frills.
Stemware should be displayed for the masses, not hidden behind cabinet doors. Clean-lined glass collections look great against crisp white subway tiles. These wood floating shelves keep a fun night at arm's-length.
Not Too Shabby
Mismatched mugs double as decor in country-chic kitchens. With this mug display, you can show off your hand-crafted ceramics and collectibles where everyone can see! A wire basket below holds matching tea towels for an adorable farmhouse-style look.
Dark and Light
All-white kitchens aren't for everyone. For striking contrast, paint your China hutch a dark navy or charcoal shade. Open shelves on the side hold crisp white glassware in a high-contrast display that's sophisticated and classy.
Break up the monotony of a basic glassware cabinet with a strong kick of color. These tin canisters do the trick in this homeowner's collection. Glass cabinet doors keep its contents on display at all times.
Sometimes it pays to break with tradition. Ditch the usual China hutch for a much more modern display in your dining room. Fill cubbies with mugs, plates, and linens. For fancy stemware, install an under-the-cabinet rack to properly hang wineglasses.