Target Is Selling a “Quiet Luxury”-Inspired Drink Set for Just $20

published May 6, 2024
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Summer is right around the corner, and nothing goes with a sunny day spent with friends quite like a refreshing beverage — especially when you have a set of cute glasses to serve it in. I’m not sure what kind of magic happens when you pour a drink into an aesthetically pleasing cup, but I’m convinced it makes whatever you’re sipping taste that much better. 

Target’s new Ribbed Plastic Pitcher and Tumbler Serving Set from Hearth and Hand with Magnolia looks like a chic contender for leveling up your warm-weather hangs. For $20, you get a 3-quart plastic ribbed pitcher, which looks like it was practically designed to be filled with fresh-squeezed lemonade, and four light blue-rimmed ribbed plastic tumblers. The pitcher also comes with a stylish wooden lid, so you won’t lose any of your precious refreshments to spills. With its minimalist design, the set really embodies quiet luxury.

Of course, you can mix up whatever beverages you want, from iced tea to margaritas to horchata. No matter what you’re drinking, this pitcher and tumbler set will ensure you’re always serving good vibes. Plus, everything in the set is dishwasher-safe and free of BPA, according to Target’s product description.

Target’s new short tumblers are perfect for any get-togethers, and if you really want to go all out, you can serve dessert in these Hearth & Hand with Magnolia parfait cups. The ribbed design with a bold red rim is totally complementary to the drinking glasses, and they come in a set of four for $9.99. 

To round out your new drinkware collection, you can also add the tall version of the 14.5-ounce blue-rimmed tumblers for $2.99 each. Or, if you want to switch it up, go for the green-rimmed cups for a different pop of color. Honestly, quenching your thirst has never looked so good — I wouldn’t be surprised if your camera drank first all summer long.