This $30 Drinking Glass Set Looks Straight Out of a French Bistro

published Jan 26, 2024
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As a shopping editor, I always have an ear to the ground for the coolest, smartest, most need-to-know home products — it’s kind of my thing. Now, I’m letting you in on the fun, bringing top picks from our editors’ radars straight to your very own space.

Not sure where to shop, or just need some quick inspo? Start here with a weekly rundown of AT editors’ favorite finds, from things we’ve tested, to exciting brand launches, to home project kickstarters. Read on to see what’s got our team buzzing this week.

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Williams Sonoma

“I just got back from a short trip to Paris, and I can't stop thinking about a) the bread (so good!!!!) and b) so many of the dishes I saw in Parisian cafes. Not the food — the actual dishware and glassware. I’m so into these little glasses that we saw at multiple bistros. We used them for water, of course, but were also served hot mulled wine in them, too — they're safe for hot or cold temperatures. They're shatter-resistant and stackable, making them super practical. (Obviously, though, the most important thing is that you can drink from these and imagine yourself eating a croissant and overlooking the Seine.)” —Megan Baker Detloff, Home Projects Director

2 / 7

This chic organizer is such a smart find that’s made a huge difference in how I organize every room of my house. Over the last few months, I’ve used it for storing (and displaying) spices, then nail polish, and now makeup, jewelry, and perfume. The neutral, modern coloring blends in well with any space, and the three tiers expand from 12 inches up to 24 inches, so it’s perfect for any cabinet, drawer, or counter you may have.” —Quinn Fish, Staff Writer

3 / 7

“One month into 2024, I finally found a wall calendar I'm happy with! I love how simple yet stylish Papier's typographic calendar is — and it came personalized with my name on it!” —Sarah Everett, Assistant Home Projects Editor

4 / 7
Prone Cushion
was $219.00

“Working from home more than ever before has been nice — most days — but sometimes I just want to work from my bed or couch. And, when I do, sitting up is not nearly as relaxing as laying on my stomach. Besides, some research shows that lying on your back can relax your muscles and relieve stress. But if you’ve ever done so for too long, then you already know that it’s also a bit of a nightmare for your lower back too. So, when I discovered the Prone Cushion, which is designed to give you extra support when you’re lying on your stomach, I just had to give it a try. It's made with NASA-developed viscoelastic foam and multi-layered memory foam for optimal comfort, and it’s now the number-one item my husband and I fight over in our home. If you’re a pillow person and value your comfort and support, this one’s definitely worth the splurge!” —Charli Penn, Executive Lifestyle Director

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Moda Operandi

“I’ve long admired the work of Carolina Irving & Daughters, and the stylish trio is back with another collaboration of beautiful tabletop pieces with Remy Renzullo. It’s hard to pick a standout piece when there are gorgeous shell serving dishes and floral motifs in the mix — everything is made and hand-painted by female artisans in Portugal — but a few of the Lily Dessert Plates would surely dress up my favorite dinner course.” —Danielle Blundell, Executive Home Director

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Nathan James
was $109.99

“As soon as I read about Nathan James, I knew I had to check out the brand — and it didn’t disappoint! I’ve got my eyes on this linen light fixture — the subtle texture would add dimension to the ceiling, while the brass claw would complement my cabinet hardware from Emtek.—Jada Wong, Shopping Director

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Crate & Barrel

“This might be a hot take, but I'm not a fan of stemless wine glasses. However, when I saw this set of Zwilling Sorrento Double-Wall Red Wine Glasses from Crate and Barrel, my interest was piqued. They're thick, lightweight, and break-resistant and will be in my next shopping cart.” —Cullen Ormond, Home Associate Editor