40 Great Juice Glasses

Sometimes my life feels like a never-ending battle against dehydration. I have a weird aversion to plain water (unless it’s infused with fruit), and coffee has become my new best friend over the past few years. Combine those two things, and you’ve got a recipe for dry skin and all sorts of health issues. So in addition to trying to drink more water, I’m making myself incorporate juices into at least one meal a day. So far, that’s been in the form of a green juice from Urban Rustic that I chug in one fell swoop (because I don’t love the taste of spinach) at lunch every day. But thankfully my coworkers are far healthier than I am and have been teaching me juicing tips and tricks over the past few weeks. Amy and Max worked together to make and photograph a pretty tasty juice recipe from the team at the Blueprint Cleanse (coming up later today!), so I thought I’d kick things off with a roundup of cute juice cups to get us going. Like most things, if I can tie it to something I already love (like cute patterned glasses), I have a better chance of sticking to it. So I hope these glass options will get you in the mood to embrace some healthy drinking options. If not, you can always pour something a little more sinful in them. And if you don’t see something you like here, my full research roundup of 100+ juice glasses is right here on Pinterest. xo, grace

*I know juice glasses traditionally hold 6 oz., but I included a range of sizes for anyone who likes to have smaller or larger options.

Image above: 1. Mildra Glass, $1.99 | 2. Laguna Glasses, $78+ | 3. Kartio Glass, 2 for $20 | 4. Color Pop Juice Glass, $8 | 5. Skoja Glass, $1.49 | 6. Blown Glass Tumbler, $54 | 7. Krokett Glass, $2.49 | 8. Twisted Tumbler, $24 | 9. Corky Glass Carafe and Glasses, $99 | 10. FABULÖS Glass, $2.99

Image above: 1. Brooklyn Glass, $6.50 | 2. 123 Glass, $1.95 | 3. Tortoise Glasses, 4 for $50 | 4. Not Neutral Glassware, $20+ | 5. Platinum Glass, $22 | 6. Brukbar Glass, $1.49 | 7. Sparrow Glass, $7.50 | 8. Siena Glass Tumblers, $18+ | 9. Enamel Tumbler, $16 | 10. Lempi Glass, 2 for $65

See 25 more juice glasses after the jump . . .

Image above: 1. Aegean Glasses, 4 for $30 | 2. Miguel Glasses, $4.95+ | 3. Minima Glass, $28 | 4. Enamel Tumbler, $16 | 5. Dissolved Cobalt Glass, $8 | 6. Recycled Juice Glass, 4 for $66 | 7. Resin Cup, $36

Image above: 1. Hobnail Glass, $10 | 2. Aino Glass, 2 for $20 | 3. Laksha Glass, $12 | 4. Pink Dots Glass, $5.50 | 5. Godis Glass, 6 for $6.99 | 6. Frasera Glass, $3.49 | 7. Timo Glasses, 4 for $69 | 8. Frida Glasses, $9.99

Image above: 1. Jewel Cut Glasses, 4 for $34 | 2. Beacon Glassware, $16+ | 3. Colorful Cafe Glasses, 6 for $48 | 4. Working Glasses with Lids, 4 for $16


Image above: 1. Brighton Tumbler, $16 | 2. Curve Glass, $16 | 3. Opalescent Tumbler, $16 | 4. Jadeite Tumbler, $15 | 5. Pooled Gold Glass, $14

  1. Preeti says:

    Very nice collection! Glasses are so fascinating that sometimes we tend to buy them even if storage space doesnt allow to! ;) thanks or sharing.

  2. There is something about the polka dot glasses that have me saying, “Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!” Love this post – and looking forward to finally getting my hands on the new book! :)

  3. Wow wow- all so very beautiful! Well worthy of the mighty green juice- a must in my own morning routine. Now, the question- which set do I snatch up?

  4. heather says:

    @Ariel — I was just going to post about those! I have the whale glass and it is my fave juice glass!

  5. Lilian says:

    I love the moody blues section (seeing as blue is my favourite color) of juice glasses, particularly #5, the Dissolved Cobalt. It looks like blue smoke or waves in the glass.

  6. Oami says:

    What is it about drinking plain water? I have to force myself to do it too, especially in winter. Love the hand blown green glass tumbler.

    1. Grace Bonney says:

      oami

      the thing is- it’s boring and gross. i have to force myself to drink it. fruit helps ;)

      g

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