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10 Easy Pieces: Space-Saving Stackable Drinking Glasses

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10 Easy Pieces: Space-Saving Stackable Drinking Glasses

June 1, 2016

One purchase that’s changed my life in the past year is a set of stackable glasses. Where there once was a mess of glassware, now three take up the footprint of one, stacking neatly and making room for more tableware (a big plus). Here are our favorite everyday glasses designed for stacking.

Toyo Sasaki Drinking Glasses

Above: A few of us at Remodelista rely on the Toyo-Sasaki HS Stackable Glass Tumbler; $6 each at Schoolhouse Electric. They’re also available at March in San Francisco; a set of six is $42.

Iittala Stacking Glasses

Above: A set of four Iittala’s Clear Lempi Glasses is $74.99 at Amazon.

Rien Drinking Glasses from New Tendency

Above: Designed by Christian Metzner for New Tendency, the Rien Drinking Glass is $46.99 for a set of four at the Dwell Store. They’re also available directly at New Tendency in sets of two and four and at Dopo Domani in 200 or 300 ml sizes.

French Picardie Glasses by Duralex

Above: A set of six Picardie Glass Tumblers is $21 at Williams-Sonoma.

Williams-Sonoma Open Kitchen Tumblers

Above: A set of six Williams-Sonoma Open Kitchen Tumblers is $24 for the short size and $30 for the tall size.

Crate & Barrel Eddy 11 Drinking Glasses

Above: Crate & Barrel’s Eddy 11 oz. Everyday Stacking Glasses are $2.95 each or $29.95 for a set of 12.

Menu Stacking Glasses

Above: Menu’s Stackable Glasses are made of mouth-blown glass; $13.95 for a set of six at The Line.

Ikea Pokal Clear Glasses

Above: Ikea’s Pokal Glasses are modeled after the classic Picardie glass; $2.99 for a set of six.

Duralex Gigogne Glasses

Above: The Duralex Gigogne Glass is $5 NZD ($3.50 USD) for the smallest size and $6.50 NZD ($4.50 USD) for the slightly larger size at Father Rabbit in New Zealand. You can also pick up a set of six of the larger size for $21.99 at Target.

Ikea Reko Glasses in the UK

Above: In the UK, Ikea’s Reko Glasses are £0.90 ($1.30) for a pack of six.

Kartio Glass Tumbler

Above: The Iittala Kartio Large Tumblers are £8 ($12) each at Future & Found. You can also source them on Amazon in clear.

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