Glassware may be the most often used item in your kitchen. From your morning cup of orange juice to a frosty margarita after dinner we've got you covered with some of the greenest — and coolest — glassware around.
These colorful, eco-conscious tumblers ($20 for four) are made from recycled wine bottles — but play just as nicely with a glass of milk or an icy sangria. They come in various shades of green, cobalt blue and brown. Each glass is unique, which makes the set that much more interesting.
These Carnival confetti-colored recycled glass drinking glasses ($38 for four) are made from recycled drink bottles and designed by a renowned artist. Hand-blown in Mexico they hold 14 ounces each and their unique characteristics mean that no two are the same.
These beautiful pinched dots glasses ($10 each) are pinched in the center for easy handling and covered with random spots in shades of calming blue. They are hand-blown from recycled clear and colored glass, hold 12 ounces and have a nice weight to them.
At the end of the day, on a warm summer night, who isn't up for a frosty margarita on the patio? These Jose margarita glasses ($10 each) are stunning with their bright swirls of colored recycled glass all the way down the stem.
With all these choices in recycled glassware, it's easy and trendy to go green.
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