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Hydrate in Style at Home

Hydrate in Style at Home

Staying hydrated comfortably is a key part of sensible and healthy lifestyle. As the weather warms up during the summer months, this becomes an even more important part of home life.

Here at Homecolours, we love to see new ways to bring the essential nature of water to the dining table in style. By setting a place for natural water in jugs and carafes, diners are offered the chance to drink in the restorative properties.

The latest items from top labels and design houses help to cultivate the importance of water holders in unique and elegant ways. 

Take the above Georg Jensen Sky Water Pitcher, Glass and Stainless Steel for example. The beautifully curved shape forms the ideal receptacle for water for lunches or dinners. 

Capable of holding up to 1.5 litres of liquid, the pitcher makes use of an ergonomic design allowing the handle to for perfectly comfortably in the hand. Created from mouth-blown glass, the item is sure to make a distinct impression on the dining table. 

The Mepal Flow Water jug is another excellent way to provide water for diners. Ideal for storing natural water and other drinks such as juice or smoothies, the jug can be used indoors or outdoors. The 1.5 litre clear jug is just the thing for a warm sunny day. 

  

The above Lungo Water Carafe by Blomus is perfect for setting a place for refreshing aqua at the table. 

The versatile glass and oak pieces are designed by Adam Miller for Blomus and contain a fine degree of mouthblown production. 

This style of creation means each individual item is unique. They will offer a great look to the dining room with the coffee-coloured glass helping to build up an elegant and relaxed appearance for meal times. 

  

LSA is a production house expert in the making of glass products. The Borough Water Carafe, 1.1L is brilliant evidence of the label’s experience with producing the best in mouth blown glass items. 

The unique carafe is perfect for putting water out at the table for diners and guests. The beautifully curved angles and fluted pouring system all help to make a unique looking water container. The dignified and contemporary piece always offers the chance to pour water in a refined fashion. 

The carafe can also be paired to great effect with accompanying glassware from LSA. 

Enjoy the summer, and stay hydrated in style! 

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