Things I Like: IV

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Paris Tea Mug

from fab

Ingenious idea–it keeps your beverage piping hot–but this is a bit on the pricey side. Check this one out:

Tea Infuser Mug

from worldmarket

And it’s got a built in tea leaf strainer. Comes in many different designs (I own 2),  is affordable, and has that handy lid. I can’t pass up anything with a lid, can you?

Okay, this post is going to be a bit of an homage to World Market. I really dislike most big box stores and prefer to shop locally, but kids, you can find some cool shit there.

Like this:

Boho Stripe Non-Paper Cup

from worldmarket

The Tailor has a growing collection of these mugs –he drinks coffee out of one every morning. The white sleeve keeps your hand cool because that ceramic gets pretty hot.

Ceramic Tea Carafe

from worldmarket

To continue this (un)intentional theme–here’s how you can tote your tea to go! Again, built in strainer. And it’s just so …pretty.

Round Flask

from worldmarket

For the more grown up beverage.

Taking the flask to a whole new level. You could probably leave this one on the coffee table and not get yelled at. It’s that pretty.

Tool Bottle Opener

from worldmarket

For that special guy (or girl) in your life. I think it’s just kitschy enough.

Acrylic Double Old Fashioned Drinkware

from worldmarket

The best part of these is that they aren’t glass. So if you’re mildly inebriated and drop your drink, the only tragedy is that you wasted perfectly good alcohol. (I’m assuming your drink was alcoholic–why wouldn’t it be?)

Naomi Watts

from dorothysurrenders

How’d you like to come home to that waiting on the counter?

Yum.

suck it, martha.

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2 Comments on “Things I Like: IV”

  1. Earth Momma
    July 7, 2011 at 4:03 pm #

    how many tea accessories is too many tea accessories?

  2. July 7, 2011 at 7:37 pm #

    No such thing as too many. I have a whole (large) basket dedicated to tea and it’s accessories.

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