Coasters have come a long way from the low-grade cork discs of yore. These round, glossy porcelain versions are a comeback we can dig. Interior design master Jonathan Adler created the graphic patterns with real gold accents. The teal Santorini mirrors the undertones of the Aegean Sea, while the hypnotic blend of white and gold in the Hollywood design harkens back to the age of art nouveau. Both offer suitable spots to store a stiff drink.
How it Works
At your next cocktail party, dish out these coasters to imbibing guests. The porcelain wares come in a set of four and will fit just about any glass: martini, highball, wine stem, you name it.
How to Use
Place the coasters wherever drinks are put—coffee tables, end tables, kitchen countertops, fireplace mantels—to protect surfaces from damage. Wash each coaster by hand.
High-fired glossy porcelain