Whether you like wine, cognac, champagne or fresh orange juice, you can't beat a decent glass for your favorite beverage. While even the cheapest white plastic cup can do the job, it probably won’t be as tasty as it could be using something more appropriate. If you are looking to stock your kitchen with good looking glasses here's our top picks, perfect for everyday use as well as being pretty enough to use at your next party.
1. LSA Polka Pastel Highball Glasses - keep your sipping colourful with these vintage-inspired pastel coloured glassses add a touch of sophisticated glamour to a stylish get-together or alfresco summer dining.
2. Keep your beverages colourful outdoors this summer with this stylish set of coloured plastic wine glasses. Perfect for wine, punches and the ubiquitous glass of Pimm’s.
3. Rocking Whiskey Glasses the design of these Rocking Whiskey Glasses helps release the flavours and aromas of your whiskey as it rolls around on its curved base. A unique and practical design.
4. This French Milk Glass is a great addition to your breakfast table made from recycled glass available from Dibor.
5. Tilting Hi Ball and Tumbler Set from Dibor is a fantastic talking point at a dinner party. Each is made from clear glass and is tilted adding a little something different to your table arrangements.
6. Mason Drinking Jars are very now, freshly squeezed juices, smoothies and cocktails have transformed the humble glass jar into a hip drinking glass.
7. If you prefer your glassware with a stem we love Waterford Crystal's designer collaborations with unique designs from Jasper Conran, John Rocha and Marc Jacobs a fantastic choice for elegant drinkware.
8. Modern brightly coloured festival plastic glasses. These durable tumblers have a chunky, cylindrical shape and are perfect for outdoor or indoor entertaining.
9. Get your stash on! These moustache sporting glasses takes sipping on your favorite beverage to a whole new level.
10. Glassware is not just for cold drinks, a hot latte definitely tastes better when served in the traditional tall latte glass mug.
While these glasses get our vote, we're wondering about your favorites. If your kitchen only had room for one type of glass, what would it be? Tell us what you think over on Facebook and Twitter.