7 stylish glass coffee mugs to add to your collection
You can never have too many mugs - especially when they’re as beautiful as these ones… We’ve rounded up our favourite glass coffee mugs available to buy now.
We all have our trusty stash of ceramic and stoneware mugs, and possibly even some china teacups hidden away in the cupboard. But more and more glass designs are making their way into our homes. With their beautiful colours and quirky design details like wiggly handles, they look great on any shelf or coffee table.
These are the glass coffee cups we’ve been lusting after this month. Whether you’re after a simple, elegant mug or an on-trend design to make a statement in your kitchen, you’ll find something for you in our list.
Stylish glass coffee mugs you’ll want to use every day
Double Walled Glass Coffee Cups
Double-walled coffee cups make a big impact while keeping things simple and classy.
Inspired by the latte glasses you find in cafes, these glass mugs have an inner wall, creating the illusion of a floating drink inside. They also serve the dual purpose of keeping the outside of the cup cool enough for you to hold without burning yourself.
These mugs hold up to 275ml of your favourite drinks up to 100°C in temperature. Just add them to your dishwasher load when you’ve finished for easy cleaning.
Oita Colourful Glass Coffee Cups
We can always rely on Oliver Bonas to provide cute, trendy homeware pieces like these unusual glass coffee cups. You get two in a set, each in a different translucent tone with a contrasting handle.
Made from durable borosilicate glass, these mugs can go in the dishwasher and the microwave, so clean-up is easy.
Plus, Oliver Bonas has a handy gift wrapping service, so this set makes a great gift for fellow coffee and tea connoisseurs.
Orange / Cactus Bold Print Glass Cup
With their cheerful orange and cactus designs, these glass cups may be the cutest we’ve seen so far. Featuring zingy colours and summery illustrations, they’re sure to put you in a good mood.
As these mugs are made from hand-blown borosilicate glass, they can withstand high temperatures and go in the microwave. Each one can hold up to 500ml of your favourite beverage.
Coloured Glass Wiggle Mug
With their colourful wiggle handles, these mugs scream fun. There are six different designs to choose from, each with contrasting handles.
They’d look just as sweet styled on open shelving as they would holding your favourite beverage on your coffee table. Plus, you can add a special message when you buy them, so they make perfect gifts too.
Add them to your dishwasher load for easy cleaning.
Tawny Glass Coffee Mugs
There’s no shortage of fun glass coffee mugs online, but if you’re after something a little more elegant or pared back, try these ones. They come in a sophisticated ‘tawny’ brown tone with a ribbed texture for a subtle, classy look.
They’d look at home in minimalist or Scandi-style décor schemes, so you could try tying them in with neutral-toned furniture and accessories like a rustic wooden coffee table.
You’ll get two cups in a pack, and they’re made from non-slip glass with a heavy base to help avoid annoying spills.
Clear Glass Mug
- Buy now from H&M (£8.99)
- Browse the smaller glass mug from H&M (£2.99)
If you prefer to keep things simple, consider this beautiful clear glass mug from H&M. The retailer is one of our go-to stores for cute, on-trend décor pieces, particularly when it comes to tableware.
The design features a fluted pattern and a delicate glass handle. It’s also dishwasher safe in temperatures up to 50°C.
Colourful Ripple Glass Cup
- Buy now from Etsy UK (£20.50)
We couldn’t end the list without mentioning these quirky glass coffee mugs. With their ribbed cups, horseshoe-shaped handles and tinted glass, they have all the attributes of a seriously stylish mug.
These ones are handmade in the UK with heat-resistant glass, so you’ll be able to fill them with your favourite hot drinks.
Alice is a digital writer with a knack for tracking down the most innovative and exciting products to hit the market. Working across several of Our Media's special interest brands, she's written for publications including Countryfile, Gardens Illustrated and Science Focus. Outside of work - and lusting over homeware and gardening products - you’ll find her rambling in the great outdoors or watching an old film.