Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Drinks Are On Me

I've just heard back from the folks at John Stefanidis and you can order the drinks tray directly from them. $400, delivery about three weeks from your order. Just in time for cocktails by the pool. johnstefanidis.com.

Oh! And the lampshades, in case you were wondering, were made by Tindle Lighting in the UK.

11 comments:

Alexandra said...

Excuse me? Isn't that not even a bit much, but completely insane for a drink tray?

Mrs. Blandings said...

Alexandra - I certainly see your point. If you look at the last image in the previous post you'll see they are pretty large. Also, made to order, which I imagine means not made in China by the thousands. So, no, not insane. Not everything can be from Target.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Mrs. Blandings, I absolutely love these. They are so stylish, and the colors are wonderful! I wish I had them in both blue and green.

When I clicked over to the website, I loved seeing the picture of them with the coffee service. They would be a perfect accessory for Florida. And there is a mirror there that takes my breath away, too (the gold one with the wheat... I think that's wheat in the design). Stunning.

Thanks for posting this.

Sheila

kenju said...

Dear God, I was sure it was a misprint. I would love to know how many they sell at that price. For my money, they better be mink-lined or diamond-studded at that price.

Stacy said...

Amen Mrs. B

Boxwood Terrace said...

Oh, my. Would you throw in a mortgage payment too? Just kidding. I never seen anything like these trays before. Fun and colorful. And I'm a fan of the lampshades. Thanks for sharing the source.
Deborah

linda said...

So pretty...I'd use it poolside serving mojitos!

Gramercy Home said...

Tres chic! No pun intended.

Linenqueen said...

$400?

No.

The Ancient said...

When I lived in Athens forty years ago, the coffee boy (and he was a boy) would use one of these to bring endless cups of coffee up the stairs to my office on the fourth floor -- always accompanied with sugar and a glass of water.

(Is $400 is too much to retrieve a fragment of my lost youth? Hmmm.)

Mrs. Blandings said...

Ancient - not in the least. Why, oh why didn't I have adventures in my youth?