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HIK! Glass: Love It or Hate It?

Finnish design group Lasistudio has repurposed glass bottles and jars by turning them into drinking glasses. The cleverly titled HIK! glasses (about $79 for a set of 4) come in brown and green, and in packs of 2, 4, 6 and 12. I think they're rather nice, and appropriate for Earth Day. How about you? Would these find a way into your home?

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keiraz keiraz 9 years
too gloomy
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
I'll pass.
fuzzles fuzzles 9 years
Love the idea, hate the price and the logo. Why does everything have to have a brand splashed across it?
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 9 years
Maybe if they didn't say HIK. I might like them in a different color.
Hootie Hootie 9 years
$80 for 4 ugly brown glasses? No way!
Food Food 9 years
Also, the price is actually 49 Euros, but with the way the dollar is, they're so much more expensive. And I agree with you party, the brown doesn't do it for me, but they have a green set too!
partysugar partysugar 9 years
Not for me. Blah brown wont make any of my drinks look pretty and appetizing.
sonnabobble sonnabobble 9 years
i was having same problem kia?!
kia kia 9 years
Sorry for the repost... my comment was not showing up for a while.
kia kia 9 years
love them. We made some for our wedding reception dinner because the recycling program at our location was suspended. We used green wine bottles, a glass cutter, and sandpaper... super easy, super inexpensive and they looked great.
gabiushka gabiushka 9 years
I would take the 79, but something nicer and keep the change.
sonnabobble sonnabobble 9 years
i think the c&b plates are $40 for 4?!
sonnabobble sonnabobble 9 years
crate and barrel makes some recycled green glass plates that aren't quite as expensive.
sonnabobble sonnabobble 9 years
why so much?
kia kia 9 years
Love it. We did this for our wedding reception with green wine bottles, a glass cutter, and a little sandpaper. Easy, and inexpensive.
sarahlotfi sarahlotfi 9 years
I would love to have them in my home, I think they're nice to look at and also nice to think that they were repurposed and good for the earth - but holy cow, too much money. with the economy the way that it is right now, who can afford to spend $79 for 4 glasses!!???
verily verily 9 years
They're cute but ridiculously expensive.
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