Brighten up the morning with a fresh brew in a brilliantly colored mug. Find sturdy coffee mugs in bold solid colors from Fiesta. Eat breakfast in style with matching dinnerware from the collection. Choose shamrock green, turquoise blue, sunflower yellow or assemble a collection from a variety of colors. Enjoy mixing and matching shades? Gibson drinkware can help with an espresso cup and saucer that combines contrasting colors in a savvy way.
For another way to introduce vibrant colors into the morning routine, serve up special roasts in patterned coffee mugs. Choose playful floral patterns, like daisies, in bright purples from Classic Coffee & Tea by Yedi Dinnerware. Go with the sophistication of fine Wedgewood dinnerware for elegant Chinese flowers in softer pink or peach hues. Continue the plant theme—from when spring flowers bloom through winter holidays—with decorative pine tree mugs. Shoot for the stars or keep to simple polka dots for timeless geometric patterns from Spode.
Don’t leave a beautiful pattern behind when it’s time to take coffee mugs on the go. For a small dose of java, travel mugs are ready. Find them in neutral brown hues that are ready to travel to far off lands—like the European cities depicted on the café latte mugs. Ready for jumbo mugs? Get a mug that declares its XXL size. Never forget whether you packed coffee or tea for the trip, with java mugs that label the beverage in the design pattern.
Care for a simpler, subtler look? Take a plain silver mug along for the ride, or settle in with a white mug or glassware. Find tasteful, timeless white that lets a unique design be the standout feature—with Villeroy & Boch dinnerware or Waechtersbach drinkware. Let the beautiful hue of hot mulled cider (or chocolaty hot cocoa atop with a swirl of whipped cream) be the decoration, with see-through glass mugs from The Cellar, Luigi Bormioli or Bodum.
Be it casual china and dinnerware for the everyday, or special serveware for company, Macy’s has the coffee mugs for every occasion. Find a mug for tomorrow’s coffee, today.