Category: Tableware

Cutlery Set by Su Jo-yin

Perhaps the best way to get the little ones, friends and a sexy neighbor to your kitchen before for a meal is to set the table with the Su Jo-yin’s Puppets Cutlery Set. Super-stylish spoon, knife and a fork, this fun cutlery are good for collecting, cutting and spiking everything from fruit and vegetables to…

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Kitchen Necessities by Skagerak

Pantry is a beautiful and convenient collection of tableware & more by Skagerak both for the table and kitchen. The grating is a recurring feature of this collection, and is evocative of the grating on wonderful, old sailing ships. It lends airiness to the design, since the contents and background are constantly visible through it….

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Fruit Bowl by Thomas Feichtner

In its really long history, the fruit bowl has always been a central object of kitchen/dining table culture. This one is a project of Thomas Feichtner. It’s a step beyond the standard rounded shape. The open design keeps surface contact to a minimum and stabilizes your tasty fruit in position. In keeping with classical Austrian…

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Flatware by IĆDesign

A project of Ivan Erkić for IĆDesign (a young design studio from Belgrade, Serbia) the Magic Spoon features a simple yet practical cling-on design. It’s just the tool modern chefs should have in their kitchen. The thing is that placing everything on a cup and saucer makes things dangerously wobbly and many of us every…

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Tabletops by Phuc Van Dang

The Phucisme line by Phuc Van Dang is both colorful and minimalist. We cannot help but like it. A very simple line which has subtle uses of graphics & colour, it brings to mind Keith Haring’s work because of its minimalist lines & pop culture flavor. Made out of a slew of materials, this line…

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Designer Plates by Nir Meiri

These cool concrete plates, a project of famous industrial designer Nir Meiri, stand on legs of lumber. Meiri decided to make them out of an uncommon cement mixture. Composted of 2 elements, all platters have a sturdy stone placemat and also a surface to receive food. These designer plates give your tasty dish a bit…

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Eco Friendly Tableware by Ori Sonnenschein

The Solskin Peels is a project of Ori Sonnenschein. Using locally sourced, raw seasonal materials, Ori, a self-proclaimed optimist, created a set of light-weight tableware which is long lasting, biodegradable and water resistant. This beautiful set of dishes is made out of citrus peels, and even though unorthodox, the results are wonderfully textured as well…

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Decorative Utensils by Nendo

The Forest Spoon from Nendo is both stylish and useful. It features spoon handles which are shaped like tree branches featuring tiny birds perched on top. The designer wanted the spoons to look much like a forest when put together. It’s a truly cool design, especially because spoons are generally basic in construction. These utensils…

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Garlic and Onion Bowl by Baita Design

These garlic and onion bowls by Baita Design make playfully pungent platters. There is something wonderfully delicious about foodie dish design, and these bowls are good enough to eat on their own. Manufactured out of melamina, the duo includes a set of clove-shaped scoops on pegs and a bulb-shaped jar. Where the onion crock is…

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Victorian Table Sets by Marcel Wanders

Well-known designer Marcel Wanders specializes in interior and product design. One of Marcel’s latest designs is stainless-steel cutlery set and porcelain tableware. This Victorian style table set is for no ordinary kitchen table. Named the Dressed this set is made for a modern tycoons Manhattan apartment. The design in the object part of the line…

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