Archive For The “Dinnerware” Category

NotNeutral Dinnerware Sets

So much of the dinnerware you see is, to put it politely, neutral. Visit any department store and you’ll find a sea of mostly very tasteful, understated designs. NotNeutral dinnerware does not fall into that category (as the name implies). NotNeutral dinnerware designs are bright, colorful, and thoroughly modern. In addition to some very simple, […]

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Espana Dinnerware by Tabletops Unlimited

Espana Dinnerware is a line produced by the kitchen and housewares manufacturer Tabletops Unlimited. Tabletops Unlimited has a history of creating high-quality china, and Espana is no exception. Espana’s pieces are often bright and eye-catching, and they make great everyday dishes. They’re also reasonably affordable, which makes them very popular with young families and 20-something […]

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Gibson Dinnerware

Gibson Dinnerware is a popular brand found in department and specialty stores throughout the United States. Their place settings make great everyday dinnerware, and their styles range from rustic to contemporary to classic. Unless you’re looking for something ultra-modern or extremely ornate and expensive, you can probably find something you like in Gibson’s dinnerware collections. […]

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Corelle Plates & Dinnerware Sets

Corelle has been providing families with high-quality, attractive, and affordable dinnerware for decades. A typical set of Corelle dishes will cost between $30-60, so while they’re not cheap, they are very reasonable for most families. The best thing about Corelle dinnerware, though, is the fact that it doesn’t chip. You can break it (though not […]

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Mikasa Dinnerware & Place Settings

Mikasa has a long-standing reputation for quality and elegant style, and their latest pieces are no exception. A typical Mikasa place setting is either simple and white, or white and accented with small bursts of color or metals. If you’re in the market for a new set of Mikasa place settings, you can expect to […]

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Lenox Dinnerware Sets

Lenox Dinnerware sets are an excellent choice for a traditionalist who enjoys a quality piece with a classy look. Lenox is the only manufacturer of bone china here in the United States, which could account for the slightly higher price. You can purchase Lenox Dinnerware Sets by clicking on the images below. Nearly all sets […]

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Dansk Dinnerware

Dansk Dinnerware is made by Dansk Corporation, a housewares company that’s been around for over 50 years now. Their dinnerware sets are contemporary, but offer timeless style. Dansk describes their philosophy by saying, “Every product should be stylish as well as functional.” They’re also extremely functional. Nearly all place settings and pieces from Dansk Dinnerware […]

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Kosta Boda Dinnerware

Kosta Boda is a brand I’ve always loved. They don’t make a lot of everyday dishes, but they do make some of the highest quality glassware you’ll find anywhere. Many of their pieces are more art than functional housewares, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t exceptions. My personal favorite (and something I intend to buy […]

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Stoneware Dinnerware Sets

Stoneware dinnerware is different from normal glass or clay dishes because it’s fired at an extremely high temperature to minimize scratches and chips. Generally speaking, it’s safe to put your stoneware dishes in the dishwasher or use them for everyday meals. Stoneware is typically pretty affordable, too, which makes it easy to accumulate a couple […]

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Oneida Dinnerware

Oneida is one of the country’s oldest and most successful housewares companies. Founded in 1880, Oneida continues to produce very high quality, mid-priced dinnerware and place settings. Oneida dinnerware is characterized by fairly simple, classic designs. Much of the Oneida dinnerware featured below is bright and cheerful, which would make it perfect to brighten up […]

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