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In the search for essential home furnishings, the quest for the best dinnerware sets falls somewhere in between a couch and a Spiralizer. Sure, any old thing can serve as a functional vessel for holding roast chicken/avocado toast/Frosted Flakes, but the best dinnerware sets do a lot more.
Like a well-tied scarf, a pair of adventurous pants, or a beautifully worn-in leather couch, the best dinnerware sets have the power to telegraph your taste to anyone lucky enough to see them. And triangulating your personal style, your budget, and the need for basic functionality/durability amid the swirl of vibes can make shopping for dishware very tricky.
In order to help you find something both handsome and functional, we first consulted Alex Eggs, senior staff writer at Bon Appétit. For example, ceramic dinner sets are great for most people because the material is hearty, dishwasher safe, and looks fancier than it often costs, but it can make eating with metal utensils a noisy affair.
She also said you should pay attention to whether your dishware stacks easily, thereby ruling out most square or wavy plates. With the advice from Eggs, we dove into the wide world of dinner sets you can buy on the internet, scanning the wares of direct-to-consumer startups, small restaurant supplies, and juggernaut home decor brands.
“It's no secret that Fuji is the go-to spot if you want to subtly flex your tastefulness without breaking the bank,” says Warwick. Among a growing set of the creative class, Fuji clothing, travel gear, and stationary has all been lauded for its simplistic aesthetics and hyper-functionality.
The sets are co-signed by Kali ta, who lists the Main plates in a locked Pinterest board of dinnerware she keeps for her clients. “I think is great if you care about design, but you’re 23 and just moved into a teeny tiny apartment and you just want something that looks good,” she said.
All the dinnerware from Mud Ceramics have a beautiful, slightly odd silhouettes, and a shiny matte finish. “I think it's a good registry item, if you can get a bunch of people to cobble a set together for you.” Henderson has amassed a collection of Mud pieces over the years, with a preference for the company’s softer colored options.
For those who tend to destroy their dinner sets, and are willing to lean into the mess-hall-kitsch-vibe, Eggs suggests looking into dishware made from melamine. Depart's ceramic dinnerware sets itself apart with a hearty gloss glaze and a pronounced rim.
Despite mostly being into white dinnerware, Kali ta says she makes an exception for Danny Kaplan's deeply colored glazes. Kaplan was an interior designer and food stylist before discovering a knack for ceramics in a class he took for fun.
If your style leans a bit more traditional, Henderson suggests you get something white with blue accents. The beautiful and delicate lines of Royal Copenhagen tableware is a natural extension of that love.” She says they’re just as good in a traditional setting as they are in a Park Slope townhouse with modern chairs and globular lighting fixtures.
They're super hearty and reminiscent of the kind of plates you'd find at your neighborhood Greek diner, especially in the “Line” pattern. Though Eggs notes that IKEA's dinnerware sets have a notably short shelf-life (“they look so terrible after being used like, 14 times”), Hampering says they’re fine for any person with an “as long as it holds soup” mentality.
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