Destanee Fournier. Dinnerware. May 29th , 2017.
Second is color. You want dinnerware that matches your overall theme. While you may be tempted to color-coordinate your dinnerware with the kitchen, remember that you`ll actually be using your dinnerware in the dining room. Match the colors to whatever motif you have in that area rather than in your kitchen unless you`re looking at canisters, mixing bowls, or other dishes that are rarely used to serve food. You may also want to keep in mind the color of the glasses you`ll be using with your dinnerware. If they`re clear, they will go with almost anything, but if you have colored glasses, you don`t want to select dinnerware that will clash.
When Corelle dinnerware was first introduced, white was the standard. Its selling point was its strength and durability, along with a bit of the `mystique` of space travel innovations. However, in the decades that followed, the makers at Corelle decided to expand their offerings with color designs and catchy patterns suited to casual use. Today, you can find Corelle dinnerware designs ranging from French Provincial and Italian styles to geometric and Impressionist style dinnerware. Some even boast complementary different patterns for salad and dinner plates, intended to work as standalones or partners. Yet others simulate elegant China patterns, with white centers and deep tones around the perimeter. So you can see there`s no shortage of design choices that contribute to the good looks of your table setting, as well as making that food look appealing to your diners.
Imagine this. You`re planning a dinner party for a few close friends. The invitations are sent. The menu is determined. You`ve written a three-page-long to-do list to get your home ready. One question you`ve probably asked is this: what dinnerware will we use? For special occasions, you don`t want to use your everyday dinnerware. To make your guests feel welcomed, you should always give them your best. Perhaps you already have a set of china or fine wine goblets that you love. But, there are many who are still looking for just the right formal dinnerware to suit their style and needs.
Storage is also important. If you are able to put them in a china cabinet, that`s great. That way, you are able to see your nice dinnerware on a daily basis. If you don`t have a china cabinet, store your dinnerware in a safe kitchen cabinet or even in the original boxes until you`re ready to use. Since these items are a lifelong investment, the last thing you want is for a piece to break.
The Maison 50 Piece Dinnerware Set is ideal for big occasions like birthday parties, thanksgiving parties and other occasions. It is made from durable and glazed stoneware. The set includes five salad plates, ten dinner plates, ten bowls, five fruit bowls, five saucers, ten mugs and five napkin rings. It is microwave and dishwasher safe.
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