The shape of these tumblers reminds me of glasses you'd find at a French cafe. I love the rainbow of color options. I'd mix and match colors at the table.
French Bull has built its collection around melamine — and it shows. This modern rose pattern is just one of more than a dozen designs for plates.
If I had space in my cupboards, this is the melamine set I'd want to own. The bold pattern looks bohemian chic.
I'm typically not a holiday platter girl who gets excited about themed dishes such as Christmas plates and Easter bowls. But this Jonathan Adler platter set in their mod USA pattern has a fun patriotic twist to its design.
Bongenre is a great source for melamine dishware that doesn't look like typical plastic dishes. A set of these plates would be perfect for a tapas party.
These tumblers bring you back to the original use for melamine: packing a picnic! The design of the cups feels inspired by the plastic cups we all recognize.
Color names are sometimes a perfect fit. This melamine plate is called "Lemonade," and it certainly stirs up dreams of summer.
For nautical lovers, these plates are a whimsical spin on the motif. The designs feel timeless.
What a juicy color combination. This melamine bowl is the perfect dish to serve summer pasta salad.
This melamine tray is quite an eye-catcher; it feels very one of a kind. And the colors remind me of summer tomatoes and plums.
Because everything is more special when it's personalized, you can add a little customization to these melamine plates. I was already sold with the blue gingham pattern.
Here's another example of melamine that appears ceramic from afar, thanks to its sophisticated design. It has both looks and function rolled into one.
I adore these illustrated plates. They're perfect for a kid's room, but frankly, I want to hang the sun on my kitchen wall.