85 Asian Serveware
Serveware is a great addition to your kitchen, helping you to do everything from tossing a salad to serving guests chips and dip in style. There are lots of options to choose from, from common items to those that are more specific. In general, think about aesthetic preferences and needs when shopping for serveware. More
Blue and white china patterns are classic, but this modern take on the style makes for a refreshing update. The fish becomes the focal point, making for a more minimalist style that sets this piece apart.
This platter would be perfect for serving up something sweet. The painterly cherry blossoms have been designed to reflect the Japanese style of tattooing known as Sumi and evoke the iconic symbol of springtime. The shades of pink and purple would complement any number of elegant meals.
The perfect addition to your blue-and-white collection, this hand-painted porcelain basin bowl can be used to hold fresh fruit or flowers, but looks equally beautiful on its own.
This elegant serving bowl would surely delight your guests regardless of its contents. However, there's no doubt an Asian-themed dish would be appropriate given the traditional Japanese motif. The design reflects a traditional style of tattoo art known as Sumi, and brings spring to life with...
Traditional blue and white china patterns like Blue Willow are tried and true, but sometimes an update is called for. This serving platter references classic china patterns but with a streamlined, contemporary twist.
The walnut PakkaWood handles nestle comfortably in the hand, and the Shun logo embossed on the bottom adds balance and beauty, whether in the hand or at rest in the block.
Shun Premier Chef's Fork 6.5"
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Kershaw KAI Shun Classic Chef's Fork 6.5"
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Bento boxes: If I could eat each and every meal in one of these gorgeous compartmental boxes, I would! They are so elegant and look like jewelry boxes. The truth is that melamine is a very resistant and long-lasting material, so investing in a melamine bento is a great idea.
Bento Box With Cover
Use this on a large ottoman in lieu of a coffee table, or on a stand as a side table. It would also be perfect to corral bottles on a bar.
New to the menagerie of chic animals by Jonathan Adler, this white glazed elephant bowl would be fabulous on a coffee table or perfect in your entryway for keys or clutter. So darling.
This colourful set of four pinch pots is a great way to organise and store pickles and spices on the dining table. They are made of porcelain and make for great gifts as well.
Colourful Pinch Pots
Set of 2 purple sakura / cherry blossom trays made with original Kyoto washi paper. These small trays would be great for the vanity area or on the coffee table for serving little snacks
Small Japanese trays
I'll try just about anything that means I don't have to pull out the iron. If that means my placemats are going to be made out of small river rocks, so be it.
This gorgeous bowl literally glows. Made from hammered bronze and gold leaf, it adds metal and an exotic touch to any surface in your home, whether you use it in the dining room or on the dresser to old your jewelry.
A little melamine tray made with Chiang Mai Dragon fabric is perfect for organizing small items on the bar.
This colourful and stylish serving set is a great way to serve your guests some homemade Japanese-style sushi. The set includes porcelain servers and bamboo chopsticks as well as dip dishes and is perfect for a party of two.
Lovely red blossom trivet made with original Kyoto washi paper and backed with a cork bottom. A great trivet for teapots, hot pans or aroma oil burners.
Wax relief from a silkscreen transfer lends rustic woven texture to this porcelian sake cup.Porcelain with wax relief pattern glazeDishwasher-, microwave-, freezer- and oven-safe to 250 degreesWater safeMade in China
These little Japanese bowls would be perfect scattered around the house as catchalls for keys and loose change. They are also wonderful for small hand soaps in the bathroom or small snacks in the kitchen.
A beautiful classic blue and white china tray like this one from High Street Market can do double-duty by holding mail by the door most days and serving during cocktail hour at your next shindig.
Acrylic trays are a favorite of mine. I love how this one is lined with a snakeskin print. Super chic!
This beautiful tray is made up of parquet squares of natural lidi fiber, taken from the spine of coconut leaves. It's the perfect base for a trayscape, for leaving atop an upholstered ottoman or for serving your guests. Whatever you use it for, it will add a layer of natural texture to your room.
A fresh lemonade served in one of these amazing enamel cups is the best excuse for a 10-minute break!
Whimsical dragon salt and pepper shakers by L'Objet for the chinoiserie table are such a stylish choice.
Smooth surface reveals warm grain while the curved shape brings a sculptural element. Rustic yet refined, this set is the perfect addition to any naturalist space. Handcrafted in Thailand.
Pure and simple. Clean Asian shapes have a thin, elegant feel and sophisticated color palette of subtle celadon and matte black. Porcelain is fired at a very high temperature, with the cooling process creating the beautiful crackling of the glossy glaze. This traditional artistic effect is food...
This blue and white Chinese porcelain bowl would be wonderful on a kitchen counter filled with peaches or artichokes.
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