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The wooden handles on these utensils lend themselves well to a brown-hued color scheme for an autumn tabletop. Plus, they look like they would be comfortable to hold too.
The Brits know how to set a proper table: two of each kind, plus a tiny teaspoon. And, I must be honest, teeny-tiny spoons make me happy. There is no better way to eat ice cream.
Tilia Mirror Cutlery Set
I think this set is perfect for adding fun, whimsy, color and even conversation to your dinner table. You will never set the same table twice! Now, how fun is that?
Cutensils Cutlery Set
Even disposable cutlery can be stunning. These woodgrain pieces come with three choices of sayings stamped on the handle. My favorite is "Bon Appetit"!
Why not mix up your cutlery on your tablescape? These colors coordinate with a large bit of Cath Kidston's dinnerware and glassware patterns.
Gold cutlery is unexpected and sophisticated. This particular set still manages to feel fresh and young.
This butterfly-adorned set features inscribed quotes of wisdom on each piece, which would come in handy for those awkward dinner party moments when the conversation has all but dried up.
This nature-inspired design brings the outside in with tree-branch-like appendages, but I think it's more fun to see my fork or spoon as waving hello or hitching a ride. It's interesting flatware, however you view it.
iD Cutlery by Bow Wow
Just what I like: elegant minimalist design with a little surprise in the form of a geometric twist in the knife to spice things up. I'm seeing a soup bowl and dinner plate with angular edges sitting beautifully between the pieces of this intriguing set, all on a black linen placemat.
Like liquid metal, this set is so shiny you might expect it to dissolve as you pick it up. If your table is like mine and in the line of direct sunlight, you may want to shift things over to avoid blinding yourself as you attempt to eat your bisque.
This is a really quirky set of flatware. The rectangular spoons and donut-like handles would tempt me to pick one up and ding my glass with the end. Broken glass aside, how about playing around with graphic napkins to play up the shapes found in the cutlery?
iD Cutlery by Richard Hutten
I love those disposable wooden utensils for picnics and outdoor eating. The only problem is that they get tossed after a single meal. These organic, bamboo utensils are reusable and come in a variety of colors. Guests can have their own hues!
Make the hard work of clearing up after entertaining a little more enjoyable with these cutlery print tea towels.
An assortment of adorable multicolored cutlery with fun polka dots is sure to spice up weeknight dinners.
Gold cutlery is special. Yes, it can be used for a special occasions, but it can also be fun on a regular night with special friends. This rich gold color mixed with the modern shape is perfection.
SILVERware step aside, please. GOLDware is taking over in a major, major way. This set is bold, modern and elegant all at the same time. I'm especially in love with the filigree detail that is prim and proper, yet hiding some sort of scandalous secret. I'm suddenly in the mood to plot a dinner...
I can’t find enough silverware trays that acknowledge the fact that I have more utensils and small tools than just spoons, forks and knives. Finally, this one won’t make me dig around the sides to find my tiny whisk.
I love this bamboo, color-dipped cutlery because it could add a pop of color to a table setting that is mostly white. It's fun and playful and makes eating less serious.
This flatware collection makes me want to have summer parties and eat fudgy sundaes. These are for anyone who wants to add some color and fun to their dinner parties.
24 Piece Cutlery Set
Mark my words: purple is making a comeback. Dip your toes into the trend with some bamboo cutlery (or check out the ten other color options if you don't want to embrace this royal hue quite yet).
These lightweight utensils are easy to transport outside and feel a little more seasonally appropriate than heavy silverware.
I like sections because they take the pressure off the arrangement of the food, which I always spend far too much time figuring out (even when it's just for family members, who don't notice). The porcelain tray features a removable bamboo board that is great for serving meats and cheeses, and if...
Wrap up silverware and napkins or cookies and candy in these cute little chevron patterned paper bags.
First spring outdoor parties and gatherings beware: These cuties are here to make you unforgettable!
I bought this tool set for my daughter when she was four. She often pulled up her stool to help me prepare dinner, and I let her chop the fruits and veggies with a butter knife. It didn't work. So I bought these safe tools for her. There's still a bit of struggle slicing through tough skins, but...
This unexpected choice in cutlery not only matches the colors outside, but will also make you feel extra fancy while dining from your chili bread bowl.
You could go with predictable stainless cutlery, but mixing it up with black is unexpected. The elongated shape of this set brings an added touch of savvy design to the table.
Danish design is renowned for combining beauty with practicality. This travel cutlery set is no exception.
What a great set for those who are relentlessly masochistic when it comes to their workouts, as they can now continue pumping iron as they replenish their protein. Each utensil is proportionately weighted, the knife and fork coming in at 1 kg — really! — while the 2 kg dessert spoon makes your...
Eat Fit Cutlery
This beautiful wood and steel cutlery has a little design gimmick: black-dipped handles. They will definitely get you to open your eyes in the morning!
I'm scared and intrigued all at once. Upon further investigation, this robo-esque knife and spork seem far less menacing when their practicality is considered. They incorporate a can opener and bottle opener so you have five handy implements for use on the go, or to make your dinner table...
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