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Who doesn't enjoy a checkered picnic blanket on a warm summer day? But if you're not an outdoorsy kind of person, you can bring the picnic inside with this houndstooth utensil caddy.
Spear Tray, Large
A splurge indeed, but you get a sleek and striking update to your table in black stainless steel. I love the elongated design, chopstick-like handles and unusually rounded spoons. The perfect dinner companion would have to be matte black tableware.
Get a set of these hand-stamped serving utensils for yourself, or give them as a hostess gift if you'll be having Thanksgiving dinner at someone else's house.
This tin and wicker tray set is a clever and different way to plant. I think it's the perfect size and shape for a personal indoor herb garden. Do something different.
This is meant for utensils, but it could also be used to divide art supplies. Bonus: It's colorful and inexpensive.
I love the cheerful apple green color of this flatware set. And hopefully the bright pop on the ends will keep them from getting tossed into the trash by accident — not that that's ever happened before.
Jelli Green Flatware
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
I absolutely love this cutlery rack. It's so rustic and elegant and just simply stunning. I am also partial to it given the initials of my blog.
Serve up a little cheer (and label it as such) this holiday season. Recycled vintage wine tags are also a great gift idea.
This gold bamboo flatware set is simple, breathtaking and haute design. I would love to have these on my table. They would dress up any tablescape and take your meal to a classier level.
In an assortment of colors, these are such a great buy. They have a classic look but are still rich and beautiful.
Why not mix up your cutlery on your tablescape? These colors coordinate with a large bit of Cath Kidston's dinnerware and glassware patterns.
Monogrammed linen napkins are a quick way to elevate a dinner party. These ones can be customized in different color and monogram combinations.
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.
This classic pattern has been a favorite of mine for years. The braided handles add interest to a streamlined style that complements a variety of dinnerware patterns.
I have a flatware set similar to this and I adore it. The style is casual enough for everyday use but can get dressed up depending on the rest of the tableware. It's classic, simple, and for me, just right.
This galvanized utensil holder could also double as a vase — stick cups inside for water and then fill with flowers.
Artists have drawn Pandora's box in a hundred ways, but perhaps it was small, looking as if the sea had tossed it out and into Pandora's hands. This would be a lovely place to store extra hope.
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.
A set of cheese knives always makes a wonderful gift, and this set of vintage-inspired silverware will immediately become a favorite.
This decorative flatware for the table is perfect! It goes well with the theme and it's totally affordable.
Gold cutlery is unexpected and sophisticated. This particular set still manages to feel fresh and young.
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.
I love the look of dipped flatware, and these enameled place settings make it easy to distinguish between everyday indoor services and outdoor items.
Flatware totes are wonderful for picnics and for parties on the deck, porch or patio. They are also great ways to make the flatware easily available to guests at a buffet table. This tote sings out spring in its bright green and white color scheme.
You can't have too few trays when entertaining for the holidays. I love the natural feel of this one, and you could use it for everything from serving fresh rolls to transporting napkins and silverware to the table.
Think outside of the box and reuse a silverware caddy as a rolled sandwich or burrito delivery basket. It's perfect for picnics because you can slide one butcher-block-wrapped meal in each of the sections.
Artesia Flatware Caddy
Use Thanksgiving as an excuse to update your flatware. It doesn't have to be anything fancy; rather, buy something practical but nice looking. Then use the entire set!
I like the idea of taking this sleek-designed bamboo silverware in my bag every day — no more plastic at lunch!
I'm a big fan of children learning (at the proper age) how to use a knife. My daughter loves to practice cutting her food with this set.
Disposable silverware is usually pretty standard, but these bamboo forks and spoons have the perfect little stripes or dots.
You have to have French silverware in a French-inspired kitchen. These vintage spoons date back to the 1890s.
This is a discontinued china pattern from Georges Briard, but if you love the malachite border as much as I do, you can search for it on the web and add some of these beautiful plates to your collection. I love mixing in old and new dishes when serving a special dinner to friends or family.
Plates, bowls, platters, mugs, glasses and silverware - the Large Dishrack holds it all and easily install on most surfaces. Features include shelf space, vertical stacking room for plates, a glass holder on the bottom of the rack and a silverware holder placed on the side. Multiple units can be...
Handcrafted by celebrated Master Craftsman and Artisan Thomas A. Johnson, this beautiful chest can be used to store your choice of jewelry or silverware. Each chest is signed and numbered by Thomas A. Johnson out of his renowned warehouse located in historic Lynchburg, VA. The chest features...
About this Collection: Russian palaces and the romance of destinations like Versailles are the inspiration for this magnificent collection crafted with rosewood veneers and dressed in a Radiant Chestnut finish. Sensuous curves, impressive marquetry, and intricate hand carved pieces blend together...
Sarah Large Buffet by Copeland FurnitureCombining the warmth of solid Cherry with the beautiful forms of Shaker furniture design, the Sarah large buffet is simple and clean, with scooped legs and an overhanging top surface. This wide buffet consists of two top silverware drawers, with either 4...
Sarah Large Buffet
The LaFayette Sideboard / Buffet merges clean modern lines and traditional raised panel doors to create a strong, solid place to store and display your favorite serving pieces. Three deep drawers sit just below the servers top, which can be used to store silverware, linen napkins, wine bottle...
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