An important part of accomplishing your host duties is setting a table that not only hits the mark in seating arrangements, but also brings out dishes that serve more than just purposes. Do you remember Monica and her obsession with her porcelain dishes? While nothing beats our durable steel and plastic plates forever, indulging in beautiful tableware won’t hurt either! Plus, many of our local labels have more than just plates and glasses to offer. Some are made from eco-friendly read broken glass while others are made from sustainable read bamboo. Here are some kitchen utensil labels that have the concept just …
The philosophy of Indus People is simple – inspired by various colors and textures of India, presenting a unique history appealing to the modern Indian. All of their products are somewhere inspired by the snow capped Himalayan mountains, the Himá ÄÂÂÂÂ ?? – laya Medium Bowl, is stoneware with ivory reactive glaze and the colors used are food safe. The uneven shape of the bowl makes the rough and mountainous texture.
If you can’t get enough of Goa, bring Goa home with these dishes. The aesthetic of Terravida is inspired by the heritage of Goa by incorporating Portuguese elements. Whether it is the details of the rooster or the banana leaf or a fish motif on their plates and other serving dishes, your table is sure to bring back the nostalgia of Goa.
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Self-expression, aspiration, empathy and elegance being the goals the people of The Muse wish to achieve, their products embody them in one form or another. From interior decoration to tableware, La Muse has something for everyone. The Mystical Ceramic Tea kettle stands out for the choice of colors, vintage dynamism and, of course, its mystical vibe. Their bottle holders, on the other hand, are an instant attraction with their design based on minimalism and simplicity.
Founded by Anita Lal in 1996, Good Earth has since established itself as a sustainable luxury home decor brand. From paper lanterns and lanterns, to tableware and serving items, Good Earth has you spoiled for choice in design and workmanship, all screaming in luxury.
Based in Bangalore and founded by husband-wife duo Chintan and Adrita Sarkar, Minimal Indian is an interior design concept brand that delivers exactly what its name suggests: minimalism in all of its offerings. Their ceramics are worked by potters from Bengaluru and the attention to detail speaks volumes. The Mustard Peony breakfast set particularly catches your eye with its seamless fusion of two rather opposing color schemes of white and yellow without going overboard and without sticking to the brand’s ethos.
The plated project
Focusing only on the plates, The Plated Project is an art and table lover’s paradise. This local label works with dedication around its mission statement – Buy a Plate, Fill a Plate. With every plate sold, there are seven donated meals, proving that art destroys hunger and ignites conversations. Each plate has a unique story to tell and, therefore, their limited edition pieces. Their latest launch in September – Unspoken – is a two-pronged attempt to raise awareness of deaf equality and sponsor meals for them.
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