Designer Kitchen Accessories

Here you will find dinnerware, flatware, bowls, cookware and everything to add to your kitchen.

Designer Dinnerware 

white dishware

Dinner Sets

Using heirloom pieces of dinnerware as a type of home deco accessory is a common Old World tradition passed down from grandmother to granddaughter. This tradition requires that pieces of dinnerware be displayed for decoration throughout the kitchen and dining area of the home. This type of interior decor is usually hung on walls, displayed in china cabinets, and displayed on high shelves in a decorative pattern. Dinnerware that is not to be used for dining and regularly used for dining are both commonly displayed throughout the home. It’s a good idea to keep expensive or heirloom dinnerware locked safely inside of a china cabinet or a locked kitchen cabinet with glass windows. This will allow the dinnerware to be enjoyed visually while keeping it protected from theft and damages. Dinnerware that has no sentimental or financial value can be displayed on walls, on shelves, or inside of open cabinets to add to your designer kitchen accessories. This not only adds a rustic charm to your kitchen or dining room, but it will also make fetching your dinnerware convenient. If you have pieces of dinnerware that no longer belong to a matching set, you can use some craft items and creativity to turn them into personalized decorations that can be used anywhere in your home. 

contemporary gold silverware

Flatware Sets

Using heirloom pieces of dinnerware as a type of home decor accessory is a common Old World tradition passed down from grandmother to granddaughter. This tradition requires that pieces of dinnerware be displayed for decoration throughout the kitchen and dining area of the home. This type of interior decor is usually hung on walls, displayed in china cabinets, and displayed on high shelves in a decorative pattern. Dinnerware that is not to be used for dining and regularly used for dining are both commonly displayed throughout the home. It’s a good idea to keep expensive or heirloom dinnerware locked safely inside of a china cabinet or a locked kitchen cabinet with glass windows. This will allow the dinnerware to be enjoyed visually while keeping it protected from theft and damages. Dinnerware that has no sentimental or financial value can be displayed on walls, on shelves, or inside of open cabinets. This not only adds a rustic charm to your kitchen or dining room, but it will also make fetching your dinnerware convenient. If you have pieces of dinnerware that no longer belong to a matching set, you can use some craft items and creativity to turn them into personalized decorations that can be used anywhere in your home. 

Gold-Decorative-Centerpiece

Bowls

Bowls aren’t just for eating your morning cereal or enjoying a hot helping of soup on a cold day. The basic function of bowls is to hold things. Taking this into consideration, bowls can be one of the most versatile types of home decor you can add to virtually any room. Decorative bowls can be used in your designer kitchen as accessories to a counter top display or can be used to hold small kitchen items that you’d like to keep within arm’s reach. Decorative bowls can be placed in your living room on your fireplace mantle or on a table. Keys, candy, or potpourri can be stored within your decorative bowls to make them both attractive and practical. Your bedroom dresser could benefit from a decorative bowl. You can use it to store: 

  • jewelry
  • cosmetics
  • hair accessories

Decorative glass beads can also be stored inside to compliment the color and design of the bowls. In your bathroom, a set of decorative bowls can be lined up on the back of your toilet, on a cabinet, or on a shelf to give a subtle splash of color and style. Play around with different types of bowls. Combine a crystal bowl with two ceramic bowls to make an interesting pattern. 

Copper cookware non stick




Cookware

It may surprise you to learn that your cookware can actually be used as part of your kitchen decor. There are many ways for you to safely hang and display your attractive cookware. A hanging pot rack will allow you to hang several pieces of cookware in a small amount of space. It’s best to hang lighter cookware from the rack to prevent an accident and to avoid putting too much weight on the rack itself. These pot racks are best used with copper cookware, steel cookware, and ceramic cookware. To hang heavier cookware items, like cast iron, as decorative home decor items, it’s recommended that you hammer a thick nail into a wall stud for support. Since you will need to hang your cast iron cookware on wall studs, this means your cookware won’t be able to be hung evenly or in a set pattern. That’s perfectly fine. The random placement of your cast iron pans on the walls will add a unique country charm to your designer kitchen accessories. 

Unique coffee makers

 

Single serving coffee maker

Coffee Makers

The Classic Keurig K-Cup Single Serve Coffee Maker, and a perennial best-seller, the Keurig K55 brews a rich, smooth, and delicious cup every time with the quality you expect from Keurig. Simple touch buttons make your brewing experience stress free, and multiple K-Cup pod brew sizes help to ensure you get your perfect cup. Whether you like your coffee strong, mild, decaf, or flavored, you can brew all of your favorites with the Keurig K55 – and with large 48oz water reservoir, you can brew 6+ cups before having to refill. Discover hundreds of K-Cup pod varieties from all of the brands you love, including Green Mountain Coffee, Starbucks, and Lipton, and enjoy coffee, tea, hot cocoa and more. Also available in a two fun colors to complement your décor, and compatible with the Keurig Classic Series My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter, so you can brew your own ground coffee in your designer kitchen.

 


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