Fun and Funky Modern Tableware
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Created by award-winning Japanese architect and designer Toyo Ito, this distinctive cutlery set draws on the tactile sensation of chopsticks. Its sleek, linear lines are softened with an organic quality inspired by plants. The result is an elegant harmony. Composed of one table spoon, one table fork, one table knife and one dessert fork in 18/10 mirror polished stainless steel.
A compliment to the MU Flatware Place Setting or beautiful on it's own, this serving set is created by award-winning Japanese architect and designer Toyo Ito, and draws on the tactile sensation of chopsticks. Its sleek, linear lines are softened with an organic quality inspired by plants. The result is an elegant harmony.
Crafted from durable, shatterproof melamine, this cream and sugar set is perfect on it's own to add a pop of color to your table or coordinated with any other pieces from the award-winning Russel Wright collection. BPA Free. Dishwasher safe.
Young Dutch design house Jansen+Co adds to its growing collection of brightly colored ceramic serving ware with cheerful pedestal stands. Layout cupcakes, pies, cake of course, or anything you want to display on your tablescape. Traditional form meets contemporary styling in the minds of Jansen+Co founders Anouk Jansen and Harm Magis.
Mid-century industrial designer Russel Wright believed that the table was the center of the home. First designed over 60 years ago, the Russel Wright Residential Collection is available once again, crafted from durable, shatterproof melamine. Winner of the Good Design Award from the Museum of Modern Art (1953, 1954), the Residential Collection remains an icon of the 20th century––and now 21st century––home. BPA Free. Dishwasher safe.
Made of high quality ceramic, these mugs are perfect for serving that little bit of espresso at the end of a fabulous meal. They are a beautiful combination of industrial production and hand finish. Their shape is classic with twist and is available in bright colors and urban tones.
- With the launch of the Dwell Store and Thanksgiving right around the corner the timing couldn't be more perfect.
A bellwether in America’s shift in taste toward modern design, potter and artist Russel Wright’s 1937 American Modern line of dishes and tableware has all the clean, expressive warmth you’d want on the dining table. And yes, that even goes for the creamer.