Sabyasachi couture for your kitchen? It’s possible
Beautiful kitchenware to prove you're officially adulting
If you’re adulting then you better do it right, right? One of the first steps in that journey is perhaps to chuck out the plastic cereal bowl that your aunt got from that visit to Disneyland and invest in some quality kitchenware.
Even if things are not old-Disneyland-bowl dire, it doesn’t mean that you can’t invest in some designer pieces to completely transform your dinner parties, or even for treating yourself to a decadent dinner-for-one.
We’ve got something for every kind of host. You want classy, grown-up fancy dinner party? Not a problem. You like your stuff to be kitschy and quirky? We’ve got your back.
3 ways to amp up your kitchenware
India Circus by Krsnaa Mehta’s latest stoneware collection is all soft floral details and faint geometric patterns. Our favourite piece is the Flight of Birds dinner plate. Playing with your food just took on a whole new meaning.
Dig the quirky glasses and pickle jars at Social? Now own the complete collection, called #SocialMaal, and casually up the cool quotient of those impromptu house scenes.
Get your hands (and food) on Pottery Barn’s 50-piece crockery set—replete with hand-drawn floral and animal motifs—created in collaboration with master couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee. What’s better than a great meal? A great meal served on designer dinnerware, of course.