On the hunt for Kitchenware

Recently, I have been shopping for table settings and it’s just as fun as shopping for clothes and what not. But I know that it isn’t everyone’s favorite pass time and it does get stressful in some cases when choosing the right design and if you can’t get a set that doesn’t have the right number of utensils you need. This might also come in handy for couples who are engaged and are about to get married or simply moving in together.

I made a list of what I needed to get so that I would concentrate mainly on what I initially intended to buy because just like clothes shopping there are other distractions too and end up getting carried away thereforeĀ STICK TO YOUR LIST. Here’s my list of basic utensils that we needed and bought for the kitchen.

  • Plates
  • Saucers
  • Cereal bowls
  • Soup bowls
  • Spoons
  • Forks
  • Knives
  • Teaspoons
  • Mugs
  • Drinking glasses
  • Meat knife
  • Vegetable knife
  • Bread knife
  • Ladels
  • Hot plate corks
  • Frying pan (medium and big)
  • Casserole (big and small)

In choosing the design it wasn’t that difficult for me. I decided to get a design that would be fit for the people living in the house rather than just what the place looks like. It is common knowledge that houses have themes inside and so when furniture shopping you tend to stick to the color scheme of the walls or the structure of the household. However, it is always important to just think of the people who will use the things that are placed inside the house. Think about the weight of the utensil and if the design is comforting to their eyes.

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