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The importance of a dinnerware set for your home


    Dinnerware or tableware is hardly ever used and yet, it is an important aspect of our

culture. Chinese New Year, Christmas, Birthdays, just to name a few. The importance of

celebratory meals has been deeply ingrained into us and a good

Dinner Set can aid in elevating the

experience of a meal. If there was a question about the importance of a dinnerware set, try

breaking one of those beautifully patterned dinner ceramic plates that your mom probably

has. You know, the one she brings out only on special occasions. Her reaction will tell you

more than you probably need to know about its importance.
    A White Plain

Dinner Set
goes way past creating a better dining experience, but it also makes your

food taste better. Weird, you might say. But try having a steak on a paper plate vs. a

beautiful glazed ceramic pearled edge dinner plate. Perhaps you’ll find that there is no

difference in taste, but did it feel better eating on a beautiful dinner plate? With hordes

of culinary experts saying that presentation Color Glazed Dinner Sets the standard of a meal, why not

give it a try? You might find that eating at home can be as much of an enjoyable experience

as dining in a restaurant.
    How to care for your dinner set
    Firstly, dropping your $26 correlle plate is probably a bad idea. You’ll have a mess

to clean up and you won’t have pretty White Plain Plates anymore for your food. If you do drop

it, there’s really nothing we can do unless you somehow manage to stick it back together

and have it looking like the day you bought it. Well, then kudos to you! What we can do is

offer you a discount code to use on your next purchase.
    All jokes aside, here are some tips to make sure your dinnerware looks as good as the

day you bought it.
    If using a dishwasher, check if your dinnerware is dishwasher friendly
    If soft metals (gold, silver, etc) are a part of the design, lay a towel on the bottom

of your sink, this will prevent scratching when the accidental bump or clang occurs. Also,

wash with a soft sponge, abrasive sponges may scratch or even take off some material when

you’re scrubbing.
    As a side note, should you find yourself purchasing melamine dinnerware, fading over

time is normal and is no reason for alarm. A good washing detergent with a low PH value can

slow down this process, but know that fading is inevitable.
   

    Is porcelain or ceramic better for dishes?
    Both are very durable materials that make for good dishes. The methods of preparation

and firing procedures are very different. As a result, these materials will be able to hold

certain designs better than the other. In general, porcelain is able to incorporate and

retain, thin, translucent designs while ceramic is incapable of doing this.
    What is the best color for dinner plates?
    Go for a color you like that also suits your theme. If you’re not the type to spend

hours looking for the perfect Color Glazed Dinner Set, we recommend white plates as they are the most

versatile. Also, check out our article on Feng Shui if you believe in it and need some help

choosing.
    Are round or square plates better?
    Traditionally, they serve different functions in a

Hand Painted Dinner

Set
. Round plates are usually used for main dishes and square plates are used when

serving roasted delights because of the cuts of meat. For those chasing good vibes, or the

believers of Feng Shui, check out our article to find out how the shape of your

Plates & Dishes can affect the mood

and ambiance at the dining table.
    Can you recommend a durable ceramic dinner set?
    Of course, we can! If durability is your goal, you can not go wrong with

Pad Printing Plates

made out of bone china. Its animal bone and porcelain construction produce a

material that is light and thin, yet, extremely durable. This is not to say that you can

drop it and assume that it will not break. If you do decide to test it out for yourself,

please send us videos or pictures.


   

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