Tableware Designs that elevate eating into an experience!

Having excellent tableware is really important. It has the potential to completely transform your dining experience, taking away attention even from the food. Designers have been getting extremely creative when it comes to cutlery – from adding gold touches to even using cork! Hence, we’ve curated a collection of innovative and exciting tableware designs that are sure to be the highlight at your next dinner party!

Saad Syed’s second cutlery collection has been dipped in gold, creating cutlery pieces fit enough for a king! The gold-dipped ends and the golden border set this collection apart.

Puik Design’s glassware collection consists of geometrical and dazzling beauties! The light reflects off the glass and liquid from intriguing angles creating a visual image that is genuinely pleasing to the eyes.


The Spartan Knife Set by the MissingDigitWoodshop looks right out of a war scene! It features a war hero ready to attack, with his shield holding multiple knives…or to be more accurate multiple knives are piercing through his shield! Who knew tableware could be packed with this much action?

Designed in a way that not only holds your eggs but also transforms them into quirky penguins, the Egguins allows you to store as well as boil as many as 6 eggs together.

The Magemono Tumbler comes made with a Hasamiyaki porcelain inner vessel, and a Magemono Japanese cedar wood sleeve around the outside, in signature fashion. The Magemono Bread Tray, a fir tree crafted thin tray (available in two sizes) is perfect for meals, especially for the breakfast sandwich, paired with a nicely brewed cup of coffee.

Classy and space-conscious, Volto is a dual-container spicer designed by Mireia Rius that takes inspiration from an hourglass. The containers come with their own cork-stops with an angular cut along the base that allows you to ‘open or close’ the containers. Just rotate the cork to expose or cover the shaker’s holes and you’re good to go!

Instead of your usual sturdy fork and spoon, the cutlery in Xros Cutlery Set comes apart like a couple of LEGO blocks or puzzle pieces. Inspired by the instant connectivity between pieces of woodwork, the Xros fork and spoon can be pulled away to form two different components. The head of the fork and spoon forms one tip, whereas the end which enables us to hold them forms the other tip.


The Knives Block Wood XVII Damascus Steel Knives by Unicatoo looks pretty fierce! The sturdy wooden block and its three sharp knives will send a chill down your spine.

This grass-fed bone china cutlery set is basically china or ceramic created from the bones of grass-fed cows, the very cows one of the collaborators behind the design raises on his farms and uses for meat and dairy. The tableware collection consists of a bowl, plate, and a cup. Translucent and glazed, with a sleek white structure, the vessels instantly catch your attention!

This cutlery set by Lawrence Guo has been inspired by Chinese calligraphy! Their curvy and cursive form will instantly add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your dinner table.

For more such creative and elegant tableware designs, check out Collection 1 and 2 of this series!