Martha Stewart Dinnerware is a fine choice when you want dishes that look classy but that are durable enough for an average family. Martha Stewart is a name that has become synonymous with home décor and items, including kitchenware and dinnerware.
Dinnerware by Martha Stewart
Martha Stewart dinnerware adds a touch of classic sophistication to your dining room or even the regular family dinner table. With its timeless, elegant designs and quality construction, Martha Stewart dinnerware lends a little extra cache to your at-home dining experience. And there is truly something for everyone.
From classic white porcelain to colorful enameled stoneware, Martha Stewart has the perfect piece for anyone who appreciates style with substance. Best of all, Martha Stewart dishes are easy to care for and can give you years of beauty and use without breaking the bank. Whether you're setting a table for four or launching a redecorating project, a Martha Stewart dinnerware set offers plenty of options to suit your style.
Here are some of the collections and patterns to choose from.
Floral 12-Pc. Dinnerware Set, Service for 4
This pattern is such a great example of the beauty of Martha's line. It's bright and airy and elegant. It has a way of being timeless and modern at the same time, which is not something many dinnerware patterns can do these days. This is something your grandma might use, that you still feel good about using too, and it doesn't feel aged.
More Beautifully Designed Dinerware
Forest Grove 8.75" Salad Plate
Here's a plate from the Forest Grove collection. I really love this collection, personally, but I cannot find the full set available anywhere anymore. If you want it, you may have to collect it piece-meal. But don't worry, there are many more modern sets that are just as beautiful and easier to obtain the full set at a time.
La Dolce Vita Olive Whiteware 12-Pc. Dinnerware Set, Service for 4
This is one of those full sets you can find in a service for four. It's a classic cream/white color and it's elegant and durable. This is the kind of set you can use for a fancy occasion or for everyday use, and you can even pass it on to your own children.
Martha Stewart Wedgewood Collection
Marta Stewart Collection with Wedgwood features gorgeous fine China dinnerware reflecting Martha's style and design. There are several home items to go with it, including dinnerware, that carry Martha Stewart's name since she is a celebrity in the spotlight of homemaking and entertaining.
Flourish is my favorite dinnerware pattern from the Martha Stewart Collection with Wedgwood. It is very stylish and I love the Robin Egg's color.
Here are some of the dinnerware patterns that are Martha Stewart's signature products in both fine China and casual dinnerware sets:
- Avenue Square
- Conservative Collection
- Kensington white ware
- Lily of the Valley
- Maidenhair Fern
- Martha's Garden
- Meadow Silver
- Modern Daisy
- Petal Lattice
- Ribbon Stripe
- Woodland Holiday
She also has mix-and-match dinnerware patterns such as the Chelsea collection, banded dishes, and the Barcelona pattern in several colors. I noticed recently that some mix-and-match melamine dinnerware sets are sold as part of the Martha Stewart Collection. Some of the dinnerware designed by Martha is available only through exclusive stores like Macy's.
Harvest 12-Piece Dinnerware Collection
This one is available at Macy's and it has a beautiful floral pattern on it, trimmed in olive green. It comes as a service for four with dinner plates, salad plates, and a cereal bowl. They are durable and microwave safe, which makes them perfect for today's modern families.
Baroque 12-Pieces Set, Exclusive to Macy's
Here is a beautiful set that can only be found at Macy's. It's a beautiful white with gold-trim accents and porcelain scallops, and they are microwave-safe and oven safe to 350 degrees. Be sure you don't use them in the dishwasher, as it can ruin the gold trim.
Discontinued Martha Stewart Dinner Sets
There are many popular dinnerware sets from Martha that are no longer in production. Although they are discontinued, it's still possible to find them, especially the ones that were very popular because a lot of sets were purchased.
You can now find them at auction sites, with collectors, and even in second-hand shops. If there's a specific set you're looking for, you may even be able to find it at Replacements.com, which is where I always check first for certain patterns. If you cannot find it there, then eBay is a good second stop. From there, you'll need to dig around the internet and in collectors' groups until you find what you're looking for.
One of my favorite places to look for discontinued dinnerware is Etsy.
Everyday Black & White French Scallop
This is another discontinued set that was very popular. It is French dinnerware inspired by black scalloped designs. This French China set had an elegance that made it look much more upscale than the price tag would make you think, which is one bonus to these Martha Stewart sets. They are affordable and durable but look expensive and regal.
This is a discontinued set that was very popular. It's off-white, with a green band, gold vine around the edges, and trim. It's very elegant and regal looking but also gives me fall harvest vibes. It was discontinued in 2010 but you can still find pieces where you shop for discontinued dinnerware. This is another set that was part of the Wedgewood collection.
From Martha Stewart stoneware to microwave-safe modern patterns, and even everyday décor for your home, you can trust the brand name and the beauty of the designs as if they came from Martha herself. If you have other décor in your home from her line, then the dishware and kitchenware will fit right into your aesthetic. This can also be a great choice if you're buying a wedding or engagement present for someone you know. Because Martha Stewart is timeless, it suits almost anyone and makes a great gift idea.
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