Direct-to-consumer cookware company Made In's newest offering has nothing to do with cookware. Its new plateware, flatware and glassware represent the first time the brand has left the kitchen and entered the rest of the home.
Plateware ($259-$319) — assorted plates and bowls — are manufactured in a 150-year-old factory located in Stoke-On-Trent, England, known for its pottery industry. The new flatware ($179-$309) — forks, spoons and knives — and glassware ($139) — wine and water glasses — are made in Italy and designed with durability and quality in mind.
For those looking to overhaul your entire tableware situation, customers can build their own dining set, which nets you a slight discount. While plates, bowls and flatware are available now, glassware will come out sometime in October.