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Have fun tossing your salad with these mod-inspired striped salad servers

These adorable striped salad servers are available at Zipper Gifts for $15


Striped salad servers by Zipper Gifts



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Dress up your table with this bold gold flatware set

Up your table with this bold 20 piece flatware set made of 18/8 stainless steel, 18% chromium and 8% nickel. It is perfect for any holiday with its gold narrow handles and hammered finish. The set includes 4 tablespoons, 4 teaspoons, 4 salad forks, 4 butter knives and 4 dinner forks ($39.99 at Target)


Gold flatware set from Target

Source: In Style

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The Golden Collection by Clio will enhance a party dinner table with a gleaming look

Clio's Golden Collection might be a little too flashy for everyday use but they are gorgeous for a party. The collection is three piece: the small Hungry bowl, the large Hungry bowl and the Big Thirsty cup. With a pale matte finish on the outside and shiny bright gold glaze on the inside, the set is made in France and will definitely bring a feeling of warm richness and luxury to a table ($82 for small bowl; $133 for large bowl and $58 for thirsty cup at Clio)


Golden Collection by Clio

Sources: In Style, Luxist



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Vignon Cool Coat for Wine Bottle by Menu

Designer Jakob Wagner's wine bottle cooler cool coat in textile and cooling gel comes in white/lime, black/grey and white/black. What a great way to chill your favorite bottle of wine without ice or a slushy mesh! ($39.95 at Emmo Home)

Vignon Cool Coat for Wine Bottle by Menu in black and grey
Vignon Cool Coat for Wine Bottle by Menu in various colors

Source:  Real Simple

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Bryan Parks chopstick bowl will be a conversation piece at your next dinner party

These Chopstick Bowls are made of recycled bamboo chopsticks that would otherwise be discarded after one use. While living in China, designer Bryan Parks developed a unique process for reclaiming and sanitizing chopsticks, then constructing them into beautiful bowls that can be folded flat when not in use. The bowls are dyed a warm brown using tea in a process that minimizes environmental impact ($26 for large bowl; $20 for medium bowl at Elsewares)


Bryan Parks large chopstick bowl
Bryan Parks medium chopstick bowl


Source: Real Simple

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