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Kitchenware & tableware

Seasonal inspiration by the spoonful

A light lunch is an ideal excuse to gather some friends. Decorative plates, a nice cutlery set, and the past summer’s greatest hits in a vase. Voila, you’re set for undistracted focus on the food, your guests, and the moment.

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See all cutlery sets

Discover some of our most popular series

RINNIG series
KORKEN series
IKEA 365+ dinnerware

Cookware that makes your food look like a work of art

The kitchen is the heart of the home. So, cook the perfect dish and make the perfect flip – with our range of essential cookware.

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See cookware

Food prep made easy

With the right basic tools like a mandolin, chopping board and a sharp knife, everyday food prep is easier – and can even be fun.

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Choosing the right pots, pans, and kitchen accessories

Pots and pans are used regularly to cook food. We must choose the best ones to have a comfortable and safe cooking experience. When choosing pots and pans, keep the following tips in mind:

  • Safety: Choose pots and pans that are non-toxic and do not add harmful substances to your food. Features and design elements that make the pots and pans safe to grip and safe to use are essential. Choose kitchen accessories that make cooking, food storage and serving food easier and safer.
  • Functionality: Choose kitchen accessories, pots and pans with features that enhance the efficiency and ease of cooking. For example, a stockpot with a small spout is handy.
  • Durability: The best kitchen accessories, pots and pans look good and work well for years of use.
  • Appearance: Kitchen accessories and cooking utensils that look attractive make the process more joyful.
  • Cost: Choose the best quality pots and pans that you can afford. Not spending more than you have to is also essential.

The right number of pots and pans for a new cook

If you are a newer cook, you will need a few basic pots and pans to start with. A frying pan, saucepan and stockpot are the essentials. If you are grilling food, also buy a grill pan. Expand your collection of cookware after you are confident of your preferred cooking style and quantities.

Cast iron cookware

Cast iron is a traditional favourite for a good reason. It is sturdy, durable and oven-safe. Cast iron takes time to heat up but holds heat evenly and well. It also adds iron to the food, which is good for health. If you have iron overload problems, also called hemochromatosis, please avoid using cast iron cookware. Enamel covered iron cookware would be a better option.

Taking care of cast iron pans

Cast iron pans form a seasoning layer that prevents rusting. Washing with soap and water can remove that seasoning layer. It is better to clean with lemon and salt. Coat the pan with a thin layer of oil after washing to keep it from rusting.

Stainless steel cookware

Stainless steel is a very popular option for cookware. It is attractive, durable, heats quickly and is non-toxic. Stainless steel is also a lot lighter than cast iron. Stainless steel needs a bit more oil in it to prevent food from sticking to the base.

Glass cookware

Glass cookware that is both attractive and non-toxic. Glass cookware can go straight from the oven to the dining table. But it severely lacks in durability. There are varieties of glass cookware that can be used on a stovetop, but they do not hold heat very well.

Choosing dinnerware

  • Dinnerware should reflect your style and complement the table setting colours and style
  • Have one set of dinnerware for daily use and another for special occasions
  • Choose durable dinner sets for everyday use
  • Dishwasher safe dinnerware is the best
  • Check if the dinnerware size will fit your microwave and dishwasher
  • Choose dinnerware with enough place settings for your family members for daily use. Choose a larger number of place settings for the formal dining set.