Set in Stone: 10 Ways to Add Stoneware to Your Kitchen

Set in Stone: 10 Ways to Add Stoneware to Your Kitchen

There's something so beautiful and simple about the look of stoneware. Many of the pieces are fired and glazed in natural colors making them fit with any decor you already have. Plus, whether you're using a mixing bowl to bake bread dough, or a stoneware butter keeper once you've turned that dough into toast, there's something satisfying about the weight of the pieces.

Here are our 10 favorite ways to add some to your kitchen this winter.

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  1. Push Coffee Maker, $149 from Danish Design Store: Not only will this stoneware French press look great for serving, it will keep your coffee warm, too.
  2. Stoneware TV Dinner Tray, $24 from Uncommon Goods: Looks can be deceiving, this smooth cafeteria-style tray is heavier than it might seem.
  3. Hand-Finished Stoneware Mixing Bowls, $14–$30 from Kaufmann Mercantile: The classic colors of these mixing bowls make them a perfect fit in any kitchen.
  4. Stoneware Loaf Pan, $25 from Williams-Sonoma: This loaf pan is pretty enough to go straight from the oven to the table.
  5. Provencal Stoneware Salt Box, $13 from Sur la Table: We love that this salt cellar has a lid, and the beautiful design doesn't hurt either.
  6. Welcome White Pitcher, $12 from Crate & Barrel: Keep this pitcher at your desk to help with that new year's resolution to drink more water.
  7. Stoneware Cookie Sheet, $37 from Pampered Chef: One of the best things about this stoneware cookie sheet is that it distributes heat evenly for perfectly baked cookies.
  8. Le Creuset Stoneware Casserole, $50 from Wayfair: We love the unusual shape of this lidded casserole dish.
  9. French Ceramic Butter Keeper, $35 from Food52 Provisions: If you haven't tried a butter bell, order this one immediately.
  10. Camden Stone Dinnerware, $4–$5 per piece from Crate & Barrel: Nothing looks better than a table set with these simple, solid dishes.
(Image credit: Food 52 Provisions)
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