Published at Sunday, September 16th 2018. by Abby Lawson in Dinner Plates.
If you break one of your dinner plates, you only need another single plate to replace it. However, it can be hard to find an exact match, and sometimes it can be a better solution to update your entire dinner plate collection while you have the chance. Dinner plate sets have several advantages over single plates when it comes to purchasing something new for the dinner table.
If you are going for elegance and class, look for square plates with very elegant colors. For instance, black would work well or a deep burgundy red could b elegant as well. These colors are also easily to coordinate with other dinnerware items so they are very versatile.
Is it damaging to the dinner plates if I put them in the microwave? To answer this question you need to check the dinner plates that you own themselves. Many will have a mark on the plates themselves if they are ‘microwaveable‘ or ‘microwave-friendly‘. If there is no mark on the plates then you should check the box the dinner plates came in. The reason I say this is that while it is not damaging to dinner plates that have been specially treated, there are some sets which have characteristics making them entirely unsuitable. For example any plates which have metallic paintwork or leading will cause sparks in the microwave. Also with glass dinner plates there is a high risk that they will smash if they have not been specially tempered for the heat.
To save money, consider stacking your kitchen with square plates and other dinnerware of one or two solid colors. You can then have sets with a pattern that coordinates with the solid colored plates. You can then mix and match them to get the perfect feel for every meal.
Second, buying a plate set updates your collection completely and much more quickly than buying single plates would. Say one of your plates breaks, gets borrowed and never returned, or something else similar to those options. You‘ll have to replace it, but soon or later another one will also become unusable and you‘ll have to replace that as well. It turns into a cycle of constantly replacing dishes, and what happens if one of the new ones breaks while you still have a few of the old ones in use? You can end up with such an odd assortment of dinner plates when buying them singly; it‘s more convenient to just buy an entire set.
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