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Material Just Launched Tableware and—Shocker—It’s Gorg

We’re eyeing the malachite-colored glasses and reversible placemats.
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If there was a formula for a Domino-style table setting, it would be paper-thin glassware plus luxurious natural linens. And guess what: Material Kitchen’s tabletop expansion provides exactly that. The AAPI-founded brand best known for its knife set and recycled plastic cutting boards has debuted pieces to serve alongside your meals that are as thoughtfully designed as what they’re prepped with. 

The Glassware

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The sculptural Full Glasses steal the show, thanks to a petite inverted cup base. While the borosilicate glass in malachite, clear, or haze might feel delicate, these vessels are made for everyday use—stack them or throw them in the dishwasher, no problem. A set of four is $65, but if that feels a little pricey, the shorter Half Glass design is only $50 for a set.

The Half Glass Set

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$50
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The Full Glass Set

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$65
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The Linens

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You should probably also peruse the 100% flax, stonewashed table linens while you’re at it, which include choose-your-own-adventure placemats. They’re reversible, which means they will likely match whichever dinner plates you’re going with. (We’re crushing on the sienna and mocha combo.) And to top it all off, if you use the code SETTHETABLE, you’ll get 20% off glassware and linens through Wednesday, November 9.

The Linen Tablecloth

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$95
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The Linen Placemat Set

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$55
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Julia Stevens

Contributing Editor

Julia Stevens is a Domino contributing editor. Basically, she’s a professional online shopper. She started at Domino as an intern and spent almost seven years in the style department curating products for our gift guides, trend roundups, and product reviews and on set styling the beautiful homes we get to share. Off hours, you can find her scouting New York’s newest design shops and restyling her shelves

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