Add a dash of color to any place setting with plastic flatware. A stainless steel top makes utensils functional and durable, yet a plastic handle adds equal parts fun. Fiesta flatware brings the party to the placemat with an array of brilliantly colored plastic handles.
Try out blue—dark cobalt, peacock blue, or borderline green in turquoise. Go all out green with shades of shamrock ready to rival the tone of any salad. Switch to lime or bring on lemon yellow, either way segues out of lettuce and into fruit salad. Take on orange bright enough to rival tangerines, purple as brilliant as plums, and red as ripe as strawberries. Switch into savory dishes with plastic flatware in white (to cut into pure potato) or ivory (to match the buttery mixture of mashed). Don’t forget a little something sweet at the end. Dig into dessert with brown coloration as rich as chocolate mouse or lava cake. Darken all the way to basic black for silverware that matches any dinnerware.
A plastic flatware set with a salad fork, dinner fork, dinner knife, soupspoon and teaspoon has plenty of opportunity for color; don’t stick to just one. Let each handle tackle a different tone. All that might be seen of serving flatware is the plastic handle protruding from the dish. Make it count by choosing a beautiful shade. Serving forks, sugar spoons, butter knives and serving spoons deserve to be just as fun as the utensils at the place setting—more so perhaps as they bring the joy of a heaping helping.
Take on more than one tone, even a seasonal theme, in a single handle. Turn to Pfaltzgraff flatware for serving sets with designs inlaid in plastic handles. All winter, at family gatherings, enjoy the beauty of holly leaves as they flawlessly combine a scheme of red and green. Boldly go where purely metal utensils can't. Enjoy the rich color palette of plastic flatware from Macy’s.