As homeowners get ready for the holiday season, they may find that trying to locate their finer silverware is a hassle. Keeping these items in a drawer for most of the year can not only increase the risk that some pieces will be lost, but also makes it impossible to display the collection.
Expensive utensils that are stored in a drawer may end up mixed into other silverware as well.
This year, hosts should consider investing in a sophisticated way to keep costly pieces organized for special occasions and on display in a dining room. An open case of silverware can add a unique touch to any space.
Pieces of Amish handcrafted furniture such as the solid wood silverware flatware chest provides a heirloom-quality storage solution for utensils. It features an interior with burgundy or hunter green felt lining that holds up to 16 place settings. Space for spoons, salad forks, tea spoons and ladles is also included.
For those who wish for their silverware to be a focal point of a room, the standing silverware flatware chest may be ideal. With a golden oak, provincial or natural finish and hand-carved legs, this beautiful piece makes utensils available for any big day.
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