âGo Greenâ is the new age mantra and many people seem to follow it all across the world. Lovers of the environment feel guilty when it comes to serving food in a non-sustainable way. There are many designers who are doing their bit to keep the environment healthy and crafting products keeping the deteriorating conditions in mind. Below is a list of eco-friendly tableware designs that will force onlookers to slip in a state of awe.
1. Green Blade tableware by Pigment France
Tea is a popular beverage and sipping it can soothe those frazzled nerves instantly. Seeing the popularity, Pigment France has designed the Green Blade tableware. The elegant collection comprises of mugs, flasks, kettles and trays crafted from Green Blade (a decorative material extracted from banana plant). So, enjoy your morning and evening cup of tea the eco-friendly way.
2. Beautiful tableware made out of recycled glass
Giving an all new meaning to recycled glass is Fire and Light. The company has designed aesthetically appealing tableware from glass that was thrown away. The colorful tableware is very beautiful and manages to fetch a lot of attention. They are low on maintenance and can be cleaned in a dishwasher.
3. Recycled plastic coasters
Plastic has always been considered poisonous for our beautiful surroundings. Plastic keeps piling up every single day and hardly any effort is made to use it in a better way. Now, rest your glasses in style on coasters that have been weaved from salvaged plastic. The colorful creation will save the earth from further deterioration and costs just $25.
4. Biodegradable Bowls Made From Vegetables
If you enjoy eating vegetables then the product in question will leave you impressed. Geke Wouters has made tableware not using glass or plastic but vegetables. He used edible materials straight from the kitchen, like tomatoes, carrots, beetroot and leeks, to craft awe-inspiring glasses, plates and bowls using drying and forming process. Ornament your dining table with environmentally-friendly tableware and fetch unending praises.
5. When Disposable Plates are Green
How about eating the bowl and plate you are served food in? Shocked! Nobuhiko Arika has crafted edible tableware that comprises of a bowl, plate and chopsticks. The ingenious collection has been made from hardtack. It is biscuit dough that is made from water, salt and flour. The edible tableware is a great way to replace disposable pieces and hence keep surroundings clean.
6. Andere monjo baked table bread installation
Designer Andere Monjoâs creation will force you to drool. The homemade baked table bread installation is here to set your taste buds wagging and eyes ready to do a somersault in surprise. The 100% edible collection has been made using water, flour and lots of tiny seeds. The flavorsome installation comprises of bowls, plates, cutlery and textiles, all made from nothing but bread. Wow!
7. Wasara paper crockery
Styrofoam dishes and paper plates are an apt option whenever disposable materials are required. But, they come draped in a boring look and donât manage to create a great impression. Wasara paper crockery is a bit different and comes wrapped in good-looks. The eco-friendly plates and glasses have been made from bagasse (sugarcane pulp) and reed pulp. The entire collection has been crafted keeping Japanâs cultural heritage in mind.
8. Beer Bottle Spoon Rest
Itâs time to treasure those empty beer bottles and make them an important part of your kitchen. Beer Bottle Spoon Rest is an up cycled beer bottle, which can be used to place a messy spoon. You can also use it as a plate to serve snacks and the creation will definitely become a reason for a fun-filled conversation.
9. Jello Cup, For Real
Jello Cups will leave Jell-O lovers wanting for more. The colorful glasses, made from agar agar, come in different flavors like ginger-mint, rosemary-beet and lemon-basil. When done quenching thirst with your favorite drink, throw the glass into grass. The presence of agar agar will enhance plant growth and keep them in a healthy state.
10. Tom Dixon’s Sustainable Tableware
Eco-Ware has been made from byproducts of rice, coconut and bamboo processing. The eco-friendly tableware consists of biodegradable plates, cups and bowls. They come caked with elegance and vow to keep the environment clean and green.