Look. We Gotta Talk About Your Kitchen.
And about your dinnerware. Because seriously.
Let’s talk about it.
Look, you eat three times a day, but you probably haven’t thought about plates and bowls since … someone’s wedding registry.
Thing is, how you eat is as important as what you eat.
Created by the guys behind Bongo (those cool bamboo Bluetooth speakers), Planetware has a look-good, feel-good story.
Their plates, bowls and cups are part of a “Cradle-to-Cradle design” philosophy of eliminating all waste from the product life cycle.
They also seriously up your kitchen game.
Crafted from bamboo, rice husk and corn, Planetware is super light, slim and stackable.
Great texture, too.
Plus, it’s all really colorful and synthetic-free (made instead from veggie-based dyes).
And compostable, for when you’re time with them is done … which is way down the road, since the dishes are shatterproof and dishwasher/microwave safe.
The saving-Earth stuff may sound precious.
Planetware’s founder knows where you’re coming from.
“This all sounds like woo woo hippie shit,” he says. “But the end result is actually pretty damn awesome — super durable, vibrant colors, and an awesome everyday utility plate.”
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