Flatware in Every Style

Flatware in Every Style

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Regina Yunghans
Jun 14, 2010

Flatware is surprisingly diverse in style and design. But it's something we come into close contact with on a many-times-a-day basis so selecting the right flatware for you is actually a very important, highly-personal decision. If you're single, you might want something that suits yourself just so. If you have a family, it might need to be versatile enough for big man hands right down to a child's hands. And if it's just you and your better half, good luck. This could take a while.

Shown in the gallery above and listed below are 10 styles of flatware ranging from classic to contemporary to cutting edge. We've chosen 10 designs that could hold appeal for men be they in a family, on their own, or with their significant other:

FIRST ROW:
1 GS Army
20-piece set at Macy's, $75
2 LYFT 20-piece set at IKEA, $15
3 Oona 20-piece set at Crate and Barrel, $100
4 Strand 20-piece set at Crate and Barrel, $66
5 Promenade 20-piece set at West Elm, $60

SECOND ROW:
6 David Mellor 5-piece place setting at Heath Ceramics, $135
7 Pantry 20-piece set at Williams-Sonoma, $60
8 Almoco black 5-piece place setting at Design Within Reach, $60
9 Woodgrain 5-piece place setting at Neiman Marcus, $168 on sale now, $260 regular price
10 Dubost French Olive Wood 20-piece set at Sur la Table, $200

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