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Enamelware is having a major moment—and it's not hard to see why. The vintage-esque pieces are colorful enough for your coolest friend's dinner table, while their knock-around durability makes them just as suitable for picnics and camping trips. In short, they're beautiful and functional, which is a winning combination in our book!
Below, we've compiled a list of our absolute favorite enamel pieces, from spunky, speckled colanders and hand-dipped mugs to double-glazed camping sets and whimsical floral dinner plates.
Hungry for more? Keep scrolling and see how you can get in on the enamelware trend.
If you're going to get one enamelware set (and finally toss all those mismatched melamine plates you’ve been hanging onto since college), invest in a collection that's durable, timeless, and neutral enough to match your existing serveware. You'll find all of that—and more!—in Golden Rabbit's clean and crisp dinnerware.
With a sturdy carbon steel interior, a hand-dipped nonstick finish, and oven- and stovetop-safe build, these pieces were built to last. You can choose from a set of four mugs, bowls, or dinner plates, but we wouldn't blame you if you nabbed them all.
Brighten up your dining room table in no time with this richly saturated set from Bornn. With a marbleized swirl of green and blue, it'll instantly elevate all your meals, even making accidentally burnt bits look pretty!
Each swirled set is unique thanks to the fact that every piece is hand marbled and dipped in enamel. Since Bornn's set is made from heavy gauge steel, every piece—it comes with salad plate, dinner plate, bowl, and mug—is dishwasher safe and heat resistant up to 518 degrees.
It's impossible to talk about enamelware without discussing the traditional speckled pattern most associate with it. It's equal parts whimsical and nostalgia-inducing—AKA what's not to love?
This four-piece plate set from Joware sports a classic enamel design, but with a bit of a twist. Instead of being peppered with tiny dots, these plates go bold with a pattern that's more splattered than speckled. Design aside, the set has much to offer, including a shatterproof, dishwasher-safe, and heat-resistant build that can hold its own up to 750 degrees.
Bornn's eight-piece enamel dinnerware set may seem pricy, but there's a lot to love here. Handmade in Turkey and crafted from porcelain, steel, and enamel, these pretty plates are safe for use in the dishwasher, oven, stove, and grill. It's not just their versatility and durability that make them splurge-worthy, either.
Bornn's minimalist design is beyond chic. And while we love all of the enviable hues that this dinnerware set comes in (be sure to check out the punchy pumpkin!), our favorite might just be this high-shine dove gray.
Many consider Le Creuset to be a kitchen staple and we're inclined to agree. The brand's enameled cast-iron cookware is as classic as it is versatile, after all. The easy-to-clean interior of each piece is made to resist stains, scratches, and regular wear and tear, while their cast-iron construction is known for its steady and even heat retention.
This particular Le Creuset collection boasts all of the essentials, including a 10-inch fry pan, a lidded saucepan, and a round Dutch oven. The set is available in five colors from neutral meringue to bold lapis.
This enamelware set has it all—and at a price that can't be beat. The subtle blue-speckled collection comes with enough plates, bowls, mugs, and cutlery to serve four and each piece is crafted from durable stainless steel that's been double glazed with enamel.
Unlike pricier sets, you won't have to fret about taking Stansport's pieces on the road, either. The budget-friendly set is great for camping and outdoor dining and it's so affordable, you can even pick up a second set for all the backyard BBQs, tailgates, and outdoor adventures in your future.
There's no reason why a colander can't be just as pretty as the rest of your kitchenware, and this Golden Rabbit option says just as much. The splatter-painted colander is available in three saturated hues and it might even end up the star of your cookware collection.
While we could talk all day about the colander's gorgeous design, don't think that's because it lacks any function. The hand-dipped piece is coated in enamel and fired at an exceptionally high heat which leaves it with a durable, non-porous surface that's dishwasher, oven, and stovetop safe (up to 600 degrees). It's also quite sizable and can handle 2 full quarts of pasta so go ahead, get your meal prep on.
Just imagine: You're cuddling up with your sweetheart around a campfire, mugs in hand and full to the brim with yummy hot chocolate and gooey marshmallows. Not to bring you back to reality, but this four-piece mug set couldn't be more suited to our imaginary situation.
Bornn's Swirl mugs are crafted from heavy-gauge steel and hand-dipped in enamel, making them both dishwasher and oven safe. And that dripping, saturated blue hue? It comes courtesy of a traditional marbling technique that results in each piece being wholly unique.
If a statement piece is what you're after, Crate & Barrel's Sutton Wood and Enamel Bowl is as much a work of art as it is a functional kitchen vessel. The bright white enameled steel bowl sits atop a base of mango wood and inside, it's coated in a glossy blue hue.
With its impressive 194-ounce capacity, this bowl isn't just ideal for salads and pastas—it also makes for a beautiful centerpiece. Fill it with fruit and set it on your kitchen table or countertop, or make it the focal point of your living room by placing it on a coffee table.
Looking for a dish that's as pleasing as your homemade dessert? Consider this teal, fifties-style bakeware from Kobenstyle. The 16-inch dish is constructed from durable steel and coated in easy-to-clean enamel, so it's a breeze to care for.
Our favorite part of the design? Two branched ergonomic handles which are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also extremely comfortable to hold.
These stunning nesting bowls pull double duty offering plenty of room for meal prep and storage. Once you're ready to store leftovers in the fridge, simply cover with the included lid and your food is taken care of.
The bowls make for great serving pieces, too—especially during the holidays as you can simply carry leftovers from the table to the fridge without hunting down tupperware and creating more of a mess. The three-piece set isn't hurting when it comes to construction, either. With porcelain enamel coating over carbon steel and a stainless steel trim, these bowls are built to last.
Falcon Enamelware is iconic for its timeless, porcelain-coated wares. And while their dinner and serving dishes are definitely all worth checking out, we have to shout out this five-piece collection in particular.
Whether you're whipping up lasagna or an apple crumble, this enamel bake set has you covered with three baking pans and two pie dishes. Each piece is oven, dishwasher, and freezer safe and Falcon Enamelware doesn't use any PTFE or PFOA, so you don't have to worry about questionable chemicals.
When choosing a kitchenware set, durability and versatility are key, but it's also important to look at the size and array of pieces included. This dinnerware set from Crow Canyon Home delivers on all fronts with a whopping 16 highly durable pieces including four cereal bowls, salad plates, dinner plates, and mugs.
Every piece is hand-dipped, shatterproof, and able to withstand any heat source including an open flame, so the set is prepped to last through countless meals. While each set features a prominently white design, you can choose your preferred rim color be it turquoise, red, grey, black, or blue.
This affordable tray is destined to become a staple in your enamelware arsenal. Crafted from enameled steel, it's suitable for serving both hot and cold foods, and the sleek surface couldn't be easier to clean once you're done.
The tray is available in soft pink, dusty mustard, brown, dust blue, and sprinkle brown—the last which has something of a tortoiseshell effect. If you fall in love with the piece, we have good news: Hay's collection also includes matching bowls, dishes, cups, mugs, herb pots, and utensil holders.
Looking for fashion and function? Allow us to introduce you to this country-chic canister set. Crafted from enameled metal in a classic splatter print, these three canisters are attractive enough to sit proudly on your countertop as a decorative set, while also keeping those counters clear of clutter.
Bungalow Rose's canisters can hold edible goods such as coffee and tea, but the possibilities don't stop there. If your junk drawer is overflowing (it's okay, we all have one) they make for a stylish storage option.
We love the vintage design of this tiered tray from Shop Terrain. It's like something you'd see at an old-fashioned tea party—and now, your very own kitchen! Its mint green enamel is worth obsessing over and with three tiers—the largest measuring 15 inches in diameter—there's plenty of space to serve up scones, muffins, and tasty treats.
The food-safe, enamel-coated iron construction is sturdy, so you don't have to worry about it wobbling as you migrate the tray from your kitchen to dining room. Cleaning up is a cinch, too, so dish duty won't cut into tea time.
Searching for plates that pack a punch? Meet the Mind Pop collection from Turkish brand Kapka. These plates are practically works of pop art with a dual design that features both a speckled pattern and a solid saturated color (think sunny yellow or cobalt blue).
The hand-made enamelware is created using a combination of dipping and brush-spattering techniques which ensure colors that won't fade. If you find it nearly impossible to choose a favorite hue, there'll be no judgements here if you scoop a few different shades. The plates totally work as a colorful mix-and-match set, so go crazy!
If you're looking for enamelware that doesn't look like it belongs on a campsite, check out this elegant set from Mottahedeh. The luxe dinner plates borrow motifs from historic Turkish art pieces and the resulting floral pattern is nothing short of gorgeous.
While the four-piece set looks like it costs a pretty penny, the best part is that it'll only cost you $55. So, what are you waiting for? Dress up your table now!