All of them are made of reactive-glaze stoneware and are microwave and dishwasher safe.
It has 16 pieces, each round in shape with high galze finish in warm earth tones. People even claim to have seen the same set in one of the episodes of “Lost” and “Desperate Housewives”. Customers have mixed opinions about the product. While all of them unanimously agree that the dinnerware is extremely pretty and stylish for the price, they feel that the product doesn’t endure much of stress. Some even say that they bought two sets of Home Trends Jazz Dinnerware to serve as a backup incase one or two chip off. This would actually be cheaper compared to buying replacements in loose as you may get super savers when you buy two. It is microwave and dishwasher safe. Currently this product is not avaliable online and offline. I’ll update here once it comes on sale.
Home Trends Dishes in Red
Though there is a general opinion that some variety of Home Trends dinnerware chips easily, more than 90% of customers areÂ quite satisfied with Rave. say that even after two bowls dashed against each other, nothing happens to them. That too, there are very little branded dinner sets in pure red. So Home TrendsÂ becomes an easy choice for red lovers. Also, it is said that the red color is not too obnoxious as in the picture. You get this set for $34.96. Hometrends Rave is available in cool grey, dark sand, green and sky blue. Rave is not sold in stores.
Home Trends Kasbar is yet another pure red dinnerware set. If you feel that Rave is plain, then go for this as it has got dotted designs in circles. It costs $35. Bazaar also has dishes with red as dominant color, they are not pure red though.
Home Trends Bazaar collection is a set of red or brown dinnerware with a hand-drawn styling that adds a casual touch. Whether serving spicy flavors fromÂ South or bringing home the tastes of the Near East, the Bazaar Red Hometrends 16-Piece Dinnerware Set adds the perfect backdrop to your global epicurean tastes. Bazaar costs $39.96.
Sylvan Springs looks like the night sky with shining stars. This set contains the usual dinner plates, dessert plates, bowls and mugs. But you can also get matching serve ware sets in the same design.
The advantage of Atlas design is that the plates and bowls stack easily. And the picture clearly shows that this set doesn’t look good on a dark-coloredÂ dining table. It has a simple yet shining look which looks best on beige or light brown colored tables. But customers feel that the set looks better inÂ real, so if you want to buy this product, Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â check it out in Walmart stores. The second one costs $49.96.
Home Trends Dishes in Blue
Indigo is a color synonymous with style. The set has an interesting cut and the prices vary from store to store.
Home trends Lagoon is sea-green with hazy matte-brown border and feel like steel. Though this set looks simple in style and design compared to other designs,Â it is the cheapest of all dinnerware sets costing just $29.96. Also it has an outstanding 100% satisfaction from customers. People who have purchased thisÂ product are very happy with its natural look and sturdiness.
Home Trends Best Deals
Who said that plates should be round? Home Trends Mosaic is all square and rectangle with tiles stuck on its border forming a mosaic. The set includes twoÂ Home Trends 16 dishes set and costs $68. By buying this bundle of two sets, you save $5.92. You get eight 11” dinner plates, eight 7.75” dessertÂ plates, eight 5.75”bowls and eight 14.5-oz. mugs. Customers who own the product say that the bowls do not get hot in the micrwave while heating up just theÂ food inside.
Hometrends Rave Square 32-Piece Dinnerware Set, Taupe is a set of two 16 piece Taupe dinner sets with rustic, woody feel and two-tone colorway. ThisÂ dinnerware set is a great backdrop to highlight your culinery skills. It costs $68 and by buying two you save $4.94.
(NOTE: The maximum number of pieces available in Home Trends is 32 which serves 8. However, if you want a 48 piece dinnerware Pfaltzgraff Dinnerware would be an apt choice)