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September 27, 2017

Zak Designs Stacking Confetti Kitchen Bowls – The Retro Report

By RetroRuth

For everyone out there that likes to have vintage or retro dishes in your kitchen, but you also like to throw your dirty dishes into your dishwasher, have I got a find for you!

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I have currently fallen in love with the vintage look of the Zak Designs confetti melamine dishware!

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This is a great set of graduated, melamine confetti mixing bowls. These are thick and sturdy without being too heavy. I’ve used them in a lot of cooking projects over the last month, and they have stood up well without scratching, chipping or breaking, even in the dishwasher. TJ even used one as a drum for an hour one day, and everything was just fine.

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The bowls in this colorway are currently sold out on Amazon, but another mint set is available on the Zak Designs site. Amazon has lots of other colors and they also have lots of other dishes in the mint line.  (affiliate links) Zak Designs also has many colors on their site, too. The bowls are also available on Bed Bath & Beyond , so I’m not sure if they are in the stores as well.

Also, dishwasher safe. I may have mentioned that like five times, but I just can’t get over how great that is.

Do you have any recent retro dish finds?  Feel free to share them below!

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3 Responses to Zak Designs Stacking Confetti Kitchen Bowls – The Retro Report

  1. Sara In AZ Reply

    September 27, 2017 at 9:14 pm

    Love these bowls so much!!!

  2. Helen Snell Reply

    September 29, 2017 at 11:07 am

    These are amazing! Wish we could buy them in the UK

  3. Lyn Dono Reply

    September 30, 2017 at 4:27 pm

    I never heard of these colorful bowls before last night. They are featured in the current issue of Country Living Mag.(Nov.) that I was reading. What a surprise to see them again today. I think its really interesting that the bowls were first made from the rejects and scraps left over from the production of the solid colored melamine dish ware at the Texas Ware Co. back in the 40’s. (So said the article) I like when stuff like that happens. Out of rejects and scraps something terrific. Glad you posted that new confetti ware is available. (The article didn’t) I can use some new mixing bowls. Thanks!

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