Tabletop Tuesday: Powder Coated Flatware

By Libbie Summers
Photography by Chia Chong

In honor of the fast approaching Valentine’s Day, I’m dragging out some of my favorite flatware for a little appetizer party for two.
It’s powder coated a dreamy lilac purple and will perfectly compliment the eyes of my special guest.

Find a powder coater near you and make a friend. For flatware that you may want completely colored like forks and spoons,¬†they’ll need to drill a little hole in the end so they can hang it, but I think it’s barely noticeable. The cost is around $2 per piece. Sure, you could spray paint it yourself, but I’ve never found the spray paint to have a professional look, not to mention the paint flakes off and it’s never a good thing for a guest to find a piece of fuchsia paint in his/her flank steak.
Powder Coated Flatware from LibbieSummers.com

Look how beautiful the lilac spoons look with this Quick Green Apple and Tomatillo Soup. Get my soup recipe on Salted and Styled.

Tomatillo Soup from LibbieSummers.com

A single purple knife makes this simple Healthy Artichoke Dip seem like you went to a lot of trouble. Get the recipe on Salted and Styled.
Healthy Artichoke Dip from LibbieSummers.com

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