The 10 Best Rainbow Silverware
This wiki has been updated 12 times since it was first published in August of 2019. You’ll add a vibrant touch of fun to a holiday gathering, a dinner party, or even an everyday meal with one of these sets of rainbow silverware, which all feature a shiny, mirror-like finish and an eye-catching spectrum of colors. Our selection includes brilliant stainless steel options, as well as iridescent plastic flatware that’s great for a child’s birthday bash or a fun backyard barbecue. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
August 20, 2019:
Bring a touch of flair to your flatware with a vibrant, rainbow-colored set. All the selections featured on our list are sure to catch the eye of your guests, and they’re durable enough to be used for everyday meals, as well. The Kadina Unique is a highly rated set that provides service for four, and it comes in a handsome, compartmentalized box that makes for a nice housewarming gift. The utensils are made of FDA-approved, 18/8 stainless steel and are resistant to corrosion, rust, and chipping. Unlike some others, they’re conveniently dishwasher safe.
For a plastic set that’s great for kids’ birthday bashes or lighthearted parties, check out the Enjoylife Value Pack, which comes with a total of 300 forks, knives, and spoons. They’re comfortable since they match standard metal flatware in size. You can even choose to use them multiple times by properly hand-washing them in hot, soapy water.
If you’d like a set of rainbow knives or cooking utensils to go with your silverware, look to the Marco Almond KYA27 (which provides cutlery for slicing, paring, and more, and comes with a sturdy, wooden butcher block) and the Homquen Nonstick (which comes with an array of basic utensils for cooking soups, stews, pastas, and more).
MoMA Design Store Rainbow Flatware This striking five-piece set is conveniently dishwasher safe, and its design was created quite by accident when a PVD coating process went awry and produced the brilliant colors. The family-run, Portuguese manufacturer loved it and decided to make more. store.moma.org