Definition of kitchenware
: utensils and appliances for use in a kitchen
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In addition to clothing and toys, Simple Recycling takes fashion accessories, purses, sheets, linens, kitchenware and small household items, regardless of condition.
Search for those ideal finds in furniture, collectibles, home décor, kitchenware, clothing, electronics, books and more.
Dean & Deluca markets sell a variety of foods including fresh produce, meat, seafood, cheese and confections, plus prepared foods, coffee, wine and high-end kitchenware.
The cramped shops heave with rhinestone-slathered jewelry, stacks of plastic kitchenware and women’s shoes adorned with bows and bling.
Elizabeth started packing up the house right way — stuffed animals, kitchenware that was seldom used.
Nowadays, the checkered pattern is popular in a variety of product categories including furniture, kitchenware, clothing, home accessories, party decor, and more.
At another corner of the Via Mazzini lives the equally cute Italian kitchenware staple Bialetti.
Based in Atlanta, Marketplace Ignition is a six-year-old consulting firm that employs about 35 staffers and works on behalf of companies such as Hallmark Cards and kitchenware maker Lifetime Brands.
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