kitch·en·ware | \ˈki-chən-ˌwer \

Definition of kitchenware 

: utensils and appliances for use in a kitchen

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Even humble kitchenware speaks to the enduring importance of the tree of life in the Armenian household. Ryan P. Smith, Smithsonian, "Armenia’s “Tree of Life” Tradition Took Root Thousands of Years Ago, and Has Only Grown Since," 12 July 2018 Minsuk Kim considered another industry that was ripe for some modernization: kitchenware. Leah Bhabha, Vogue, "These Cookware Companies Are Making It Easy to Shop for High-Quality Pots and Pans," 11 July 2018 The bathroom accessories, kitchenwares, and art sections are key for this. 3. Candace Braun Davison, House Beautiful, "9 Things You Should Know Before Shopping At HomeGoods," 4 May 2018 Launching in stores and online tomorrow, June 23, the line includes over 750 products spanning bedding, bath accessories, kitchenware, storage, and furniture; prices range from $1 to $260, with most items coming under $30. Jenny Xie, Curbed, "How Target’s new minimalist home goods line compares to Ikea and Muji products," 22 June 2018 In the main dining space, refrigerators accessible from both the kitchen and dining room showcase dry-aged steaks as well as plates and other kitchenware, neatly organized with presentation in mind. Kelly Dobkin, Bon Appetit, "The Well-Crafted Kitchen: Inside the New Momofuku Ko Bar," 5 June 2018 The other side is a happy jumble of delicate stationery, stackable bento lunchboxes for children and stylish kitchenware, including smooth wooden spoons and white steel chef’s knives. Giulia Pines, New York Times, "Five Places to Go in Düsseldorf," 11 May 2018 Some of the rooms are ADA-accessible, with shorter countertops, kitchenware located in drawers under the counters, an area by the sink where a wheelchair can pull in, and other changes. Karen Caffarini, Post-Tribune, "Growth of extended stay hotels continues in Merrillville," 10 May 2018 But now the gourmet foods and kitchenware retailer is closing the store at 4700 W. 119th St. — on a prime corner spot of Town Center Plaza — on May 21. Joyce Smith, kansascity, "Leawood's Town Center Plaza to lose an early tenant in a prime corner spot | The Kansas City Star," 11 May 2018

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1722, in the meaning defined above

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