We offer dinnerware made from a variety of materials. Stoneware is chip-resistant, which can make it a good option, but porcelain dinnerware is even more durable. If you need something that can stand up to the rigors that kids put plates and bowls through, consider buying heavier plastic or tempered glass designs. Melamine is another durable option available in a wide range of colors. For a traditional look on your dinner table, ceramic adds class and textured patterning, which is harder to find on plastic plates.
Think about how many pieces you need and whether you want something formal or casual. Also think about where you're using it; outdoor dinnerware should be made of extra-durable, shatter-resistant material. Then, find a color or pattern that you like. Once you have the basics figured out, consider whether you want to buy a full set or individual pieces. Buying sets of dinnerware is a budget-friendly option, but buying individual pieces lets you mix and match for an eclectic look.