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10 Plates Under P150 To Make You (And Your Table) Happy!Just in case you aren't over your platita phase!
If you could not stop looking at plates in 2020, you can finally turn your plate phase dreams into reality.
Yes, Spot.ph found aesthetic tableware that won't break the bank!
Plates that will make you (and your table) happy
Fun Melamine Dinner Plate 10" (P65) from Shop Happy PlatesADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Are you a platita and a plantita? This dainty plate from Shop Happy Plates features a variety of leaf prints in different colors! It'll match your space's laid-back vibe.
Blue Shore Spiral and Stripes Melamine Salad Plate (P89) from Tita KitsCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
If you're all about the minimalist aesthetic but want to add some life to your tablescape, this striped plate from Tita Kits is the perfect addition to your tableware collection. The dish can also go well with nautical-inspired table arrangements!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Acacia Wooden Round Plates (P130) from Modern Woods PH
We don't know what it is about wooden dishes, but food just looks more sumptuous in them! Add some local flair to your dishes when you serve them in these acacia wooden plates from Modern Woods PH.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
22cm Rice Plate Classic Enamel (Losa) (P80 to P120) from Yellow Tag MNL
Can't get enough of the Scandi aesthetic? This plain white plate with a blue rim from Yellow Tag MNL will fit right into your home's vibe. It's big enough to be used as a serving plate for rice or any of your favorite home-cooked meals!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Pineapple Plate (P129) from Homescapes MNL
We don't know about you, but this plate brings to mind the whole "pineapples on pizza" argument. That, or you might just want to add a tropical touch to your meal with this colorful plate from Homescapes MNL. It features pineapple prints and pink stripes, adding a splash of color to your tablescape.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Dinner Plate Heart Melamine (P40) from BJS315
We found the perfect plate for meals made with love: This heart-shaped dish from BJS315 will add a lovely touch to your tablescape. It's perfect for special occasions with your S.O. or for times when you want to take a cool snap of your newly mastered dish.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Strawberry Fruit Plate (P59) from H&L Goodwife
These quirky strawberry-themed plates from H&L Goodwife are the perfect addition to your Korean-style space. They come in a variety of soft colors and you can use them as serving plates, but they'd totally make cute fruit or candy holders, too!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Nordic 7.75" Melamine Plate (P80) from Casa Camino PH
If you love shapes and colors, this plate we spotted from Casa Camino PH features a cool, colorful geometric design that could pass as art! We also love its semi-high rim that adds a Nordic touch to the plate.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Lime Hand Painted Ceramic Plate (P99) from Platita MNL
If you're obsessed with swirls and bright colors, you'll want to add this plate we found on Platita MNL to your collection of dinnerware. The vibrant hues will definitely get you in a happy mood even before you take a bite of your meal!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Ethnic Pattern Luncheon Plates 9 inches (P150) from My Dining and Kitchen
This dish from My Dining and Kitchen is as attention-grabbing as it can get with its striking pattern and pink-and-light yellow combo. It's exactly the plate to use for when you want your foodstagram to make an impact—apart from the actual dish you've whipped up or plated, of course.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.
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