Finishing for the extravagant look

Finishing for the extravagant look

As an eye-catching detail on the laid table, cutlery underlines the individual character of a gastronomic concept - either through discreet restraint or visual conciseness. Extraordinary cutlery surfaces are currently very much in vogue. These differ from one another in appearance and feel and have different effects on the guest as well as on the table arrangement, which is why we would like to provide a brief overview. After the hammered surface, which we presented in the article about SITELLO, we now continue with the different finishing methods. [...]

Rich in contrast and harmony: Filligree hammering

Rich in contrast and harmony: Filligree hammering

Modern and timeless does not always have to mean smooth and symmetrical. From trendy cafés to star restaurants, contrasting, lively furnishing styles are popular. Cutlery plays a decisive role here. Collections with unusual surfaces can give the laid table that special something and become an eye-catcher for guests. Both visually and haptically interesting are cutlery pieces with hammered surface structures. Every guest has a unique design experience, that fits seamlessly into the ambience of the table. [...]

The perfect buffet

The perfect buffet

Whether for breakfast, the afternoon snack or to accompany the evening menu: A perfectly arranged buffet not only meets the expectations of the guest, but ideally opens up a completely new and exciting world of food presentation. The following tips show how it works. [...]

Good design unifies creativity and utility

Good design unifies creativity and utility

The laid table has always been influenced by the sense of style of the respective era. This is also reflected in the products of WMF which have significantly shaped the table ambience over the course of the last decades. [...]

From Schwabenland to the world

From Schwabenland to the world

In 1853, Daniel Straub founded the metal goods factory "Straub & Schweizer" in the Swabian town of Geislingen, together with the brothers Louis and Friedrich Schweizer. Shortly after its foundation, the company presented its brass, copper and plaque goods at the Munich Industrial Exhibition in 1854. [...]

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