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Fisher & Paykel | 20 Years of Refinement


In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the iconic Fisher & Paykel DishDrawer, the well-loved appliance brand has teamed up with NZ ceramic company Wundaire to create a limited edition Fisher & Paykel Handcrafted Dinner Set. As a huge fan of both brands, I was excited to see the results of this collaboration and I have to say, the pieces are absolutely beautiful. Comprising dinner plates, bowls and side plates in three complimentary hues, all feature natural, organic forms and unique finishes.

Putting the beautiful new pieces to the test with a relaxed lunch, they are a dream to style. In addition to looking gorgeous, they are also really functional making them perfect for everyday use. We are getting so much enjoyment out of them! 

Entertaining is fun but I always found stacking dishes to be such a a chore (and back-breaker) until we got our Fisher & Paykel DishDrawer. Put through over a million test cycles since its debut 20 years ago, the latest DishDrawer™ Dishwasher range delivers superior performance and reliability. Easy to load with minimal bending, my technique is now on form as shown here with the beautiful new dinner set.

Styling and photography by Michelle Halford for TDC

What’s your stacking personality? A bit haphazard, or neat and orderly? Pop over to the TDC Facebook page, and comment on the post to be in to win your own Fisher & Paykel Handcrafted Dinner Set!

(Please note this giveaway is open to NZ readers only).

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  1. Neat & orderly, get more dishes in & no chipping

  2. I remember when this dishwasher first came out, took the industry by storm. I have one and absolutely love it!

  3. Love the styling! I'm the person that secretly rearranges the dishwasher to be tidy when no one is looking!



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