Shoppers are raving about Leeway Home’s 44-piece kitchen set: ‘Everything looks wonderful, and the price was great too!’

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Whether you’re a recent college grad or you just moved into your first apartment sans roommates, stocking your kitchen can be overwhelming. Part of feeling like a grown-up is not eating off the same plate and fork every day, but who has the time or energy to individually choose plates, cups, glasses, silverware and more?

That’s what makes Leeway Home’s Full Way set so genius. This one box includes everything you’ll need for solo weeknight meals, plus enough extras for when you want to host two or three guests. Not only are the pieces well-made and high-quality, but they also come super well-packaged in materials that are recyclable so you won’t have a lot of waste.

The Full Way – 44-Piece Set, $275

Credit: Leeway Home

As with many people my age, my kitchen basically consists of hand-me-downs from my parents, friends and other family members over the years. Hardly anything matched, and some stuff had definitely seen better days. With this in mind, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to try out Leeway Home’s Full Way set for myself. Who wouldn’t want sleek, stylish dishware that lasts for years — all neatly packaged in one convenient box.

When I received my Full Way set, I was really impressed with how efficiently it was packaged. Obviously, the box is heavy; it includes four big plates, four small plates, four bowls, four mugs, four all-purpose glasses, four stemmed wine glasses, eight forks, four knives and eight spoons. But even with all 44 items inside, not one single item arrived broken, chipped or cracked. Not even the glasses! You’d think there would be lots of packing peanuts or extra cardboard inside the box to keep the items protected, but there wasn’t. Everything had a convenient little space to keep it safe and nestled away during transport.

Once I unboxed the Full Way set, I became giddy because the dishes are actually beautiful. I wouldn’t think twice about using them for even my fanciest friends; that’s how nice they are. They feel substantial and durable but not too heavy or cumbersome.

I’ve been on my grown woman vibe for a few weeks now, eating off matching plates, and I’m kind of bummed that I waited this long to step up my dishware game. Even if I’m just eating something ordinary like pasta or ramen, it feels so much more special on nice plates with nice silverware.

If you want to elevate your eating situation, I definitely recommend Leeway Home’s Full Way set. And I’m not alone. Shoppers on their website also rave about how awesome this set is.

One satisfied shopper wrote, “In the process of moving and starting from scratch, there are so many decisions that have to be made. When I came across Leeway Home, the Full Way kit took all the guesswork out of my kitchen needs! And more importantly, it’s quality products — I love my new Leeway Home set!”

Another shopper commented, “I moved into my own place and needed to get my own kitchen set as I had been sharing with roommates previously. This took all the hassle out of that, everything looks wonderful, and the price was great too!!”

Need a little more incentive to make your purchase? From now through May 31, In The Know by Yahoo shoppers will receive 15% off purchases of $100 or more at Leeway Home with code InTheKnow15 at checkout.

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