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Once you’ve bought the bigger furniture pieces for your kitchen—and got a handy
Between the enamel steel material and gorgeous seafoam green hue, there’s not much we don’t love about this tiny saucepan. It’s lightweight, meaning you can easily hang it up above the stove to save space if you have a small kitchen.
The steel handles lend an industrial feel to this chopping board, while also elevating the design to make it suitable for use as a more casual serving vessel. Cheese board aficionados, you need this in your life.
Never worry about burning your fingers trying to use the lid of your pot to drain water again: This colander is not only a kitchen necessity, but is also a great multipurpose storage utensil. When you’re not using it, display fresh produce in the colander.
Black and white checks and stripes offer a timeless pattern that’ll match essentially every decor scheme out there. Stock up on these tea towels while you’re at it: $6 will get you two, so you can be sure you always have one at the ready.
When building a homeware collection, one of the things worth investing in to make your home
Far more stylish (and eco-friendly!) than a plastic water bottle, this glass carafe both fits in your fridge and makes a sleek addition to your tabletop when you need to use it to serve drinks. Bonus: It also holds hot beverages.
Pick up a few of these inexpensive tumblers to instantly elevate your servingware. The contemporary two-tone design will pair especially well with a minimalist aesthetic.
This stoneware bowl looks like you picked it up at a trendy little antique boutique or Parisian flea market… which is exactly the origin story you can sell when people inevitably ask you where you got this simple yet gorgeous piece.
A cast iron pan under $50? We’re in. Off-white coloring and a rustic wooden handle make it a little more unique than the standard all-black cast iron kitchenware.
As part of Ikea’s
It may look basic, but the sheer pink design is enough to transform this glass carafe into something a little more upscale than the standard transparent options. Use to display your favorite spring blooms as an easy centerpiece.
Frequent bakers are sure to appreciate these ramekins, which are super affordable and have so many uses that they’re definitely kitchen essentials. They also look sophisticated enough to serve individual desserts in without having the servingware feel like an afterthought.
Painted in of the season’s
If you’re not a tablecloth person, dress up your table with these natural woven placemats. Each one is handmade from water hyacinth and is perfect for adding a summery vibe to your tabletop.
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