10 Beautiful Kitchen Products That Will Always Have Our Heart

(Image credit: Dominik Woods)

Like our love for truly ooey-gooey chocolate desserts, our love for beautiful kitchen goods is forever. Here are 10 tools and products that will always have a place in our kitchen, no matter the season, style, or trend. Because once we commit, we commit hard. That’s just how we do.

  1. Emerald Turquoise Bowl by Jim Franco, $75 from Dara Artisans: Quite possibly the prettiest soup bowl we have ever seen, in the perfect shade of green.
  2. Solid Walnut Wood Boards, $89 from Dominik Woods: We’ve fallen head over heels for the gorgeous tear drop shape and soft, rounded edges of these walnut boards.
  3. Claro Walnut Salt Cellar, $68 from Cattails Woodwork: This salt cellar is as elegant and lovely as they come.
  4. Sori Yanagi Stainless Steel Kettle, $68 from Amazon: An absolute classic, perfectly designed.
  5. Petite Minimalist Stoneware Bowl Set, $85 from Dar Gitane: We love the terracotta base and milky-white glaze of these nesting bowls.
  6. 12″ Braising Skillet, $320 from Borough Furnace: Made in Syracuse, New York by a startup cast iron cookware company, Borough’s refined yet hardworking braising skillet is hand cast from 100% recycled iron.
  7. Chamba Clay Casserole, $79.95 from Toque Blanche: The smooth, black finish gets us every time. Oh, and it makes the perfect pot of beans.
  8. Dinner Plates by MUD Australia, $36: The dinner plates of our dreams, available in a variety of colors.
  9. White and Blue Stoneware Cake Pan, $75 from Art et Manufacture: A bundt pan that is so pretty, it deserves to stay on the countertop and hold onions and garlic or fruit when it’s not in use.
  10. Wedgwood Vera Wang Sequin Champagne Glasses, $90/set of two from Macy’s: Faith’s favorite rippled coupe glasses from Anthropologie are no longer available, so we had to find a substitute, and these come pretty close in style and feel. Stunning.
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