Food52’s July Fourth Sale Has All the Kitchen Gear My Airbnb Guests Love

published Jun 29, 2023
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As an Airbnb Superhost, I’m always looking for ways to update and upgrade my little Highland Park studio for guests. I recently wrote about my rental kitchen essentials that include everything from multi-purpose appliances (looking at you, Breville air-fryer toaster oven) to waffle dish towels that add a pop of color where you need it most. In a studio like mine, you have to make sure every item works hard to make the experience even more luxurious (and aesthetically pleasing!). 

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What Are the Best Food52 July Fourth Deals?

The best deals during Food52’s sale are the colorful waffle dish towels, cloth napkins, and Le Creuset Dutch Oven. I’ll be shopping these for my Airbnb kitchen, as well as my own kitchen!

So many of the items I’ve outfitted my Airbnb kitchen with are heavily discounted during Food52’s summer sale for July Fourth, including those very same waffle dish towels I love. Below you’ll find the best deals on the kitchen essentials (and extras!) that I stock at my Airbnb, plus other pieces that I’m picking up for my own kitchen — my home deserves a little upgrade once in a while, too!

The Best Food52 July Fourth Deals

1 / 10
was $28.00

These Turkish cotton waffle dish towels are delightfully soft and colorful, and, critically, can be cleaned with a simple run through the laundry. Get rid of your old, stained kitchen towels (and cut down on paper towel usage) with a set or two. Because each set is now under $10, it’s a great time to stock up.

2 / 10
was $40.00

I love these colorful silicone pot holders. They’ll keep your mitts safe and are magnetized, so you can easily stick them to a fridge or oven. I stick them to the oven of our rental so guests can grab them before handling anything hot.

3 / 10
was $75.00

I first discovered Mepal when I got them as a gift, and they’re a wildly useful upgrade from any other containers you might have. They come in a wide array of colors and shapes — and they nest into each other, which means you can fit several sets in your kitchen or your rental kitchen without taking up too much space.

4 / 10
was $88.00

I personally collect colored glassware and can’t wait to pick up these gorgeous hand-blown goblets. There are lots of colors available: My favorites are pink and the vintage-y honey. While they’d obviously be perfect for a glass of wine for happy hour, they’ll also make that everyday cup of water a little more celebratory, too.

5 / 10
was $435.00

While I haven’t made it big enough to outfit my rental with Hestan cookware, I absolutely pick up pieces from this brand for my own home — especially when they’re on sale. I love the weight and sturdiness of these sheet pans. The handles ensure I can easily transfer my food in and out of the oven safely. Plus, they’re handsome enough to act as a serving platter in a pinch.

6 / 10
was $38.00

This adorable welcome sign is on the front door of my studio. I love its retro look — plus, it’s useful (sometimes you really need to show people where to go!).

7 / 10
was $100.00

This is the exact dinnerware set I have in my studio. It’s elegant, durable, and easy to clean. While I started my Airbnb journey with leftover dishes I didn’t need in my own house, I finally upgraded to have a full matching set and it looks so much better (and Superhost-worthy).

8 / 10
was $30.00

These are the cloth napkins I put on my wedding registry. I now have several sets for my kitchen as well as my Airbnb — and I regret absolutely nothing. They make everyday dinners feel special, and you can just throw them in the laundry when you're done with them. After tons of washes, they’re still just as soft as they were on day one.

9 / 10
was $105.00

You know what doesn’t look cute or luxurious in a rental? A rogue plunger with a wooden handle and an exposed plunger. If you’re able to upgrade to a more aesthetic plunger and bath brush, I highly suggest it. This set subtly hides the parts that do the dirty work, so guests only see what you want them to see.

10 / 10
was $462.00

Whether it’s for your own home or a rental, there’s something so beautiful and luxurious about a big Le Creuset Dutch oven sitting casually on the stove. It’s functional, aesthetically pleasing, and shows you’ve really put some care (and budget) into your space. And when Le Creuset is on sale, it’s always a good idea to pick something up. As you know, they’ll last for generations to come.