Material Is Offering Up to 45% Off Their Popular Cutting Board and More Kitchen Tools That Keep Selling Out

updated Mar 19, 2024
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Over the years, Material has become one of our favorite brands for all things kitchen prep. It’s been exciting to see the brand expand its product line and, in turn, try those products out, ourselves. Whether we’re raving about Material’s cutting board, reaching for its soft-edge spatula, or using its nonstick pan to whip up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, we can’t get enough. You, too, can get in on the fun, especially now that Material is hosting its annual birthday sale, with everything up to 45% off.

Not only that, but the brand is offering freebies when you spend a certain amount: Spend $100 to get the Good Shears for free, spend $175 to get the Sharpener, and spend $300 to get the Forever Peeler. You have until midnight on Mar. 21 to shop the sale, but keep in mind that select items are already selling out. So, if you want to get all of your coveted prep tools in your desired colors, you’ll have to act fast. Luckily, we’ve gone ahead and included all of our faves below, so you can click and shop at your convenience.

1 / 8
was $35.00

If you're looking to replace a beat-up old cutting board, look no further. The reBoard is one of our editors' favorite cutting boards ever because of its pretty design, lightweight construction, and textured surface, which makes it easier to slice through slippery foods without having an accident. What's more, the reBoard is made of sustainable materials, unlike traditional plastic boards. You can also get it in a smaller size to save on counter space!

2 / 8
was $115.00

Material's iconic skillet is a work of art that will last a lifetime. It's made of stainless steel with a copper core for optimal heat distribution, and it has a fume-free coating that lasts up to 37 times longer than ceramic. And who could hate that gorgeous metallic color?

3 / 8
was $200.00

A good chef’s knife is key in the kitchen, but there are some jobs that a giant blade just can’t do. Material's Trio of Knives includes a 4-inch knife to tackle intricate tasks, a 6-inch serrated knife (so helpful for cutting bread and tomatoes!), and a classic 8-inch chef’s knife. The handles come in a few different colors, which means that — unlike clunky 12-piece knife blocks — this set wins when it comes to form and function.

4 / 8
was $25.00

It’s rare that we find a spatula that's great at multiple jobs, but this lovely number is special. The Soft-Edge Turner is made from soft-edged silicone with just the right amount of flexibility. In other words? It can scrape, mix, and flip. (It also happens to be the most attractive spatula we’ve ever seen.)

5 / 8
was $90.00

These dinner knives are designed to be useful for way more than digging into a delicious steak. Each features a straight blade instead of a serrated one, so you can use them for a casual weeknight meal that requires cutting into veggies or chicken, too. And check out those chic, colorful handles!

6 / 8
was $28.00

Finally — a peeler that really is so strong it'll last, well, forever! The U-shaped design fits easily into the palm of your hand, and the razor-sharp blade makes peeling nearly effortless. It even comes with a replacement blade if you use this baby so much that it starts to dull.

7 / 8
was $440.00

Whether you're moving to a new place, looking for a housewarming gift, or just wanting to refresh your kitchen, you can't go wrong with The Iconics set. You get every meal prep tool (other than cookware) you could possibly need in one purchase, including knives, large spoons, tongs, a whisk, and more — all organized in an elegant wooden base.

8 / 8
was $65.00

Don't underestimate the power of pretty glassware, especially when it comes to lifting your mood on a daily basis. Life is, after all, about the simple pleasures, so pick up a set of four gorgeous glasses to elevate your dining nook. Really, there's no limit to what you can serve up in these borosilicate glass cups — and you'll have no problem storing them afterward because they're stackable.