Williams Sonoma’s End-of-Season Sale Is Offering Up to 75% Off KitchenAid, Le Creuset, and OXO

published Jan 12, 2024
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Oftentimes, end-of-season sales are live for a week or so after Christmas, which can put pressure on you to act fast and shop the deals before they’re gone. Fortunately, that’s not the case with Williams Sonoma, one of our go-to destinations for all things kitchen. Their own end-of-season sale is still going strong, offering markdowns of up to 75% off. Not only that, but you can also snag clearance items for an extra 20% off the sale price when you enter code EXTRA at checkout! There’s a lot to sort through, so to save you the time of scrolling past winter holiday decor items, we went ahead and rounded up 10 of our favorite cookware, countertop appliance, and kitchen tool picks below. You’ll be happy to learn that many of them are made by top brands, like Le Creuset and KitchenAid. Whether you’re in the market for a nonstick fry pan set or a food chopper that takes the hard work out of meal prep, you’ll find it all at Williams Sonoma for less.

1 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $219.95

Your KitchenAid stand mixer can not only beat, mix, and whip ingredients, but it can also make amazing homemade pasta. This 3-piece set includes everything you need to make your own pasta, letting the roller work the dough into sheets. From there, you can use one of the two cutter attachments to turn the dough into fettuccine or spaghetti. For under $200, this attachment set will be more than worth it after just a few at-home pasta nights.

2 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $180.00

If your nonstick cookware has seen better days, this is your opportunity to upgrade to this set of Cuisinart frying pans that are built to last for years. The 8-inch pan features an easy-release, nonstick interior, while the 10-inch pan has a brushed stainless steel interior for that's perfect for searing. Whether you want to make omelettes or seared seafood, you’ll reach for these pans everyday.

3 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $25.99

People with kids understand this basic truth: There is never enough room to store all of the stuff. OXO has you covered… well, at least when it comes to food jars, pacifiers, cups, and bottles. This cleverly designed upright drying rack is made to rest on your countertop. It’s sturdy enough for all of your baby’s dishes but simple to move to a cupboard for easy storage. We especially like the three separate compartments for easy organization.

4 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $99.95

Whether you need to chop, slice, puree, or dice, this food chopper does it all. It's got all the goods to help you make a wide range of dishes including salsa, pesto, marinades, and more in its BPA-free work bowl. Plus, the compact gadget has two different speed settings to use depending on what you’re making. The multi-purpose stainless steel blade can slice through just about anything, and it's a breeze to clean up since everything (minus the base, of course!) can go in the dishwasher.

5 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $284.00

If you’ve been dealt a tiny kitchen but are dying to own a Le Creuset Dutch oven, consider the small-space-friendly French version, which boasts a spacious cooking capacity. A major bonus? It costs way less than the Dutch oven, too. Given its optimal size and price, we even called it “the Goldilocks of Dutch ovens” in our review.

6 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $22.99

Although this OXO drying rack is similarly designed to hold baby bottles and other accessories, we think it's also great for regular cups and mason jars if you need extra space to dry glassware. Silicone-tipped tines can hold up to eight bottles, while a ridged base allows water to run off instead of pooling. You also get a small cup on the side that you can use for utensils.

7 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $149.00

Suited to working with meat, fish, and vegetables, this versatile Santoku knife is a must-have for your cutlery collection. Although this style of knife is beloved by professional chefs, it’s also a solid choice for beginners, as its curved top keeps your fingers far from danger. We also love the knife's Mediterranean olivewood handle, which makes it beautiful, too.

8 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $219.95

Another must-have KitchenAid stand mixer attachment, this pasta maker is able to produce six different types of fresh pasta, including spaghetti, bucatini, fusilli, rigatoni, small macaroni, and large macaroni. So, if you'd rather save drawer space, you might opt for the one-piece instead of the set.

9 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $99.95

It's no secret that All-Clad delivers professional-grade products and high-quality results every time. This saucepan is made from anodized aluminum and boasts a three-layer nonstick interior, not to mention steel bases that are compatible with induction cooktops. Your purchase also comes with a tight-fitting lid, which helps lock in moisture and heat.

10 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $59.95

Electric kettles might be all the rage, but there's something to be said about the charm of this adorable vintage-style teakettle. Boasting a carbon steel core and enamel-on-steel exterior, it conducts heat quickly and dresses up your stovetop with its glossy finish. Plus, you'll hear that telltale whistle when your water is done boiling — how fun is that?