Score Le Creuset, Vitamix, and KitchenAid for Up to 50% Off During William Sonoma’s End-of-Season Sale

published Dec 27, 2023
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Congrats! You’ve officially almost made it through the busiest (and most exhausting) month of the year. Don’t get me wrong: I love the holidays as much as the next person, but I’ll admit that I’m a little glad to put all of the nonstop events and frantic search for the perfect gifts behind me. In fact, for the foreseeable future, I’ll be spending a lot of time resting up at home and working on some new recipes that I didn’t have time to try out over the past few weeks. 

If you’re in the same boat and are ready to get back into the kitchen after Christmas and New Year’s, allow me to be the bearer of good news: Williams Sonoma is throwing an epic sale right now, so you can get some new gear before you get started. Some of our favorite brands, like Le Creuset and KitchenAid, are part of a huge sale, and we’ve come up with the 10 best offerings that you can score for way less. After the madness of the holidays, you deserve to treat yourself!

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Williams Sonoma
was $284.00

If you’ve been dealt a tiny kitchen but are dying to own a Le Creuset Dutch oven, you should consider the more 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.

2 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $699.95

Post-Christmas is the perfect time to treat yourself to a Vitamix blender — though it's certainly on the pricier side, it's a long-lasting workhorse that you won’t regret adding to your lineup. The A3500 can automatically detect the size of the container and is equipped with a programmable timer, resulting in flawlessly blended foods.

3 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $449.95

As someone who finally grabbed a KitchenAid stand mixer a few months ago, I’ll be the first to tell you that I don’t know how I ever went without it. Baking has never been easier — and it can perform tons of other useful functions with the added attachments, like grinding meat and shaving ice.

4 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $370.00

Staub’s Deep Oven has taller sides than your typical Dutch oven, meaning that there’s more room for stirring and less risk of food splattering. “Not only are they gorgeous, durable, well-made pieces, but they’re also loaded with useful features,” contributor Sarah wrote. Said features include an unstainable a matte-black enameled interior, which builds up a nonstick “seasoning” over time.

5 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $239.95

You won’t have to shell out $7 for a coffee at Starbucks anymore once you snag this machine that can squeeze into even the smallest of spaces. Its “centrifusion” technology spins the capsule at 7,000 rotations per minute, which results in an especially rich, crema-topped espresso or coffee.

6 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $99.95

Circling back to the KitchenAid stand mixer attachments, the ice cream maker one is one of the brand’s best. Former Kitchn editor Riddley confirmed that it makes “delicious and creamy and perfectly churned in about 30 minutes.” Enough said, right?

7 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $75.00

Want to try Le Creuset without the hefty price tag? You’re in luck, because their stoneware baking dishes are more affordable yet provide the same high level of quality that you’d expect from the brand. The Heritage collection, in particular, features vintage designs with tons of useful features, like scalloped handles and rounded edges.

8 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $105.00

This set is made of a nonstick material that will last for years. (As longtime All-Clad fans, we can confirm as much.) Even and fast heating comes from the hard-anodized aluminum, and the three-layer nonstick interior results in easy release and a fast cleanup. What more could you ask for in a frying pan?

9 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $149.95

Anyone that doesn’t have counter space to spare will love this immersion blender, which is the most powerful one that executive lifestyle director Lisa has ever tested. It also lacks the jerkiness that most other brands’ versions have. “It clicks on super smoothly,” she wrote. “And it’s impressively quiet — even when blending up frozen fruit for smoothies. In tests, I’ve found that it can blend up a pot of silky-smooth soups in less than 40 seconds.”

10 / 10
Williams Sonoma
was $149.95

One reviewer went as far as to say this knife “changed [their] life,” and we can totally understand why. The Pro Slim knife is built for speed and precision, and the fact that it’s so easy to handle makes it ideal for those with smaller hands and less experience. Chopping, mincing, slicing — any task is easy work.