Williams Somoma’s Spring Savings Event Is Offering Up to 50% Off Le Creuset, All-Clad, and Breville — Shop Our Top 15 Picks

published Mar 27, 2024
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I don’t know about you, dear reader, but with spring officially here, I’m in deep #springcleaningmode. And for me, spring cleaning is about so much more than just giving my place a deep scrub. Spring is the time when I like to organize my kitchen to take stock of what I have — and most importantly, make a note of what I need. Most of the time, my list consists of pantry items and things I need to replenish, but occasionally, I realize that I’m in need of something else: new cookware. Luckily for me (and you) spring is also a time of great savings. Case in point: Williams Sonoma’s Spring Savings Event. Running now through March 31, you can save up to 50% on the brands you covet like Le Creuset, All Clad, Breville, KitchenAid, and so much more. And while you still have a couple of days to shop the sale, there’s no telling if these products will stay in stock for long at such great discounts, so here are 15 products we think you should pick up today.

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Williams Sonoma
was $430.00

The wider version of Le Creuset's famous Dutch oven is perfect for stews and stovetop meals of all kinds, particularly those that taste better after a bit of browning. The pot's shallow construction allows for slow simmering, resulting in meats and veggies that are cooked to perfection. You'll also find that scooping and ladling are made much easier thanks to this Dutch oven's expansive rim.

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Williams Sonoma
was $69.95

This All-Clad 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?

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Williams Sonoma
was $189.95

All of Breville's smart ovens are majorly discounted during the warehouse sale, though we especially love this compact model for tiny kitchens. The oven has numerous cooking functions, such as toasting, defrosting, broiling, baking, reheating, and more. Its rack can also fit up to four slices of bread at once. But what makes this appliance so smart? Its internal sensor technology adjusts the oven's power based on what you put inside, resulting in quicker cook times!

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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 Zwilling 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.

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Williams Sonoma
was $690.00

A 17-piece stainless steel cookware set for under $200 is practically unheard of — unless you're shopping this sale. Right now, you can score the Cuisinart Chef's Classic stainless steel cookware set for just $180 (yep, you read that right). Each piece is made with an aluminum base for even heat distribution, while also fitted with riveted ergonomic handles for the most comfortable hold. Long story short — if you've been looking to make the switch to stainless steel, this is the deal to jump on.

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was $449.95

Oftentimes, when KitchenAid's cult-favorite stand mixer goes on sale, it's only in one or two colors. But the classic 5-quart version is now discounted in a seemingly endless array of joyful hues just in time for spring. The mixer has 10 speeds for every type of dough or batter, not to mention a roomy stainless-steel bowl that locks onto the base for mess-free mixing. You also get four additional mixer accessories with your purchase.

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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.

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Williams Sonoma
was $239.95

You won’t have to shell out $7 for a coffee at Starbucks anymore once you snag this Nespresso 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.

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Williams Sonoma
was $310.00

Braisers often make appearances on Kitchn for one-pot pasta recipes, but they are tremendously versatile for plenty of other meals. With a heavyweight cast iron base to cook evenly and a matte black interior with traces of quartz to aid in better browning, Staub’s Everything Pan is perfectly named. Top it with the seal-tight glass lid to lock in moisture, and you end up with flavorful, juicy, and perfectly tender proteins, from chicken to pork tenderloins and more.

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Williams Sonoma
was $235.00

The 3-quart version of this stainless steel beauty is marked down by nearly $100, which is convenient because it's the perfect size for everyday meals. Whether you're cooking for two or just for yourself, your pastas, lentils, and other eats will come out evenly cooked throughout. The saucepan's alternating stainless steel and conductive aluminum layers also resist warping, so this piece will retain its shape and quality for a long time.

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Williams Sonoma
was $205.00

If you're over waiting for the weather to warm up so you can grill outside, we're right there with you. The wait ends once you get your hands on Le Creuset's rectangular skinny grill, which lets you prepare barbecue-style eats on your stove. Its durable cast iron heats food evenly without causing it to stick to the pan, and it'll even give your steaks those appealing sear marks.

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Williams Sonoma
was $249.95

There's virtually no limit to all the tasty and nutritious things you can make with the help of this 14-cup food processor, whether that's hummus, guac, pasta sauce, or chopped veggies. It shreds and slices to your desired size like a pro, even if you insert whole ingredients without pre-cutting.

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Williams Sonoma
was $199.95

Looking for a coffee maker that can do it all? Designed to brew drip coffee and iced coffee, the Cuisinart Coffee Center 2-in-1 Coffee Maker is a dream for anyone looking an all-in-one powerhouse. Best of all, it can use both ground coffee and coffee pods meaning your coffee choices are endless!

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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 do all the hard work of working 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.

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Williams Sonoma
was $629.95

If there's one countertop ice maker you've likely seen before, it's the GE Profile Opal 2.0 Nugget Ice Maker. The social media darling is beloved for many reasons, but perhaps the biggest being its restaurant-quality crunchy ice. We also love that it recirculates melted ice to make more and that it has Wi-Fi functionality so you can request fresh ice from your smartphone, Alexa, or Google Assistant, and have it ready in 20 minutes. While a pricey spend, ice lovers will find it more than worth the investment.