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    33 Items To Buy Right Now If You Really Want A Cottagecore Kitchen

    We can't all live in the English countryside but we can pick up these cute kitchen accessories...

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    1. A hammered copper pan set so you can channel your inner Ina Garten and whip up a pea and pancetta starter and skillet-roasted chicken at the very same time. 

    Promising review: "Love these pans! They’re gorgeous and super easy to clean. I bought a Gotham Steel pan set on Amazon two years ago and have been using them almost every day. I love the quality of the pans, how fast they heat up, and that you don’t need to season them. The cleaning is super easy, we just throw them in the dishwasher and 45 minutes later, they come out perfectly clean. My husband and I moved into a new place in January and were buying new items for our kitchen. We looked for another cookware set from Gotham Steel and found this hammered copper set. After deliberating between this and the original lower-priced ones, I finally decided to buy these more expensive copper pans. I’M SO GLAD I DID. No oils or butter needed. No need to season them. Cleanup is almost too easy. I have a gas stove, no problem heating up just like the originals. And they look really nice. I can leave them on my stove top without worrying about the clutter. I’m going to give out a few of these for gifts come Christmas time." —Kane G.

    Get it from Amazon for $69.99+ (available in sets of five, 10, 15, and 20).

    2. A domed acacia wood platter where you can parade your latest and greatest confections whether homemade or store-bought (no shame in that game). 

    the glass and wood stand with a pie underneath

    Promising review: "This cake stand is really nice and I love the wood bottom piece. It looks nice on our island. I also like the fact that the lid is acrylic and won't shatter in the event one of my children drop it 😉 I won't have to worry as much if they reach for it! Overall, very happy and pleased with this purchase!" —jessicka

    Get it from Amazon for $39.95.

    3. A floral light switch plate much more attractive than the plain white ones your landlord has "accidentally" painted over too many times to count. 

    a single light switch plate with a butterfly and floral design
    A Dirty Habit / Etsy

    A Dirty Habit is a Kansas City, Missouri-based small biz from Rebekah Bloom with all sorts of unique home goods including pillows, coasters, and candles. 

    Get it from A Dirty Habit on Etsy for $16

    4. A set of wire baskets where you can store your bounty of fresh produce and — in the back — the processed snacks that you absolutely love but aren't as eager to show off. 

    three baskets in a pantry holding pasta, sauce, and squash

    Promising review: "I love these baskets so much that I went wild and bought eight!! Love the bronze color as it fits perfectly with my kitchen and the size fits perfect on the shelf!! The main thing I love is the slot for a label because if there’s not a clearly marked label, things wouldn’t be placed correctly or be found by my lovely hubby LOL. I’m planning to buy the smaller one later to completely finish my pantry but for now I’m very happy!!" —Diana

    Get the set of two from Amazon for $34.99 (available in three finishes).

    5. A strawberry print that makes me want to pull out my Crosley record player and slap on The Beatles' double A-side "Penny Lane"/"Strawberry Fields Forever" single.

    the strawberry print
    Apolline Calligraphy / Etsy

    Apolline Calligraphy is an Oklahoma City-based small biz from Lorinn Arielle. Check out their shop for other cottagecore prints as well as custom wedding invitations and place cards. 

    Get it from Apolline Calligraphy on Etsy for $10+ (available in three sizes).

    6. A galvanized metal pitcher where you can arrange the wildflower bouquet you hand foraged from your backyard. (Or from your nearest bodega...your choice.)

    the blue rustic pitcher holding a bouquet of flowers

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    7. A set of bamboo scrubbing brushes that *almost* make dishes a less dreadful task. Sorry 🤷‍♀️— there's not much else that can replace a dishwasher, unforch. 

    three sisal scrubbing brushes and a white ceramic base

    Promising review: "I love these! Ergonomically, they are great for scrubbing and stiffness is good. The dish is a thoughtful touch which is really handy and looks nice by the sink. Also love that when they are worn out, i can use them for kindling or toss them in the compost. No landfill fodder for eons. Lovely!" —Deana Farrell

    Get the set of three for $11.79+ (available in two styles).

    8. A six-piece set of hand-engraved serving utensils with depictions of animals (raccoons, squirrels, and bunnies) you've never seen frolicking in the wild because despite your taste in decor, your parents had the audacity to raise you in a major city. 

    the six-piece set of bamboo utensils engraved with animals and flowers
    Ozark Wood Burning / Etsy

    Ozark Wood Burning is a Branson, Missouri-based small biz with all sorts of rustic kitchenware from cutting boards and coasters to trays and mugs. Every piece is made to order, so no two sets are alike. 

    Promising review: "These are beautiful! And they shipped so fast! They're great quality and came with care instructions. I'm very pleased!" —Elizabeth

    Get the six-piece set from Ozark Wood Burning on Etsy for $32.99+ (available with or without a holder).

    9. A whistling kettle cause if you lean into the cottagecore aesthetic, I'm just gonna assume you drink a whole lot of tea. Is that fair?

    a model pouring hot water from a white kettle

    Promising review: "I love this thing. It has a very soft and kind whistle that isn't screeching which is nice. It's the perfect size for two cups of tea in the morning, and it is fairly easy to keep clean and take care of. I love it and it was definitely a successful purchase. I also love the color and the wooden handle and whistle cover/latch on the nozzle." —Emma R.

    Get it from Amazon for $25.99 (available in four colors).

    10. A peel-and-stick vintage-inspired floral wallpaper that can completely transform your drab kitchen in a matter of hours. Bonus: It's beginner-friendly if you're a total wallpaper newb. 

    the colorful floral wallpaper in a home
    Koko Art / Etsy

    Koko Art is a Miami-based small biz specializing in murals, decals, and wallpaper. 

    Promising review: "Amazing quality! It was a two-person job for me, but well worth it! Completely changed the vibe of my apartment!" —Holly Mayo

    Get it from Koko Art on Etsy for $50+ (available in two sizes and four materials).

    11. An 18th-century-inspired rug with flowers, chickens, and fig and lemon trees sure to have you queueing up Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette just so you can imagine what an incredible kitchen they had at Versailles. 

    zoomed out view of the floral cream rug
    zoomed in view showing the loomed animal and floral print
    Rifle Paper Co.

    Get it from Rifle Paper Co. for $90+ (available in six sizes).

    12. Or an antique-looking wool area rug with a medium pile height that'll feel nice and squishy under your toes as you prepare your breakfast quiche. 

    the beige floral area rug
    beige circular area rug
    Boutique Rugs

    Get it from Boutique Rugs for $46+ (available in 14 sizes).

    13. A simple colander set that pulls its weight in both the rinsing produce and looking so freaking cute departments. 

    a model grabbing a tomato from the smaller collander

    Promising review: "These colanders are functional and absolutely beautiful! They have a French Provincial look but also would fit nicely into American farmhouse or modern decor. Well constructed and the sizes are quite generous. The medium size is perfect for draining a full pound of cooked pasta. Sturdy handles stay nice and cool and are easy to grip. Space-saving nesting design is appreciated as well. These are so pretty I keep them on display! So far no chips or dings despite a few bumps and bangs while washing; since these have a durable powder coated finish I doubt this will be a concern! I couldn't be more pleased." —Cheryl E. Jack

    Get the two-piece set from Amazon for $33.99.

    14. A double oven mitt so the strawberry rhubarb pie you spent hoursssss preparing doesn't take a tumble when it's time to be pulled from the oven. You didn't spend all afternoon perfecting that lattice for nothing...

    gif of a model pulling a pie from the oven using the blue gingham oven mitt

    Promising review: "This is so attractive hanging on my oven door and so handy. It works beautifully! And it's so handy! Love it!" —Food52 Reviewer

    Get it from Food52 for $57+ (available in six colors/prints).

    15. An upcycled denim apron you can throw on before taking to the kitchen to cook up your famous coq au vin. That, or you can wear it as you unbox/carve the rotisserie chicken you picked up Whole Foods so no juices get on your outfit. 

    front view of a model wearing the striped apron
    back view of a different model showing the crossback design

    Promising review: "I am very happy with this apron. I wanted a crossback for coverage and comfort, and while it may be a bit comical to initially put on, once it's on, it is the best! It covers much more clothing than the typical apron, it is extremely thick, and since it's a crossback, it doesn't pull on your neck. Although I realize not everyone would prefer the crossback style, I love it and would highly recommend." —Heather S.

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99 (available in two colors).

    16. A brass sconce with a delicate pea shoot design that — for the first week, at least — will have you staring up at the ceiling in awe. 

    the white ceramic sconce with a floral pattern
    Shades of Light

    Get it from Shades Of Light for $235 (available in four designs).

    17. A floral recipe box where you can stow the top secret water-stained scraps of paper that have been passed down from generation to generation in your family. Don't tell anyone — but I'm pretty sure Grandma actually stole "her" chocolate chip cookie recipe from the neighbor. 

    a reviewer holding the white and blue box
    a different reviewer's lemon-print box

    Promising review: "Cute and attractive recipe card holder. It holds several hundred 4x6-inch recipe cards. It helps keep my recipes organized while adding nicely to the kitchen decor." —Sonja in Idaho

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99 (available in six designs).

    18. An old-school flour sifter if you picked up Claire Saffitz's Dessert Person and are dedicated to doing her recipes justice. 

    a model scooping flour into the flour sifter

    Promising review: "One of my fondest memories is hanging out in a warm kitchen while my grandmother bustled about making a big family meal. I got to help stir, fetch ingredients, lick spoons, and, if I was lucky, sift the flour for her homemade bread. Five-year-old me was enthralled by the skritch skritch skritch of the wire scraping across the mesh, and I dutifully cranked the soft flour into the bowl. Fast-forward *cough* years later. I inherited most of my grandmother’s kitchenware, and set about recreating that warm kitchen experience for my own children. I got out the big stand mixer, the rolling pin, the trays. Alas, the old sifter had given its all to the cause. The knob was missing, the mesh pushed out of shape, the sides scratched and dented. I searched the listings. When I saw the Bellemain Flour Sifter, the spitting image of my grandmother’s, five-year-old me couldn’t click 'Add to Cart' fast enough. I have baked all kinds of treats since its arrival. It effortlessly sifts ingredients with that same nostalgic skritch skritch skritch. It sits right next to the mixer, ready to go when inspiration strikes. My kids argue over whose turn it is to help. And my grandmother’s old sifter? It sits on top of the pantry with the antique mortar and pestle and wire-side Ball jars, looking down — I like to think — with pride." —Famishus

    Get it from Amazon for $10.50.

    19. An adorable lil' rattan mushroom basket where you can stow away kitchen linens. Imo it wouldn't hurt to get a second one so you can use one for throws in the living room, too. 

    the woven mushroom basket
    Burke Decor

    Burke Decor is a small boutique home shop with locations in Los Angeles and Ohio. 

    Get it from Burke Decor for $120.

    20. A set of mix-and-match teacups from which you can daintily sip your Oolong as if you're at a fancy garden party and not in your Dorito-crumb-strewn bed.  

    four blue and white teacups and saucers

    PS: These are *actual* vintage finds from The Brooklyn Teacup! So no two sets are alike. 

    Get the set of four mixed teacups and saucers from Food52 for $150.

    21. And a delicate cream and sugar pot set to go with said teacups because caffeine without a few add-ins? I don't know her. 

    the floral cream and sugar pots

    Promising review: "I just love these. Classic pattern and colors. Definitely not your generic, run-of-the-mill sugar and creamer set. They arrived in a sturdy, protective packaging and were in perfect condition." —Danielle

    Get the two-piece set from Amazon for $26.99.

    22. A pastel KitchenAid mixer just begging you to try your hand at every Christina Tosi creation. Imagine a world in which you perfect Milk Bar's signature birthday cake and you can eat it whenever you want. 🍰 🤤

    the pistachio-colored mixer
    Crate & Barrel

    What's included: A 5-quart stainless steel mixing bowl, flat beater, wire whip, clear two-piece pouring shield, and spiral dough hook

    Promising review: "My 32-year-old KitchenAid mixer is still working but I’ve been watching for a 5-quart bowl in a serene blue and finally found it at Crate & Barrel. I love the color, the polished finish on the bowl, and the non-stick finish on the paddle and whisk. It works great of course — as evidenced by the cinnamon rolls I made from my first KitchenAid’s cookbook. A seamless transition of traditions." —Dorothy

    Get it from Crate & Barrel for $399.99 (available in 18 colors).

    23. A double-decker bread box with room for the focaccia, sourdough, and ciabatta loaves you've been working on perfecting for months now. 

    a model pulling a loaf of bread out of the bottom of the bread box

    Promising review: "I am beyond pleased with this purchase for my kitchen upgrade! I will admit when the box showed up and I realized I had to assemble it myself I was ready to return it...But I waited and checked how easy it was to assemble. It even came with a really nice screw driver! It took my boyfriend about 10 minutes to assemble as he was watching football. (So it probably takes less time). It looks so clean and fresh. I fell in love before I even used it. I used to have a giant pile of bread, bagels, muffins, and then the usual breakfast boxes of quick grab-and-go meals and oatmeal. *Yes; it looked as bad as it sounds. (#momlife)* Now this beautiful box holds EVERYTHING PLUS!!!! Currently we have two brand new loaves of bread and a half pack if hoagie rolls in the bottom box. The top box has oatmeal and two boxes of breakfast snack bars stacked; plus a ton of extra room in front of the boxes!! This is far more than a bread box — it's a counter saver!!!!" —Squats4Cookies

    Get it from Amazon for $54.94.

    24. An adorable mushroom nightlight, because no matter your age, the dark can be a scary thing — especially when you're stealthily sneaking into the kitchen to grab a midnight snack. 

    a reviewer's mushroom nightlight plugged into an outlet
    a different reviewer's illuminated nightlight

    Promising review: "I'm obsessed with this little mushroom nightlight!! It fits so perfectly with my cottagecore/chic décor. The price is so reasonable that I will be buying extras as gifts. The motion sensor works wonders and it's actually brighter than I expected it to be. The little mushrooms change color which was a nice surprise. Overall I am very happy with this purchase and would definitely recommend to anyone looking!" —Brooklyn Shay

    Get it from Amazon for $5.98.

    25. A macrame envelope where you can store snail mail, BB&B coupons, and/or your secret stash of Reese's eggs if other members of your household aren't to be trusted.

    the cream-colored macrame envelope holder holding a few cards
    Aloe Painted Pots / Etsy

    Aloe Painted Pots is a Minneapolis-based shop that sells exactly what you'd expect — hand-painted terra-cotta pots and macrame plant hangers.

    Get it from Aloe Painted Pots for $34.

    26. A set of gold measuring cups and spoons that won't melt when oops! you accidentally leave them too close to the stove. They'll also develop a slight patina overtime that'll just add to their cottage-y aesthetic. 

    The stainless steel measuring cups in gold
    The stainless steel measuring spoons in gold

    What's included: Stainless steel 1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/4 cup, 1 tablespoon, 1 teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon, and 1/4 teaspoon.

    Promising review: "These are so beautiful and just as pictured. The quality is great. Very sturdy. I absolutely love them." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $20.99+ (available in 8- and 10-piece sets and three colors).