25 Super-Luxe Looking Kitchen Finds Under $25

25 Super-Luxe Looking Kitchen Finds Under $25

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Nancy Mitchell
Mar 19, 2018
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I'm a big fan of little indulgences — things that give you that exciting thrill of newness without the guilt of having spent too much. Last week, I rounded up a series of budget-friendly finds for the bedroom, and this week I'm turning my attention to the kitchen. All of these things are lovely and luxurious, lending a touch of style to your space — and the best part is, they all cost less than $25.

Arella Kitchen Utensils at Anthropologie, $15 each

Available in a slatted spoon, solid spoon, spatula, pasta fork, ladle and skimming ladle, hang these on a pot rail to give your kitchen an extra dose of shine.

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Enamel Catchall Tray at Leif Shop, $17

This enamel tray would be a lovely home for salt, pepper, a bulb of garlic — countertop essentials you'd like to have within easy reach but still want to keep looking neat.

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Hanging Marble Cheese Board at Anthropologie, $25

This marble board will look equally nice displaying delectable cheeses as it would hanging on your kitchen wall when not in use.

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Gold-plated Paper Towel Holder at Target, $10

Can a paper towel holder be beautiful? Turns out, yes (beautiful and practical, too).

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Blue & Gold Open Baking Dish at Target $13

Looks like a funky vintage find — pretty enough to elevate your Brussels sprouts, casserole or whatever you decide to make in there.

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Glass Storage Canister with wood lid - Extra Small at Target, $9

A storage jar that's nice enough to leave out on the countertop — and at this price, you can afford to buy more than one. (These jars also come in lots of other sizes.)

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Monochrome Weave Hand Towel at Leif Shop, $20

Add a little graphic style to your kitchen with a machine washable, cotton addition. The fringe injects an extra sense of playfulness.

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Large Colored Double-wall Borosilicate Glass Mug at Zara Home, $20

The prettiest mug for drinking coffee or tea, in pink or green. The double wall keeps the mug from getting too hot to hold.

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Marble Rolling Pin with Wood Handles at Target, $15

Nice enough to leave out on the counter even when you're not using it.

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Carbonized Ash Bottle Opener at Target, $5

An extra bottle opener is handy to have — and this one looks good, too.

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Artisa Sugar Pot at Anthropologie, $20

Out of cupboard space? You won't mind letting this one take up permanent counter space, either. There's also a creamer and teapot (although the teapot does not quite meet the under-$25 requirement).

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Glass Wine Decanter 1.5L at Target, $15

Elevate your wine game for less than the price of a bottle of wine.

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Brushed Gold Garlic Press, $8

Save time peeling garlic and beautify your kitchen, too.

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Sketchwork Ceramic Jar at Leif Shop, $20

It's usually hard to get excited about kitchen storage, but this is a definite exception.

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Round Glass Cake Stand at Target, $12

Use a cake stand as a catchall for items on the countertop, or, you know, for a cake.

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Graham Stainless Steel Gold Silverware Collection at Target, $2 a piece

Gold flatware is very stylish, and at $2 apiece, the price for this set is hard to beat.

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Oil Slick Reactive Luster Teapot at CB2, $11

Iridescence is very big right now, and this piece comes at a reasonable price.

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Wink Bottle Opener at CB2, $20

Another bottle opener you won't mind leaving out.

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Wavy Clear Borosilicate Glass Sugar Bowl at Zara Home, $18

This sugar bowl has a luxurious, old-fashioned charm.

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Measuring Spoon Set at Target, $5

Who knew measuring spoons could be display-worthy, too?

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Measuring Cup Set at Target, $6

And a set of measuring cups to match.

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Black Ceramic French Press Coffee Maker, at World Market, $25

This matte black ceramic coffee maker would be a beautiful addition to a minimal kitchen.

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White Smiley Dustpan With Broom at World Market, $17

This happy little dustpan could maybe make cleanup a little more pleasant (we said maybe).

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Gold Whisk at World Market, $8

This gold-hued whisk will add a little elegance to your kitchen proceedings.

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Turquoise Enamel Saucepan at World Market, $7

Add a pop of color to your regular pots and pans.

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