31 Kitchen Products From Target That Are Not Only Effective, But Incredibly Pretty
These items are so beautiful, you’ll be cooking more often just to admire them.
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A beautiful stoneware mug that’ll keep your coffees and teas nice and warm. Plus, it’s dishwasher- *and* microwave-safe, even with its gorgeous colorful designs. You really can have it all.
Promising review: “I love this mug! It is as colorful as it is listed on here. This mug is thick and solid enough, doesn’t feel flimsy. I highly recommend. Pricing is perfect, too.” —Toi
A 10-piece spatula set with colorful heads you don’t often see in kitchens. They’re also made with durable bamboo and heat-resistant silicone, so you don’t scratch and damage your nonstick pans.
Promising review: “They do not disappoint, and at such a low cost, it is a steal. The wooden ones are thick and feel sturdy, not flimsy at all. The silicone is thick, and they work very well. Overall a great purchase.” —Elaine8a
A turquoise retro toaster so pretty, you’ll be taking pics for Instagram. It may look vintage, but it’s certainly built for a modern kitchen.
It has four extra wide slots, six heat settings, and a removable crumb tray.
A ceramic rhino cookie jar that’s so unique and pretty, it could be mistaken for a decorative statement piece. This is definitely a better alternative to storing your sweets in plastic containers, which aren’t nearly as attractive to look at.
Promising review: “Smaller than anticipated, but I love it! Packed full of mini raisin boxes and mini granola and Lara bars, this makes my child go for a healthy snack just to reach inside the rhino!” —Amanda
A charming sugar cellar for keeping your sugar well preserved and not clumped together when left open and exposed to air. Made with a white stoneware base and air-tight wooden lid, it has the looks to be a decorative piece to your kitchenware.
Promising review: “LOVE it! The suction lid is great, and the overall design is so clean and simple. Goes with any style of home decor. Plus, it keeps the sugar at a convenient spot near the stovetop when you’re cooking, so you don’t have to go digging into the sugar bag.” —Yuzu
A spoon rest to place your kitchen utensils after you cook. This’ll keep drippings off countertops and plastic spatulas off hot pans that’ll melt if left for too long. Plus, it’s so cute, it won’t look like clutter when you have it out.
Promising review: “I love my spoon rest. It’s larger than I expected and big enough to hold my small spoons and large cooking utensils. I also use it to steep my tea. If I want a quick snack, I can use it to hold that as well. I purchased two of these, and I’m thankful I did.” —Kay
A blue coffee pot that’ll give your kitchen cabin vibes while heating a strong cup of joe. It’s so pleasing to look at, you’ll find yourself staring at it.
It holds 8 ounces, has steel edges to prevent chipping, and includes a percolator stem and basket.
A chopping board, which you can use for slicing and dicing but that’s also beautiful enough to feature as a charcuterie tray.
Promising review: “I have this in my kitchen on my counter. I keep it in the corner with my oils and cookbooks on it, and it’s just beautiful. I have used it many times to serve cheeses and meats, but even if you just use it for looks or decoration, it’s gorgeous. It’s a good size, and it’s thick too, which makes it even prettier. I definitely recommend.” —Matison Baker
Price: $34.99 (available in two sizes)
A marble and acacia cake stand that’ll showcase and complement your beautiful bakes. With its modernist style, it’ll look great in any kitchen as a decorative piece when not in use. (Just make sure to place your bakes on a cake board to best preserve the marble.)
Promising review: “I love this cake stand! It is as beautiful as it is sturdy. When I am not using it for cakes, I use it to collect whatever fresh fruit I am leaving on my counter.” —Paul D.
A two-piece set of easy-on-the-eyes cast iron and Dutch oven by Rachael Ray, for creating a variety of your favorite dishes, from casserole to burgers, bacon to chili. Plus, the blue finish is definitely a nice touch.
Plus, this has an enamel surface inside and out, so you don’t need to pre-season when you clean it!
A gorgeous coffee maker that’s so pleasing, you can’t help but make *more* coffee than usual, just so you can stand close and admire it.
Not only is this model attractive, but it also has helpful features, like automatic shut off after two hours, in case you left it on before leaving for work AGAIN. It can also delay brewing, keep your coffee warm, and give you options for how strong you want your coffee to be.
Price: $99.99 (originally $138.99)
A turquoise cutlery set, because you’re tired of the average, boring ones with black handles. If these are going to be sitting out on your countertop, they might as well look cute.
Their blades are rust-resistant stainless steel, and the set comes with a wood block for safe keeping.
A skid-resistant kitchen mat that’ll keep your feet nice and cushy while you wash the dishes. Plus, its vibrant yellow prints will add a splash of color to your kitchen floor.
Promising review: “This is the perfect runner rug for our kitchen. Very good quality and the perfect size. If you are looking to brighten up your kitchen or hallway, this is the rug for you!” —Radiochick
Price: $12.99 (available in four sizes)
An elegant bamboo cutlery organizer, which is an effective (and stylish) solution to keeping your spoons, forks, and knives separated. It’s even expandable, just in case you need an extra compartment.
When not expanded, this tray has six compartments. When it’s fully opened, you get eight usable space that can fit eating utensils. They’re even big enough to fit a spatula or two.
A pair of ceramic nonstick pans in a turquoise color so cheery, they’ll brighten your cooking sessions. And here’s the best part: They’re dishwasher-safe. Brava!
Promising review: “I am a very picky person when it comes to pots and pans, and I NEVER purchase cheap pans. After doing a lot of research on nonstick pans, I found this Green Pan kept coming up as one of the best and safest pans you can cook on, so I decided to purchase and I have no regrets. I highly recommend these pans. They cook great, and clean up is easy peasy. I will be purchasing more pieces in the future.” —G1216
Price: $35.99 (originally $39.99)
A set of three plastic mixing bowls that are stylish yet functional. They have measurement markings inside, a handle, a nozzle for pouring without spilling all over the place, *and* they’re dishwasher-safe, which is a must-have for modern kitchens.
Promising review: “I was surprised at how well made and stylish they are! They have a small handle to help when pouring or mixing. The pour spout is a great addition, and my favorite part is the bottom! The bottom doesn’t slip when mixing ingredients. Cleanup is a breeze, as you can quickly hand-wash them or toss them in the dishwasher. These bowls didn’t stain at all! I would recommend these for any household.” —LP
A super cute mini waffle maker that’s not only lovely to look at but also creates heart-shaped waffles that are just *too* adorable to eat. Also, the inside is nonstick, so you don’t have trouble prying your waffles out of the pan.
Promising review: “Amazing! This gets hot really fast. I actually made brownies with brownie mix and topped with ice cream! This little waffle maker is everything.” —Nina
A pair of salt and pepper shakers that’ll add an eye-catching bohemian flair to your kitchenware. Because they’re attractive to look at, you can’t help admiring them when you season your eggs.
Promising review: “Love these salt and pepper shakers! The pattern is great and you can’t beat the price.” —Vjc
An adorable seven-count egg cooker for making omelets and hard-boiled, soft-boiled, and poached eggs. It comes with an auto shut-off function, to prevent overcooking. It’s certainly an ~egg~celent invention.
Promising review: “Hold the phone! Where has this gadget been in all my life??? In my first attempt, all seven eggs peeled off perfectly! I cooked the remaining five eggs, and those peeled perfectly, too. OMG! I love this thing so far!” —Chicagosun
Price: $16.99 (available in black)
A four pack of gypsum coasters to protect your wood tables from ring stains. Plus, they have colorful “happy camper” prints that’ll lift your spirits just to look at.
Each coaster is finished with a cork bottom to better protect your tables from both hot and cold beverages and to prevent it from slipping around on surfaces.
A beautiful stained acacia spice rack that’s a classier alternative to plastic racks but just as functional. In fact, it’ll keep your countertops organized, fitting around five spice bottles on each row.
Promising review: “Great little shelf. They will fit five standard glass McCormick spices per row. Very pleased. We’re in the middle of a kitchen remodel. Soon the shelves will be white, and I think these will look great in contrast!” —Gabby
A retro microwave with modern features, including five heating levels and defrosting, reheating, and cooking functions. With a clean design so unique and pleasing, you’ll be visiting the kitchen more often just to marvel at it.
This microwave oven includes a 10.5-inch round glass turn table and rotating axis for even heating.
A 16-piece dinnerware set so beautiful, you’d be surprised by how durable they are. They’re sturdy enough to stay pretty after daily handling, hand-washing, a cycle in the dishwasher, and a turn in the microwave. The set comes in four dinner plates, bowls, salad plates, and mugs.
Promising review: “This dinnerware set is beautiful. Have had it for six years, and it has held up wonderfully. They look handmade with all their unique color variations. Just enough difference so that they don’t look like exact replicas stamped out in a factory. I would say they look fantastic to be going on seven years old.” —Vanessa
An eight-bottle wine rack that’ll keep your wine collection organized but could also function as a decorative piece to bar carts, kitchen islands, or countertops.
Promising review: “The acacia wood is beautiful and the rack is well constructed. It provides a unique way to display and organize bottles on my desk with easy access. The open cubbies on top can accommodate wider girth champagne bottles.” —Anicab
A set of four glass bowls with colorful rubber lids, because even your containers can be pleasing to the eye. Yes, you *can* have both beauty and function.
Promising review: “I’ve wanted to replace my ugly plastic mixing bowls for a while, and these are such a great deal. You can microwave them, dishwasher them, put them in the oven, and the lids (which fit really tightly) let you store things in them without having to transfer to a separate dish. They nest together really nicely, which is great for storage.” —Ohmyskye
A mortar and pestle set that’s great for crushing herbs. Made of solid granite, it’s not only appealing to the touch but also to the eyes. You can’t help staring at this beauty.
Promising review: “Exactly what I was looking for. Great quality. Real stone. Heavy. Very thick walls. Could fit a baseball in it just about perfectly. Looks cool. No complaints. After all, it’s a bowl and thick stick made from stone. How bad could it be?” —Apollo
A paper towel holder, because even the most unassuming of kitchen items can be made into a stylish piece. With a wooden holder and a marble base, this little thing will add a classic look to your countertop.
Promising review: “It’s beautiful and sturdy but most importantly, it’s functional. I can tear off a paper towel with one hand and the holder doesn’t budge. Definitely worth the price.” —AER
A KitchenAid hand mixer, so you don’t have to whip meringue until your hand cramps. This has five mixing speeds for whipping, mixing, and beating. Plus, it has a beautiful turquoise finish, so it can rest pretty on your countertop.
Promising review: “Love this mixer! Works really great and have had no issues with it! A lot of options for speed, so it has the speed you need. The fun colors are an added bonus and makes baking even more fun. Washing is pretty easy and straightforward.” —Sarah
A pair of two charming towels, because if you want your kitchen to look like an episode from Fixer Upper, every item needs to be ~beautiful~. These are thick and soft, so they’re perfect for drying your hands *and* your dishes.
Promising review: “These are nice and thick but do not stay damp the entire day after one use. I enjoy that they actually dry dishes and not just wipe the water droplets away, leaving streaks. I love how soft they are, perfect for drying hands. I have washed them once, and they held up fine for me. I think the quality matches the price, and I would purchase again.” —LLS13
Price: $5.99 (available in gray)
A super cute cookbook basket that you’ll be sooo proud to show off to your mom over Zoom. Finally, you have a place to store all of the family recipes that would otherwise just clutter your kitchen.
Make sure to spot clean when it gets dirty, so the material lasts longer.
A pair of lovely oven mitts that’ll do a great job of protecting your hands when you’re handling hot pans. Since they’re pleasing to the eye, you won’t mind leaving them to hang by the stove.
Thanks to its silicone lining, these mitts are slip-resistant, which is exactly what you need when you’re handling hot pans. You don’t want those slipping out of your grasp, after all.
Price: $15.99 (available in six colors)
You staring at your beautiful kitchen items, mesmerized.
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