Collection by Diana Budds

Colorful Kitchen Accessories for Under $100


Adding a splash to your kitchen needn't break the bank.

The bright yellow cookie stamp comes with interchangeable numbers, letters, and symbols.
Leave it to the Danes to create an enamel pot just as desirable now as when it was launched in 1956.
Few things are more disappointing that pouring a cup of Joe only to find it's tepid instead of piping hot.
Shown in Citron, Chilewich's utility mats are just what the kitchen ordered: vibrant, easy-to-clean, made in the USA,...
Designed by the Dutch duo Scholten & Baijings, the Color Glass collection boasts a subtle gradient and geometric motif.
If a dim breakfast nook or counter has you down, add a bit of light overhead.
With primary colors and a classic shape, this pot is a throwback to childhood tea parties with a grown-up sensibility.
Delightfully simple, yet wonderfully functional, the rainbow-hued trivet offers an attractive way to protect tabletops...
Made from a linen and cotton blend, the tea towel owns a chill retro vibe thanks to its bold graphics.
This set of napkins will make your next happy hour feel downright gleeful.
L.A.-based designer Gere Kavanaugh is now in her eighties and is still creating new pieces, like these minimalist...
Delightfully tactile, Tina Frey's Striped square vessels will add a dose of counter appeal.
Umbra Shift's Knob grinder has you covered when it comes to your spices and pepper.
The cotton placemat features a hand-printed pattern.

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