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. $15 from shop.walkerart.org.
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. $20 from usstore.
This set of napkins will make your next happy hour feel downright gleeful. $20 from momastore.com.
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. $50–80 from store.dwell.com.
Umbra Shift's Knob grinder has you covered when it comes to your spices and pepper. $60 from umbrashift.com.
The cotton placemat features a hand-printed pattern. $12 from unisonhome.com.