Check out our guide to the best kitchen gadgets and kitchen accessories to ensure you have the best kitchen design...



Porcelain plate. Boiled, fried or scrambled, use this quirky plate for your next plate of eggs. £25,

A pale blue plate with a painting of a fried egg on top

Stoneware cafetiere. Brew your coffee in ultra violet style. £57,

A long stoneware coffee pot in the colour of ultra violet

Bake and ovenware

Cast-iron casserole. Le Creuset’s new collection features this smouldering volcanic shade of orange in a shallow 26cm casserole. Pretty enough to take straight from oven to table. £235,

Le Creuset volcanic shallow casserole dish

Le Creuset casserole dish. We smartened-up our koji roast chicken in the March issue with Le Creuset’s latest colour, rosemary. Make your food look even more appealing and serve straight to the table. From £159,



Mixed coast four-pack napkins. These chic monochrome napkins are screen-printed by hand and 10% of all profit made on them goes to the Happy & Co Farm in Cambodia. £20,

Lara linen apron. Made with 100% linen, this apron is super soft, primed for spillages, and you can buy matching tea towels, all in a range of colours. £29.99,

Scholten & Baijings for Hay tea towel set. We’re dotty about this set… get it? £18,

Freesia Yellow Chevron Zigzag kitchen towel. Because if you’re landed with the drying up, you’ll need something jazzy to cheer you up. £11.85 each,

Usva napkins. These delicate linen napkins are as chic as they are practical – and will complement most neutral table schemes. £10 each,

Lapuan Kankurit Usva napkins

Lobster cotton tea towel. Add some colour to your kitchen with a lobster or two. Ulster Weavers have specialised in textiles since 1880, so its 100% cotton tea towels are worth snapping up. £6.50,

Lobster cotton tea towel.

Black organic cotton apron. Get on message (Virginia Woolf’s in this case) with this smart chalkboard-style apron. £29, Black Apron

Gadgets and equipment

Krups. Easy to use, with burr grinders and 17 different settings to suit every type of coffee maker, this electric machine also has a cup capacity selector so you only grind what you need. £36,

Krups coffee grinder

Kitchen Aid stand mixer. Brighten up your kitchen with the freshness of spring with KitchenAid’s green apple stand mixer. £549.95,

John Lewis KitchenAid Green Apple £549.95

Porlex. A firm favourite among coffee aficionados, this stainless steel, Japanese-made grinder features replaceable ceramic burrs and a simple mechanism that allows you to easily tweak the grind size to suit your brewing style. It’s also small enough to fit inside an Aeropress, if you’re short on storage. £43,

Porlex coffee grinder


Forager’s calendar. Learn what’s in season, where to find it and how to use it in your cooking. £9.37,

A book cover has a colourful illustrative drawing of two people walking through a forest. The colours on the cover are red, green and brown and there are drawings of trees and plants

Breakfast cookbook. Shake up your mornings with cardamom buns, green banana porridge and roti prata. £24.99,

A pale blue cookbook cover with the word BREAKFAST written on it yellow


Bamboo forks.Take these eco-friendly eating irons on your next outing for a picture-perfect picnic spread. They’re made from sturdy bamboo so you can pop them in the dishwasher after. £7.74 for a set of six,

Bamboo forks - set of 6

Barking side plate. Because what else would you want to serve your morning sausage sarnie from? £32 (set of four),

Miko the Panda bowl. This sweet bowl is made from sustainable bamboo. £3.95,

Miko the Panda Bowl


Retro prints. Splash burgers, spaghetti and sushi across your walls. £23.95,

Three food prints in black frames hang on a wall. One is a print of a burger, the next is a bowl of spaghetti and the final one is a sushi roll

Daisy Dining Chair Yellow. A classic design in a very on trend pastel palette. £39,

Alto Saffron Yellow Kitchen Bin 32L. One person’s trash (can) is another person’s treasure. £30,

Nomad Society Banana Pancakes candle. Light up one of these small-batch soy wax candles and tell your other half exactly what you fancy for brunch. From £15,

Nomad Society Banana pancakes candle


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Ellie EdwardsEditorial assistant and digital writer

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