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8 easy ways to upgrade your kitchen

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Want to upgrade your kitchen, but don’t have the money (or patience or time) to swap out the backsplash and splurge on marble counters? Here’s a thought: you could upgrade your everyday appliances and oft-used decor instead. Here are eight ways to give your kitchen some love without literally tearing down the walls.

Lodge Pre-Seasoned Skillet
Every kitchen needs a cast iron pan and this one is pre-seasoned, so it’s no fuss. It’s also versatile, sturdy and will make all your meals delicious.
$14, amazon.com

OXO 3-Blade Tabletop Spiralizer
The easiest way to make good on your New Year’s Resolution to eat healthier is one of these bad boys. It’ll help you find a whole new way to eat (and love) your vegetables.
$40, amazon.com

 

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Yield Design 850mL Glass French Press
Making coffee in a french press will never not feel classy. Upgrade to all glass french press to keep it simple and give your counters some extra oomph.
$8, needsupply.com

Dash Mini Waffle Maker
True story: fixing yourself waffles on a Saturday morning is an instant mood booster. And mini waffles are even cuter. How can you resist?
$10, target.com

Googly Eye Measuring Cup Set
Googly eyes make everything better, including this super cute set of measuring cups. Amy Sedaris would certainly approve.
$24, urbanoutfitters.com

Umbra Pulse Paper Towel Holder
Paper towel holders are often too little or too much. But this copper design falls somewhere in the middle — we’d call it just right.
$15, umbra.com

Golden 13-Piece Knife Block Set
If your kitchen drawer is filled with loose knives from who-knows-where, it’s time to invest in a knife block. This black and gold set is the perfect place to start.
$100, anthropologie.com

 

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Staub Cast-Iron Round Cocotte
Reminder: There’s no such thing as too much cast-iron cookware. This chic, cherry red dutch oven will make your braising next level.
$285, williams-sonoma.com