I Love Home Shopping, and These Are the 18 Kitchen Items I'm Drooling Over This August
August is hands down my favorite month of summer. The summer vibes are strong, but I can feel fall just around the corner, and both get me in the mood to nest and entertain all at the same time. Right now, I'm loving having people over and cooking. The more I spend time in my kitchen, the more I want to buy for it. Luckily, I'm a pro shopper and my wish list is never-ending.
Because I can't buy it all, I curated a list to share, just in case you're looking for a little shopping inspiration. Whether you're dreaming of buying the perfect nonstick pan, an ice-cream maker, or just pretty new wine glasses, these finds will just brighten up your day. Take a look.
A Minimal Kettle: Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Steel Stovetop Tea Kettle
If you're into minimal designs, then you'll love the Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Steel Stovetop Tea Kettle ($35). It'll look good sitting on your stovetop.
A Useful Trash Can: Joseph Joseph Totem Waste Separation Bin
Being more mindful about your trash can actually be hard, but the Joseph Joseph Totem Waste Separation Bin ($180-$220) is here to make it easier. The top compartment has a smaller waste bin inside for compost, making it a three-bin design. You can get it in a 40- or 60-liter size, depending on your needs.
Beautiful Wine Glasses: Estelle Colored Glass Stemless Wine Glass Set
The popular, handcrafted Estelle Colored Glass Stemless Wine Glass Set ($160) is a customer favorite. Each glass is hand-blown by glass artisans in Poland, and the set of six comes in 11 different color choices.
A Dream Coffee Maker: KitchenAid Milkshake Semi-Automatic Espresso Machine
Stop buying coffee every day and get a machine that you'll love to use. The popular KitchenAid Milkshake Semi-Automatic Espresso Machine ($400) might be a splurge, but you can make so many great drinks with it. You can choose from nine one-touch beverage selections that range from creamy coffee to decadent espresso. Plus, it'll look good sitting on your countertop.
A Chic Lazy Susan: Concrete Cat Ambrosia Lazy Susan
When you think of a lazy Susan, you're probably picturing something plastic and old-looking. The Concrete Cat Ambrosia Lazy Susan ($275) is anything but. The chic finish would actually look good sitting on your dining table. It makes for the perfect serving platter for when you have guests over.
A Delicious Olive Oil: Brightland Rosette Olive Oil
If you haven't tried Brightland yet, you're missing out. Fellow editors and I love the brand, and I can't wait to try the newest Brightland Rosette ($40) olive oil. The garlic-infused flavor is zesty, and perfect for cooking.
A Handy Kitchen Organizer: Yamazaki Home Magnet Kitchen Storage Rack
If you're running out of storage and counter space, then consider the Yamazaki Home Magnet Kitchen Storage Rack ($50). All you have to do is stick it to the side of your fridge, and it'll store your must haves, making them more easily accessible.
Plastic-Bag Replacements: Stasher Stand-Up Trio
I'm making more of an effort to eliminate plastic waste in my house. I was already a fan of Stasher bags, but the big Stand-Up Trio ($66) is so convenient. It also comes in a clear set, but I'm into the fun shades, so I can color-coordinate my things.
A Smart Oven: June Oven
If you're in the market for a toaster oven, then take it to the next level with the June Oven ($599-$999). The smart device will actually be all you need, because it acts as an air fryer, a grill, a slow cooker, a dehydrator, a toaster, a roaster, a broiler, a pizza oven, a warmer, and yes, even a convection oven. You won't need anything else but this space-saving choice.
Fun Kitchen Utensils: GIR The Very Best Tool Set
If your drawers are filled with mismatched kitchen utensils, then it's time to upgrade. Invest in the GIR The Very Best Tool Set ($40-$100, originally $52-$144). The brand offers three different sets, ranging from five to 10 pieces.
A Lid Organizer: Yamazaki Home Expandable Lid & Pan Organizer
We all know the most annoying part about having pots and pans is organizing the lids. The Yamazaki Home Expandable Lid & Pan Organizer ($40) is here to make life easier, and the expandable design will perfectly fit into your space.
Pretty Coasters: Pretti.Cool Terrazzo Coasters
Having the right coasters is always a must. I'm a firm believer that the cuter they are, the more you'll use them and prevent rings on your table. These pretty Pretti.Cool Terrazzo Coasters ($58) are at the top of my wish list right now.
An On-the-Go Mug: Fellow Carter Everywhere Mug
Now that I'm leaving the house again, so are my drinks. I prefer to use refillable cups and bottles, and my new go-to is the Fellow Carter Everywhere Mug ($30). I use it for hot drinks, and even water. The minimal aesthetic looks good, and the two sizes it comes in are ideal to fit in my bags.
A Pizza Maker: Gozney Roccbox
If you love entertaining and having pizza nights, then it might be time to invest in a proper pizza oven. The Gozney Roccbox ($499) portable outdoor pizza oven is a great choice, because you have the option to use both gas and wood with it, making it super convenient, no matter where you are.