Cost Plus World Market has a seemingly endless selection when it comes to furniture and home decor, and it turns out that its kitchen section is full of gems too. It may be a chain store, but you can find all sorts of handmade goods and stylish serving ware
. Try and resist these appealing new additions to your cookware, like a copper toaster, tiled cheeseboard, terrazzo marble pour-over coffee
setup, and more. /p>
3-Piece Bamboo Sushi Set ($8):
Making sushi at home is easy once you have the right tools. Buy this two-pack sushi kit (which includes a bamboo rolling mat, rice paddle, and chopsticks), give one to your bestie, and spend a fun day learning how to assemble your favorite maki rolls together.
Tomorrow's Kitchen Stainless Steel Coconut Opener ($10):
Opening a coconut at home, especially if you don't have a machete, is a true hassle. This little tool transforms it into a more manageable task, with one end that can tap the coconut so the liquid can be drained, and a flat, firm blade at the other end that can be used to crack the coconut open.
Batter Dispenser Pen ($10):
Become a master of Instagrammable pancake art with this batter dispenser pen.
Copper Leaf Trivet ($13):
This design combines metallic accents and tropical leaves into a trendy trivet.
Cactus And Paisley Ceramic Tea Infuser Carafe ($20):
Fill this ceramic tea infuser with your favorite tea bags, fill the canister with water, and then let steep in the fridge overnight. In the morning, you'll have a big pitcher of cold iced tea.
Copper and Gold Prep Bowls With Lids ($26):
Give your mise en place
a makeover with this set of six copper and gold bowls. If you have any ingredients left over, just pop the lid on the bowl and save it for the next meal you cook.
Blue Tile Terracotta Tagine ($30):
This gorgeous terracotta tagine makes a big decor statement. Use it to make tender, moist stews, then put it on display when it's not in use.
Turquoise Enamel Mussel Pot ($35):
Summer shellfish feasts are a breeze to cook up in this turquoise enamel mussel pot. Steam or simmer your favorites in the covered pot, then flip over the lid and use it to hold the discarded shells while you eat.
Indigo Blue Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven ($60):
Whether you're braising meats or baking bread, an enameled cast iron Dutch oven is always handy to have in your kitchen. This one is seriously affordable compared to name brands, but it's still got some flair thanks to a lovely indigo blue color and golden lid knob for contrast.
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(Photos via Cost Plus World Market)