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10 Gorgeous Kitchen Items You Can Find at Walmart

You’ll be surprised by these pretty kitchen goods from Walmart! Elegant, trendy, and affordable, they'll have you ready to make a trip today.

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Mixing BowlsWalmart/Mainstays

Why Walmart

While Walmart is targeting a more upscale audience with a new home line, they’re staying true to their roots with inexpensive and high-quality goods. We pulled together ten of their prettiest current items available that you’ll definitely want to grab soon. Learn what the bestselling Walmart product in every state is.

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Measuring cupsvia Walmart/The Pioneer Woman

Pretty measuring cups

You might know Ree Drummond as The Pioneer Woman from her Food Network show, but she has several other business ventures as well, including cookbooks and an adorable line of kitchen goods and homewares available at Walmart, including this 5-piece prep set ($14.86) that will have you ready to bake something decadent. Check out these secret uses for ordinary kitchen gadgets.

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Knivesvia Walmart/Cambridge Silversmiths

Trendy tools

Elevate your everyday tools with this trendy copper-colored knife set ($29.99)These durable knives will work wonders when prepping for any party while adding a bit of panache to your presentation.

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Mortar and pestlevia Walmart/Le Creuset

Le Creuset mortar and pestle

While they might seem a little pricey for Walmart, Le Creuset products are tried-and-true favorites for professional chefs and home cooks alike. This ten-ounce mortar and pestle ($83.90) is perfect for everything from crushing fresh peppercorns to making a homemade pesto. Make sure you know the kitchen tools that are a waste of money

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Eclectic dinnerwarevia Walmart/Rachael Ray

Eclectic dinnerware

This sweet ikat print 16-piece dinnerware set ($39) comes to us from Rachael Ray, who has cemented herself as a household name in the cooking world. From the versatile color palette to the modern pattern, what’s not to love?

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Marble cheese slicervia Walmart/Walter Drake

Marble cheese slicer

It might seem a little silly, but a marble cheese slicer ($14.28) like this can actually be extremely useful for slicing equal pieces of artisan cheese for sandwiches and snacks. These are the kitchen gadgets you should really be buying at restaurant supply stores.

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Mixing Bowlsvia Walmart/Mainstays

Fun mixing bowls

It can be easy to accumulate doubles of kitchen tools and essentials, so we’re all for anything that can cut down on that. This four-pack of melamine bowls ($15.99) is perfect for mixing, but also pretty enough for serving dips, chips, and more to your guests.

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Drink dispenservia Walmart/Gibson

Drink dispenser

Save counter space and clean-up time with this stackable glass drink dispenser ($17.42), perfect for summer parties indoors and outdoors for serving up some of your favorite refreshing cocktails and drinks. Maybe get a second for the kids’ table so there’s no mix-up between drinks!

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Marble cutting boardvia Walmart/Trisha Yearwood

Marble cutting boards

Another Food Network star turned entrepreneur is Trisha Yearwood, who also has a line of homewares and kitchen goods with Walmart. This marble and wood cutting board ($44) is imprinted with a songbird motif, and will dazzle your guests when topped with cheese, crackers, and accompaniments. These are the inexpensive kitchen gadgets pros use at home.

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Tropical shakervia Walmart/Better Homes & Gardens

Tropical cocktail shaker

Shake up your bar cart and add this show-stopping copper-plated pineapple cocktail shaker ($12.84) for the perfect mixed mojitos and cocktails all year round. This would also make the perfect housewarming gift for a friend alongside your favorite bottle of liquor.

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Cake Boss Decorating Tools 26 Piece Stainless Steel Alphabetvia Walmart/Catan

Cake decorating gear

Bake your next cake like a boss with Cake Boss’s 26-piece cookie and fondant cutter alphabet set ($10.34), perfect for adding a personalized touch to your next cake, cupcakes, or batch of cookies. Check out these clever substitutes for everyday kitchen tools.

Originally Published on Taste of Home