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The 10 Best Places to Buy Affordable Kitchen Gadgets Online

If you want must-have kitchen gadgets, we've got you covered! Here are the 10 best spots to online shop.

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Cost Plus World Market kitchen pots and pansFacebook / Cost Plus World Market

World Market

World Market has pretty much every kitchen gadget imaginable, from the standard to the surprising. You can buy literally anything, like colorful pots and pans or zombie-shaped popsicle molds for your next pool party. It’s a budget-friendly spot, too—so look for beautiful things at a nice price.

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Christmas Tree Shops andThat! apple pie bakeware and toolsInstagram / Christmas Tree Shops andThat!

Christmas Tree Shops andThat!

For cheap kitchen gear, Christmas Tree Shops andThat! have hard-to-beat prices. You can pick up a pineapple drink dispenser for $10 or sip from a set of flamingo drink glasses for $12. The clearance has kitchen gadgets and décor starting at less than $5, too.

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Everything Kitchens farmhouse style decor Facebook / Everything Kitchens

Everything Kitchens

Everything Kitchens is just that—everything for your kitchen. It offers all sorts of bakeware, kitchen tools and small appliances, including stainless steel juicers. (Perfect for when you’re making fresh-squeezed OJ for brunch!)

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Bed Bath and Beyond kitchen gadgets in various colorsFacebook / Bed Bath & Beyond

Bed Bath and Beyond

Bed Bath and Beyond offers almost everything you need for your home, which means it has an ample selection of kitchen items. Small appliances, fun drinkware, dinner sets, storage containers and more give you nearly everything you need to plan the perfect dinner party.

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UncommonGoods pie spreadFacebook / UncommonGoods

Uncommon Goods

If you’re looking for beyond-the-ordinary kitchenware, UncommonGoods has it. It’s the type of store that stocks everything you never knew you needed, including America-shaped cheese boards and dinosaur salt and pepper shakers. Some items are bizarre while others are more reserved, but there’s something for everyone at this home décor site.

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The Container Store kitchen storage ideasFacebook / The Container Store

The Container Store

When it comes to kitchen storage, The Container Store has everything you could want—and then some. You can buy rolling kitchen islands perfect for small kitchens, plus storage options for your pantry, cupboards and even inside the refrigerator.

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Wayfair cottage style breakfast nookFacebook / Wayfair

Wayfair

Wayfair is a popular website that offers everything home décor, including an extensive kitchen section. Their products can be extremely affordable, and the site has a massive inventory. You can furnish your whole kitchen without having to look anywhere else!

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Crate and Barrel bakeware in bright colorsFacebook / Crate and Barrel

Crate + Barrel

Crate + Barrel offers high-end home products with plenty of kitchen gear. Most cookware sets are hundreds of dollars, but you can find some high-quality pots and pans in the clearance section for a fraction of their original cost. Scope out the sales for top-notch brands at bargain prices.

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Williams Sonoma toaster oven with nachos and beerFacebook / Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma is an exclusively kitchen-centric store. Like Crate + Barrel, it offers high-quality products. Though it’s easy to spend more than $100 on a single pan, it’s worth exploring the bargain clearance options to find something before your next get-together!

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Fishs Eddy drinkware and kitchen decorFacebook / Fishs Eddy

Fishs Eddy

Fishs Eddy is a store dedicated to kitchen stuff. It offers unique odds n’ ends, such as vintage-inspired pastel cake stands and a cheese tray shaped like an artist’s palette. (Here’s what every cheese board needs!) The store has a line of “Original” pieces, too, which highlight unique designs and are often made in America.

Julia Mullaney
Julia Mullaney is a writer, blogger and self-proclaimed macaroni and cheese connoisseur based in New Jersey. She is currently a health & fitness writer for Cheat Sheet and previously worked as the editorial manager of Edible Jersey Magazine. Her work has been published in Rachael Ray Every Day, Art Quench, RMagazine and Edible Jersey. She is the author of Man, you can Cook!, a cookbook full of simple recipes for men who consider the kitchen to be uncharted land. In her spare time, she also runs a food blog full of original, easy recipes. Chow down at simplydeliciousblog.com or on Instagram at @simplydeliciousblogger.
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