9 Salt Cellars You Didn’t Know You Needed
A salt cellar is handy for tossing pinches of salt into dishes as you cook—but just because it's a utilitarian tool doesn't mean it can't be pretty, too!
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Le Creuset does more than create top-quality cookware. This salt crock ($36) will match the rest of your Le Creuset collection, complete with the chip-proof, crack-proof and stain-proof enamel you love (check out their new spring colors!). And since it’s made of high-fire stoneware, it’ll be a kitchen essential for years to come.
It’s easy to salt pasta the right way when it’s stored right next to the stove. Keep your salt fresh with this wood salt cellar ($15). Its lid is attached to its base, so all you have to do is swivel it open and shut, no extra accessories necessary. Plus, its acacia wood construction matches any decor.
Keep your kitchen stylish and minimalist with this chic white marble salt cellar ($13). It’s made of genuine marble, so the pattern on each one is totally unique. And since it includes a lid, your salt is always protected from everyday cooking spills and splatters.
This French salt pig ($40) is just about as top-of-the-line as you can get. It’s made of a durable, scratch-resistant glaze that’ll keep it looking fresh for years to come. The sleek design makes it easy to grab a pinch while still keeping dirt and debris out.
Simplicity is the name of the game with this stoneware salt cellar ($6). Its beige and brown color scheme matches any decor, and its aged-looking engraving adds a rustic feel to your kitchen. Plus, you can snag matching pepper, sugar and cream containers.
Add a luxe touch to your kitchen with this wood and copper salt cellar ($16). It’s made with solid mango wood and a copper plated lid to keep salt moisture-free. Plus, it’s easy to clean when a mess is made.
For the cook who seems to have everything, this herringbone salt cellar ($50) makes an impeccable gift. Its pattern is carved by hand using a traditional method called sgraffito. Despite its delicate look, it’s microwave- and dishwasher-safe.