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September 17, 2021
The Best Things On Sale This Week, From Wüsthof To West Elm
Plates, bowls, wine glasses, and more.
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If your kitchen isn’t currently as chic or functional as you’d like it to be, it’s a good time to change that. Right now, you can get discounts on some especially nice knives, plates, glassware, and more. Or, if all you need is a big mirror for checking outfits and giving yourself pep talks, there’s one of those on sale as well. Keep scrolling for the best home and kitchen deals we’ve found this week.



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Global Hollow-Edge Chef’s Knife Set

You don’t really need a full set of knives (like what you see advertised in big wooden knife blocks). A chef’s knife is the true essential, and a paring knife and bread knife will also come in handy for certain scenarios. Here, you get two out of the three, from the ever-reliable Global. Although you should know that this chef’s knife is 7 inches, as opposed to the standard 8. (Still plenty of knife.)

Get Global Hollow-Edge Chef’s Knife Set ($100, was $219) →

Wüsthof Classic Salmon Slicer, 12"

This highly specialized salmon knife is a luxury, and it would be a wonderful gift for anyone in your life who aspires to make their home more like Russ & Daughters.

Get Wüsthof Classic Salmon Slicer, 12" ($125, was $212) →

Serax Inku Stoneware Side Plates

We’re fans of these Japanese-inspired side plates from Inku. Brown isn’t necessarily our top choice, but you can’t really be picky when something that shouldn’t be on sale is 40% off.

Get Serax Set of Four Inku Stoneware Side Plates ($50, was $84) →

Pipe Standing Mirror

Standing mirrors seem to be everywhere nowadays. Or maybe we just watch too much TikTok. Either way, this one’s on sale. The trim is made from white metal pipes, and the whole thing stands 61.4 inches tall.

Get Serax Set of Four Inku Stoneware Side Plates ($190, was $229) →

Ekobo Pronto Large Handy Bowl & Colander Set

Colanders are important. And you can never have too many mixing bowls. Those might just be opinions of ours, but we’ll defend them in any public setting. With this bamboo-and-melamine set from Ekobo, you get both a colander and a mixing bowl.

Get Ekobo Pronto Large Handy Bowl & Colander Set ($23, was $39) →

Zone Denmark Watering Can

Admittedly, this watering can is pretty small (9″ tall, to be specific). But that somehow doesn’t want to make us buy it any less. You have houseplants, we have houseplants, and all of our houseplants need to be watered. This mini can will remind you to do so.

Get Zone Denmark Watering Can ($42, was $70) →

Breville Barista Express Espresso Machine

On the off chance that you’re studying to become barista from the confines of your home, here’s a machine that should help. It has a adjustable water temperature, a grinder with removable burrs, and even a little cup warming tray up top.

Get Breville Barista Express Espresso Machine ($600, was $1000) →

Horizon Stemless Glassware

Need some new stemless wine glasses? The bad news is, there are a lot of cheesy options out there. But these ones from West Elm have a rounded-yet-angular look similar to the highly coveted Zalto wine glasses. They also look pretty hard to accidentally tip over.

Get West Elm Horizon Stemless Glassware, Set of 4 ($34, was $36) →

Parallels Double Old Fashioned Glass

We know a good Old Fashioned glass when we see one. Grab a few of these, and use them for whiskey, Manhattans, and any other cocktails you might want to throw on the rocks. (The discount isn’t huge here, but shipping is free.)

Get West Elm Parallels Double Old Fashioned Glass ($11, was $12) →

Alberte Whiskey Glasses

For a more traditional look, try these equally luxurious (and slightly flared) glasses from Monday Sunday with a standard cross-hatch pattern.

Get Parallels Double Old Fashioned Glasses, Set of 2 ($14, was $16) →

Organic Dinnerware Low Bowls

Hawkins New York is one of our go-tos for everything from dishware to napkins, so grab these glossy black bowls (hand-painted in Portugal) and use them for every meal.

Get Hawkins New York Organic Dinnerware Low Bowls, Set of 4 ($101, was $112) →

Lago Pro. Air 1

Backpacking season isn’t over yet. Pick up a tent, such as this deluxe 1-person model from Snow Peak, and start planning a weekend outdoors. At just 2.5 pounds, you won’t have much trouble carrying this thing around.

Get Lago Pro. Air 1 ($450, was $500) →

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