Your kitchen is one of the areas in your home that you spend a decent amount of time in everyday. Now, since open-plan living has become the norm, it is more important than ever to have a presentable kitchen. Whilst entertaining the kitchen will often develop into hub of chatter and food preparation. I really enjoy shopping for kitchenware as there are just so many relatively cheap and beautiful things to choose from. Give your kitchen a little facelift with these under R200 bargain beauties…
Like we have mentioned a couple of times before - typography is big, and these awesome alphabet mugs are super hot! I have a weakness for funky mugs. These lovelies are available from @HOme for R19.00 each.
These gorgeous "embossed" glasses are from Poetry for R35.00 each. Dainty and nostalgic.
Interchange the embossed glasses with these Woolworths beautiful wave tumblers - R39.95 each
I love these lovely glass jars - fill them with sugar, flour and other baking ingredients and display them proudly on your kitchen counter. Mr. Price Home - go for the large jar for R79.99
This post was supposed to be "Kitchen Accessories Under R100" until I saw this beautiful stoneware salt keeper form Le Creuset for R190 on Yuppie Chef .
This gorgeous chopping board is made out of solid Kiaat. Available at Weylandts in various sizes - from R99.00. They also have a larger solid Acacia chopping board for R199.00
I adore these beautiful patterned plates from Mr. Price Home. I'm a totally sucker for paisley and in such a bold, trendy blue - I might actually go buy a set for myself! The dinner plates are R25.99 and the side plates R15.99 each
This Retro washing powder tin is available at Mr. Price Home for R99.99
I love this beautiful mix-and-match cake fork set. Cake forks can be quite collectable and an interesting assortment can be cleverly displayed for functional and decorative feature. These pretties are also form Mr. Price Home @ R129.99
This cute teapot-shaped teabag holder is from Quirky Me for 60 Bucks. Isn't it just adorable? You can also keep it next to your stove to place your messy utensils on while cooking. Or even on your serving tray for all the used teaspoons.
How could I not include a little Skinny LaMinx loveliness! This gorgeous blue teacups dishcloth is R95.00
And then of course what is a kitchen without cookbooks? This gorgeous book by SA's own "Queen of Tarts", Tina Bester, is filled with delicious feel-good recipes. R149.00 @ Exclusive Books.