Sure, your kitchen probably works just fine, but how does it look? Kitchens, more than any other room, have to carefully balance form and function—you want to be able to whip up a top-notch dinner with state-of-the-art appliances here, of course, but you also don’t want the place to look too utilitarian. To help remedy this conundrum, we canvassed some of our favorite interior designers and asked them which kitchen tools they rely on—ones that both look great and will help you prepare restaurant-worthy cuisine. From hardworking electric kettles to wood bowls that get better with age, here’s what they shared.
By Helena Madden
Saks, Williams Sonoma, Neiman Marcus