31 Splurge-Worthy Kitchen Things From Wayfair

Treat yo self *and* treat yo tastebuds.

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A Rachael Ray cookware set with legitimately thousands of positive reviews, and for good reason — it’s durable, super nonstick, and comes in a ton of cute colors.


Promising review: “I finally moved into my own place in NYC and got new pots and pans after years of having roommates ruin the cheap ones I got ages ago when I moved. These are so cute and so so easy to use and clean. It’s a really great set and they make me, a very lazy person who doesn’t know how to cook, very good at cooking.” —Vanessa

Price: $159.99 (originally $300, available in seven colors)


A Le Creuset cast-iron skillet just as bright and drool-worthy as their iconic Dutch ovens — and the food you’ll make in it is sure to be just as drool-worthy!


Promising review: “This is the perfect size to make a couple eggs or an omelette in the morning. It’s so cute I leave it out on my stove. Easy to clean and heats up quickly. Highly recommend this pan!” —tiff

Price: $119.95+ (available in four sizes and five colors)


A titanium knife set with super ~classy~ vibes. Even if you use them to cut up hot dogs for your mac and cheese, it’ll still feel like a gourmet kitchen.


Promising review: “Beautiful knives. They feel well balanced and sturdy. They cut very very well, nice and sharp. I sharpen after use but these could be used without sharpening as often.” —Stephanie

Price: $126.20 (originally $209.99)


An ice cream maker that’ll make your summer 1,000% better — nothing beats all-natural homemade ice cream on a hot, sweaty day.


Promising review: “So easy to use and makes great gelato. Leave the inner container in the freezer and you’re good to go whenever.” —CCAZ

Price: $139.95 (originally $255)


A pantry-microwave cart combo perfect for small kitchens. That awkward empty corner? Now it’s storage and it’ll free up all that counter space where the microwave was.


Promising review: “Even though this is made of pressed wood, it is very sturdy and looks very nice. Worth the price. I am 69 years old and was able to assemble this myself. Would recommend.” —JILL

Price: $167.99 (originally $176.99, available in five colors)


A Staub cocotte that’s made to last a lifetime. I mean, assuming we’re still cooking with ovens in 2121, your great-great-grandkids will probably still be using this.


Promising review: “I love this round Dutch oven. I have thus far made bread and made a fantastic hearty vegetable soup in it. Definitely purchased this product for a great price. I had no idea what I was missing out on!” —Monica

Price: $299.95 (originally $407, available in 10 colors)


A combination pressure cooker and air fryer so you don’t have to take up counter space with both. Want food fast *and* crispy? You can use the same appliance to do it!


Promising review: “I absolutely love this product! Meals are delicious and the cooking time is amazing! All I can say is you need to get one, then you will be able to make delicious juicy food!” —Karen

Price: $249.99


A 10-piece nonstick bakeware set that’s pricey, yes, but think about all the money you’ll save never having to buy foil or nonstick spray again. And not to mention avoiding the heartbreak of ruining cakes that stick to the pan!


Promising review: “I am an All Clad believer and it doesn’t let me down. I bake tons and don’t have to worry about the finished product with this bakeware. Easy to use and cleanup is a breeze.” —Renita

Price: $199.99 (originally $319.98)


A stand mixer that’s perfect for bread, cookies, cakes, and heck, even shredding chicken (look it up, it’ll change your life).


Promising review: “I’ve been dreaming and wishing for a stand mixer for as long as I can remember and for as long as I’ve been cooking and baking, but was never able to afford one. This year I decided to gift myself a new, more affordable Cuisinart mixer. I absolutely love this beautiful mixer and how amazingly it handles everything I put in it.” —CHANDA

Price: $249.95 (originally $460, available in six colors)


And a pasta roller and cutter attachment to go with it, so you can live out your Italian countryside dreams with all the fresh pasta you can possibly make.


Promising review: “Solid construction, easy clean up. Just let the dough dry and wipe it clean.” —Burchardt,

Price: $179.95 (originally $325)


An 11-cup food processor so you can slice, dice, blend, and even knead, with ease. No more store-bought hummus once you have this puppy — the homemade version is so much easier and more delicious.


Promising review: “Best food processor ever. It makes chopping and pureeing so much easier. I make a lot of homemade jelly and this makes doing that a breeze.” —Anonymous

Price: $169 (originally $330)


A Foodsaver starter kit that’ll make your freezer a thing of envy. Just imagine everything you can vacuum seal and save! The possibilities are ~endless.~


Promising review: “It took me a few tries, but I finally figured it out. I’m loving my Foodsaver and this will save me so much when I buy in bulk.” —Michele

Price: $132 (originally $153.99)


A retro-style countertop microwave for the perfect combination of ’50s vibes and 2020s technology.


Promising review: “This is one of my favorite additions to my kitchen. It’s not huge, but fits perfectly in my space with my decor. It heats food evenly, it’s very simple to use, and it’s relatively quiet — until it beeps, of course.” —Dawn-Michelle

Price: $107.25 (originally $129.99, available in four colors)


A stainless-steel step-on double-sided trashcan that looks way too sleek and ergonomic to hold garbage. But it does, and it can hold your recyclables too!


Promising review: “I love having the double trash can and that the black finish does not show finger prints. I added a couple stickers to make it easy for everyone to know which side was for trash and the other for recycle.” —Catherine

Price: $147.99 (available in three colors)


An electric grill and panini press for the crispiest grilled cheese sandwiches, easiest chicken breasts, and more. It’s a little miracle-worker.


Promising review: “Makes the perfect Cuban sandwich. Enough space for three eight-inch sandwiches.” —Ruben

Price: $199.95 (originally $365)


A Keurig K-Duo for the best of both worlds — a single serving of coffee when you’re in a hurry, or a whole pot for luxurious mornings or serving a crowd.


Promising review: “Love! Love! Love our newest Keurig! As long time Keurig users we are very pleased with this model. We chose this one over the vertical model because of the convenience of having both cup and carafe available at the same time. Not disappointed at all! Worth every cent!” —Debra 

Price: $182.99


A two-tiered dish rack that’ll open up so much more counter space. Plus, all the dishes will drip directly into your sink, so you won’t have to constantly empty out a draining board.


Promising review: “So happy with it. Sturdy and saves counter space. I get lots of compliments on it all the time.” —Jacqueline 

Price: $135.40+ (available in two sizes and two colors)


An air fryer-toaster oven combo that’ll put your old toaster to shame. Can your pop-up toaster make a whole chicken? No. Just dumb slices of bread.


Promising review: “Perfect addition to our kitchen! I make homemade fries at least once a week in this air fryer.” —Amber

Price: $199.95 (originally $365, available in three colors)


A Vitamix because thousands of reviewers wouldn’t swear by a $600 blender if it wasn’t incredible. It makes the smoothest smoothies, the creamiest nut butters, and this one can even make hot soup.


Promising review: “Absolutely AWESOME! Recommended to me by a professional chef from the Culinary Institute of America. Cannot believe how versatile this is. Love the auto-clean function, makes cleanup an absolutely a breeze.” —Anonymous

Price: $630.95 (originally $699.95, available in two colors)


A cold press juicer that’ll really get all the nutrients out of whatever you’re juicing. Plus, the included jug keeps your juice fresh for days, so you won’t have to haul the whole appliance out every morning.


Promising review: “I love my new juicer and use it daily! So far I’ve made celery juice, cucumber juice, and juiced some ginger and turmeric. I love how easy the clean up is!” —Sharmaine

Price: $179.95 (originally $269.95)


A vintage-style popcorn maker to make your movie nights the best on the block. Even though your neighbors don’t know you’re competing — you still won.


Promising review: “OMG! It’s a perfect popcorn machine. Popcorn is my family’s snack of choice! It was the best investment. Popcorn tastes just like the movie theater popcorn. I would highly recommend!” —Shelley

Price: $259.99 (originally $299.99, available in two colors)


A sparkling water maker that not only makes perfect sparkling water at the touch of a button, but also comes with a stylish glass carafe that’ll make your dinner table feel like a high-end restaurant.


Promising review: “I LOVE this unit. I drink a lot of sparkling water but hate the way plastic tastes. The glass carafes that come with this makes it the perfect fit.” —Joseph

Price: $159.99


A countertop ice maker because one should never be without a large supply of The Good Ice during the summertime. It’s practically a human right.


Promising review: “Sooo glad I purchased this product, I had been buying ice in bulk from the ice house. No more carrying 20-pound to 40-pound bags from the truck to the kitchen. It makes ice so fast! I can refill the ice bucket in my fridge in an hour!” —Johnita

Price: $114.99


A rice maker with something called “fuzzy logic technology,” and while I may not know what that means I do know that it cooks rice perfectly and keeps it warm and moist for hours and hours and hours.


Promising review: “I just received my rice cooker and have already made two batches of rice. It is quick and easy to use. So happy I purchased it so my kids can have a quick, warm lunch when they are in virtual school.” —Jessica

Price: $179.99+ (originally $210+, available in two sizes) 


A KitchenAid slow cooker that basically does the cooking for you. Just pop in your ingredients in the morning, and come home to a delicious dinner with minimal effort.


Promising review: “This is the model recommended by America’s Test Kitchen. Use it once and you’ll see why. It heats from around the middle, not the bottom, so it’s less likely to burn things, plus the interior is very well insulated to keep the heating even. Very simple controls make it very easy to use. You really can’t go wrong buying this slow cooker.” —Keenan

Price: $119.99


A wine fridge to keep all of your impressively-sourced vintages at the most perfect temperature. Honestly, I feel like just being in the proximity of this fridge would make a bottle of $8 wine taste like an $80 wine.


Promising review: “Great addition to our bar. This arrived in perfect condition and shipping was extremely fast. We needed to switch the door to open on the opposite side and the directions were easy to follow so we had no problem doing that. It has dual temperature zones, great for different wines or beer on the top and red wine on the bottom. It is also very quiet. Another great purchase!” —Marci

Price: $762.34 (originally $899.99, available in two colors)


A bread maker that’s basically magic — instead of kneading and rising and checking the hot oven, all you have to do is put the ingredients in, push a button, and you’ll be rewarded with fresh, warm, *glorious* bread.


Promising review: “I love this bread machine! We have stopped buying bread in the store because it is so easy to make it at home with fresh ingredients and no preservatives. The bread tastes great!” —Marie

Price: $299.95 (originally $449.95)


A Santoku knife because that’s what all the *Fancy Important Chefs* are using these days. It’s slightly smaller than a traditional chef’s knife and can be sharpened to a much smaller point, so you can have incredibly precise cuts.


Promising review: “This is the most amazing knife. The Twin 1731 collection blades are made from Cronidur steel which is extremely rare for use in cutlery. The steel is very hard and corrosion resistant. The blade is sharpened to the original heritage 12.5 degree angles giving a superior fine cutting edge that is easy to maintain. The curved bolster encourages the proper holding of the knife making it an extension of my arm and giving me more accuracy. The wood handle is very attractive and comfortable to hold.” —DanCooks

Price: $450 (originally $585)


A semi-automatic espresso machine for the full coffee shop experience, but at home. No more disappointing flat whites when you make them yourself with this baby.


Promising review: “Bought this item so I could save money and time for my daughter. She is currently working from home and to be honest, I was tired of going to Starbucks every single day! So I bought it and she loves it. So now, a latte every day. I recommend this because it did not cost that much and it’s a great way to learn how to make lattes.” —Patty 

Price: $178.32 (originally $199.95)


A set of fishing reel-inspired salt and pepper grinders perfect as a gift for an angler friend, or as decor for a house near the water. Or even a houseboat! That would be SO cute.


Promising review: “Perfect! My husband is an avid fisherman and he absolutely loved them. They were well packaged and delivered on time. They were better than expected and I will be ordering a second set as a gift.” —Shannon

Price: $156.80 (originally $166)


A sifter and scale attachment for KitchenAid mixers that’ll totally revolutionize your baking game. The added precision from weighing your ingredients makes such a difference.


Promising review: “My husband gave this to me as a gift and I used it to sift confectioners sugar for icing. It measured and sifted the right amount which yielded fluffy icing for my cake. The chute is adjustable from side to side and expandable to ensure the sugar or flour makes it into the bowl. Just don’t use it on the higher speeds as you will end up with a dust cloud. Slower speeds work fantastic.” —Woofaloo

Price: $152.28

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