Stylish but affordable accessories for your new kitchen

Renovating your kitchen can be expensive. But once you have spent big bucks on stylish units and a lavish new countertop, the last thing you want to do is go back to those worn-out accessories you were using before.

It is possible to get high-quality equipment at a reasonable price. Many homeware stores and even supermarkets stock high-value items at a low price.

Here are just a few of the best accessories you can get for a pinch.

Brass section

IKEA stocks a wholly unique range of on-trend brass accessories including this Glattis tray, available for £7.95 and the Tillstallning napkin holder at £4.75.

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Designer prints

IKEA works with some fantastic designers, including the Swedish design collective 10-Gruppen, which they collaborated with on these limited edition printed plates.

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Rustic tableware

Matching dinner sets are overrated. A happy mismatch of styles is the norm these days but they can run you a price. Happily, these rustic bowls and plates from Lakeland are very reasonably priced.

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Best of British Bake Off

Inspired by the Great British Bake Off, this upmarket range of baking accessories from Marks and Spencer will have you up to star baker standards in no time.

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Stylish drinks cabinet

If you really want to impress visitors this party-season then this gorgeous drinks cabinet can get the part started in minutes. Get it from Marks & Spencer from mid-November/December.

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Hot coffee spot

Want to invite people over more often? This stylish circular coffee table from Next is the perfect centrepiece to a good conversation between friends.

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Squirrel season

Autumn is well and truly in season at Sainsbury’s. Their Woodland Walk Collection is all inspired by the outdoors – perfect for anyone who loves life in the wild.

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Quirky cactus

Greens aren’t just for eating in the kitchen. Houseplants have sprouted on the national conscience once again, make sure your cacti look happy and sophisticated with these pots from Cheshire homeware retailers Arighi Bianchi.  ⠀

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