Top 10 Kitchen Accessories and Gadgets to Impress Your Guests this Season

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Whether the girls are coming round to your place for an afternoon tea or a chilled evening catching up over a glass of wine, we have picked out 10 kitchen must haves to ensure your dining room is always the group’s go-to hang out spot.

1) Velvetizer Hotel Chocolat £99.95

Upgrade your standard hot chocolate powder for this state of the art velvetizer. Hotel Chocolat have made the process of making a barista-style hot chocolate in your own home completely effortless. Just fill the machine with milk and your chosen chocolate and with the press of a button, the two will magically combine, heat up and froth to produce the smoothest, creamiest hot chocolate.

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2) Glass Tea Pot The White Company £25

The traditional teapot with a modern twist. There is something so sleek and stylish about this glass teapot and you can even buy matching glass teacups and saucers to complete your tea set. Made with borosilicate glass, this every day essential item is durable and totally heat resistant.

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3) Mother of Pearl Cheese Knives Set of Three Oliver Bonas £29.50

Serve in style with these pearlescent and gold stainless steel cheese knives. A cheese board always goes down well at any get together and with this beautiful set, you’ll be finding any excuse to whip up a huge, delicious platter of cheese, crackers and chutneys – as if you needed any excuse anyway!

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4) Next Wood Serving Board £18

This extra-large serving board will accompany the Pearl Cheese Knives Set in allowing you to prepare the most extravagant display of treats for your guests to graze over all afternoon. The wood will also give your table the most lovely, authentic autumnal feel.

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5) Smeg Blender £180

It is really difficult not to buy every item in the colour sage right now, especially as autumn slowly rolls in, the colour is so earthy and warm - it is ideal for home accessories! That is no exception for the kitchen either and this sage blender from Smeg is the perfect addition. If your friends don’t fancy a hot drink then wow them with a healthy, homemade smoothie.

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6) Macrame Table Runner Anthropologie £58

This cream cotton table runner is the best foundation to build any table setting. The colour brightens up any occasion, whether your serving up a Sunday roast or trying your hand at the art of mixology and cocktail making.

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7) Floor Standing Wine Rack Next £55

Display your wines in the most fashionable way with this statement wine rack. The wooden top also works as a shelf, so you can place your favourite kitchen accessories there to truly finish the room off.

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8) Pasta Machine Lakeland £29.99

If you really want to impress when it’s your turn to host the dinner party, then this pasta making machine is a must. It is surprisingly easy and there are so many tutorials to follow online. Your friends will feel like they’ve been transported into a traditional Italian kitchen!

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9) Floral Apron Cath Kidston £14

Any true home cook needs to look the part too! Once you’re primed in your apron, you’ll feel like a professional chef ready to tackle any lemon meringue pie.

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10) Pumpkin Tureen Anthropologie £56

Once you have whipped up a delightful dish in the kitchen, you need something to serve it in. A regular casserole dish just won’t do the trick with your friends, so try this ivory pumpkin tureen, perfect for any autumn/winter feast.

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About Leah Crossman

Leah is a freelance writer specialising in lifestyle journalism with a range of professional editorial, communications and marketing experience. She finds inspiration in food, health and wellness, fashion, travel and sustainability