Written by Hugh Metcalf

Beautiful kitchen accessories to raise your baking game

Even if your cake-baking skills leave a little to be desired, put your best baking foot forward with a kitchen filled with pretty kit and stylish utensils

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We’re deep enough into this series of The Great British Bake Off now that, as the bakers are whittled down to the best of the best, we’ve stopped feeling smug about any technical challenge baking fails and started to feel seriously inadequate thanks to some of the incredible creations coming out of the tent. 

However, while creating a picture-perfect three tier cake may take a lot of practice, creating a pretty kitchen is well within the grasps of even the most challenged baker. 

With that in mind, we’ve curated some of our favourite kitchen baking picks, all of which will help motivate you to pick up a whisk again should you face another baking catastrophe. 

Kitchen pantry scales, £25, Amara

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These black and brass scales bring some vintage glamour to your kitchen worktop when measuring out ingredients. 

Noir recipe holder, £10, Sainsbury’s

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A recipe holder is indispensible when tackling a messy recipe, and this budget-friendly option brings a touch on on-trend copper to your kitchen. 

Artist collaboration spatulas, from £6, Anthropologie

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Anthropologie is home to some of the most beautifully decorative kitchen accessories around, and these spatulas are an affordable entry point to bring its chic style into your kitchen. 

Spring floral stand mixer, £499, KitchenAid

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As if a KitchenAid mixer in your kitchen wasn’t dreamy enough, this limited edition design comes with a pretty, illustrated floral mixer bowl.  

John Whaite mixing bowls, £45 each, Fenella Smith

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Designed with former Great British Bake Off winner John Whaite, these designer ceramic mixing bowls are available in blue or pink, and feature hand-brushed gold detailing – a perfect luxury gift for the baker in your life. 

Gold sieves, £42.50 for set of 3, Audenza 

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A golden sieve may seem the ultimate baking luxury, but if you have a kitchen with open shelving and hooks, it can double up as an impressive piece of décor too. 

 

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