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In case you missed it, Williams Sonoma has an inexpensive, but really chic line called Open Kitchen. Whether you’re a regular dinner party host, the king or queen of homemade cocktails, or are just learning how to cook, there is something for everyone. And the best part is, these items start at just $3!

Double-Burner Grill

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This durable, lightweight, and dishwasher-friendly grill was inspired by the open kitchens in famous restaurants. This is perfect for grilling fresh meats and veggies on chilly winter days, or just confining your cooking to one place. Now you’ll have plenty of excuses to make some of our favorite grilled kebab, steak, and fish recipes!

Handled Platter

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This simple white serving dish is convenient and absolutely gorgeous (plus, white dishes make almost every food look more elegant). There are three sizes to choose from, so these platters can handle anything from a batch of rolls to a holiday casserole dish.

Matte Coupe Dining Collection

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This Instagrammable dining collection comes in four colors and mixes and matches well. Whether you need mugs or salad plates, you can coordinate all your casual tableware for a fraction of what other lines typically cost at Williams Sonoma.

Champagne Flutes

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Whether you’re throwing a formal affair or just celebrating a night in, these champagne flutes are perfect for every occasion. These classic, utilitarian glasses have an elegant look but a thrifty price. They can also be monogrammed for a personal touch, making a great wedding gift.

Mortar and Pestle

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This beautiful, glazed porcelain mortar and pestle is a wonderful accent to any kitchen. The description said it’s ideal for making pesto and curry pastes, but we like it for nearly any homemade condiment or garnish. Plus, we think it can even help you become a better home cook.