If your family, friends, or coworkers say they’d love to cook but have no space, trust us: Another cookbook is not what they need. These are the smart gifts that small-space kitchens — and those who have them — could really use right now, whether they know it or not. All available on jet.com, these gifts are made to store supplies, save space, and multi-task. Before you know it, your small-kitchen loved ones will be inviting you over for dinner.
One of the most stylish and practical gifts you can give for under $20, this copper-top classic from Bodum is made in the same Portugal factory where the company’s iconic French press is crafted. Fancy. It has a vacuum-seal copper-plated lid to keep coffee (or food) fresh. Plus, the glass is dishwasher-safe.
A stand mixer is one of those treasures most small-space kitchens are sadly lacking. Cheer a kitchen up with this perfectly downsized, yet obviously upscale, version of a coveted classic. With all the power and versatility of the full-size model, this stand mixer is 20 percent smaller and 25 percent lighter than the original, making it perfect for small-kitchen dwellers who dream big.
Bye, space-hogging cereal boxes and flour bags. Ideal for small countertops or cabinets, this set of 2-, 3-, and 4-quart canisters stores everything from pasta and rice to coffee and nuts and looks great doing it. Pop-up button tops make an airtight seal with a touch.
Great knives are any chef’s most treasured assets. But in small kitchens without the counter space for a knife block or drawer space for a dedicated knife holder, where do they go? Generally into a drawer with flatware or other utensils, where they get dinged and dull, and where they’re, you know, dangerous. Protect your loved ones’ fingers and their knives with this easy-to-mount magnetic bar, created by one of the world’s top knife makers.
Know a wine lover who can only dream of a full-size wine rack, much less a cellar? This clever under-the-counter fix (which is also under $25) lets them keep their favorite bottles handy. It’s a true minimalist gem that’s easy to install, too.
This is so handy you’ll want one for your own kitchen, and so inexpensive it’s an easy buy for two. Perfectly sized to slide over nearly any cabinet door, this rack easily holds multiple cutting boards, muffin tins, and baking sheets out of sight.
At just under 17 inches wide and 30 inches high, this smart, gold-finished rolling cart moves from under the counter — where it can serve as both a storage cabinet and landing site for meal prep — out to guests for serving meals and drinks. The celebrated interior design duo Robert and Cortney Novogratz created this piece, which adds an artsy touch to the kitchen that looks way more expensive than it is.
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