Uncluttered kitchens bring me great joy. I need a life. But really, I find that when I banish the clutter I’m more likely to actually cook and eat at home. That being said: daily appliances, cutting boards, pots and pans must be out of sight. My rule of thumb: make sure anything you keep out has an intentional feel. Take the teakettle as an example. A kettle can make quite the design statement in the kitchen. Keep it simple and classic…a roundup of my favorite stovetop beauties below:
This kettle reminds me of my childhood. An old Italian (whistling) classic.
I’m coveting this Staub x Goop kettle.
This kettle would look great in a clean, all-white kitchen.
Made in England, this chrome tea kettle is another classic.