The Diamond Edit No. 3 :: Marble and Copper Kitchen

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The Diamond Edit No. 3 :: Marble and Copper Kitchen | She Sweats DIamonds

Marble Spoon Rest | Copper Mixing Bowls | Hammered Copper 20-Pc. Flatware Set | Lotion Dispenser | Copper Measuring Cups | Hammered Copper Charger | Copper Kettle | Copper Measuring Spoons | Copper Blender (also available in stainless steel and black blender) | Copper Stainless Steel 10-piece Cookware Set | Marble Pastry Slab

Helloooo marble and copper kitchen! Switching things up again this week with a home-related topic! I’ve been gravitating towards a copper and marble theme for the kitchen lately. And let me just say, I’m not even mad about it!

I’m a fan of gold, but there are so many different shades of gold that copper is just easier. For some reason, I feel that copper just elevates the look of a room more rather than gold. When I was looking for a theme, it was natural for me to go with a marble and copper kitchen.

First of all, let me be clear on something. I wanted to gather some pieces I felt are worth the investment because you want to make sure your choices last you a long time. Secondly, I’m a cost-divided-by-times-per-wear gal. In this case, I’m talking about cost-divided-by-times-per-use. Most of all, I want to share pieces that would be or are going on my home decor wishlist.

Let’s talk about my picks!

    1. I actually own this marble spoon rest and it’s amazing! It’s very high quality and heavy. To clean it, all I have to do is just wipe it down or run it under warm water and a little bit of soap.
    2. I love these copper mixing bowls. I don’t use mixing bowls often for baking purposes. However, I do use them when it comes to cooking like marinading meats. I missed the copper mixing bowls with the rubber bottoms from Target (they sold out so fast!) so these will do!
    3. I’ve been looking for a copper flatware set that’s not all copper. I really like the contrast of this set!
    4. I just adore the combination of marble and copper with this lotion dispenser. It’s more than I’d like to pay, but I have a feeling that it’s heavy and high quality! I’ll definitely be using this for soap though. This soap dispenser looks exactly the same, but is $14 cheaper and a bit bigger in size.
    5. I recently bought beautiful copper measuring cups from Williams Sonoma, but love Sur la Table products. I have purchased many kitchen items from them in the past for myself and as gifts so it’s not hard to recommend these copper measuring cups.
    6. Since I already have gold chargers, I think hammered copper chargers would be a nice change for spring and summer. Imagine these with a mint green place setting for spring or blue and white for summer!
    7. This copper kettle is everything!!! ::insert emoji praise hands here:: As a huge tea drinker, I know this sounds stupid, but I can’t stand the whistling of my hand-me-down tea kettle. I’d love a quieter kettle and this one is just so sleek and beautiful. I also love that you can measure out how many cups you want to make. It’s a bit pricey, but considering I drink tea every evening to wind down, the investment will be worth it!
    8. I’m still in need of measuring spoons and these copper measuring spoons are beautiful and affordable!
    9. Making smoothies is a huge part of my daily routine. I currently have a Ninja that I received as a gift from my best friend’s mom that gets the job done. However, I know I’ll have to invest in a good blender if I use mine daily. I heard so many great things about Vitamix so this copper blender is just perfect! It’ll be awhile until I can buy one, but it’s definitely on my wishlist!
    10. After throwing away a few of my pots/pans (the non-stick coating was peeling off and getting into my food), this gorgeous copper stainless steel cookware set is “the one” because of many reasons. Since I don’t have time to clean copper cookware, I wanted something with copper accents, but with minimal care. On top of that, it’s super affordable (just under $300). I prefer glass lids so that’s the only downside, but it isn’t a deal breaker for me.
    11. This marble pastry slab isn’t a huge need, but since I plan to learn how to bake more this year, it’d be perfect for a beginner baker like me!

If you are a fan or marble/copper, do you have any products on this list that you love? What else would you recommend?

Happy Monday, loves! Stay tuned for my next outfit post tomorrow!

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