Selena Gomez is heading back to the kitchen! The actress turned singer turned cooking extraordinaire took viewers into her home during the first season of her HBOMax show Selena + Chef.
Viewers quickly fell in love with Selena's culinary skills... but they fell even more in love with her gorgeous kitchen, a fabulous example of rustic minimalism that features classic white cabinetry with cute dragonfly cabinetry handles, white-painted brickwork on the walls above the stainless steel range, marble-look work surfaces, a Butler sink and pretty patterned floor tiles.
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Nestling on the range was a powder pink kettle – and in the background, you can just spot a pink stand mixer to match. Pink accessorizing was a theme in Selena's kitchen – and it's started somewhat of a craze for this pretty shade. We've listed the best buys we spotted in her kitchen, below, so you can copy the look.
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Season two of Selena + Chef premieres today, January 21, but before the episode airs, you can snag a few key pieces from her kitchen to use for your own gastric delights.
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6 buys from Selena Gomez's kitchen
On show in Selena's rustic kitchen last season were, amongst other things, rainbow kitchen knives, the most rustic of chopping blocks and one of the best blenders money can buy – in pale pink, of course.
Can't wait for the show? See the trailer here.
1. Le Creuset Artisan 5 qt stand mixer
The ultimate kitchen heavy-hitter! There’s not much this mixer cannot do and with its 10 speeds and its 10+ hub attachments, you can make it work for all of your cooking needs. From whipping up meringue with pristine stiff peaks to kneading the dough for a chewy focaccia, this gadget will allow you to get creative. The color and design will also match seamlessly with the rest of your kitchen decor.
2. Le Creuset Dutch Oven
This classic piece is probably already a staple in your kitchen. The heavy-duty Le Creuset pan allows you to easily move food from your stovetop to your oven without worry. It’s perfect for casseroles, soups, and stews and its color and construction makes it possible to put it out on your dining table and use as a serving dish.
3. Chantal Sven Tea Kettle
Though Selena’s kitchen is filled with clean white lines, as shown with her mixer and Le Creuset pots, she isn’t afraid to bring a pop of color. This stovetop kettle allows you to brighten up your space while also providing just a touch of vintage. The minimalist Scandinavian-inspired kettle is also constructed in a way that completely eliminates the possibility for rust. This piece can be used on gas, electric, and induction burners.
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4. Our Place Main Plates
These plates are perfect for showing off your culinary masterpieces. The plates are hand painted and feature curved edges, which makes them easy to stack and store in display cabinets. This minimalist set is also both microwave and dishwasher safe. View Deal
5. John Boos & Co Chopping Block
This rustic cutting board works as a statement piece in your kitchen but also allows you to perform even the most heavy duty of kitchen tasks. It’s reliable enough to help you slice and arrange the charcuterie board of your dreams, but it’s also sturdy enough to withstand some hardcore meat carvings and butcherings. This 3in thick butcher block is antibacterial and possesses a protective coating that prevents it from getting ruined by moisture or food. View Deal
6. Marco Almond Rainbow Knives Set
These knives – probably the most iconic piece of Selena’s kitchen – are the definition of style meets functionality. The multi-colored hue can be attributed to their titanium coating. In addition to their sleek and eye-catching aesthetics the knives are sharp enough for you to cut easily through tougher things like steak but also delicate items like tomatoes.
Shanicka Anderson is a writer, editor, creative, and superfan of Jamaican descent hailing from New York. Her work can be found on OK! Magazine, Bustle, gal-dem, The Tempest, and more. She holds a Bachelor's degree in English Literature and Creative Writing. She was previously associate editor at OK! Magazine and J-14 Magazine online. Often and without prompting, she enjoys talking about pop culture, K-pop, Harry Styles, all but forgotten 80's movies, her year abroad in London, and the complexities of the Caribbean diaspora.
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