5 ways to use rose gold kitchen accessories to instantly update your space

Looking for quick ways to make your kitchen more stylish? Rose gold kitchen accessories are the answer

5 ways to use rose gold kitchen accessories to instantly update your space
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After a quick and affordable way to update your kitchen? Of course you are, it's January (although the end is FINALLY in sight) and who has any money to be starting big projects anyway? So, bearing in mind the fact that we are all still a bit broke, we've rounded up a few really stylish ways that will spruce up your kitchen space quickly and cheaply. Say hello to some very Insta-friendly rose gold kitchen accessories. 

If you want more kitchen ideas, whether you're looking for small changes or complete overhaul ideas, you can head over to our hub page for plenty of practical advice and inspiration. 

1. Choose rose gold kitchen appliances 

John Lewis kitchen with rose gold kettle

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A very easy way to add a touch of rose gold to your kitchen is by replacing your appliances. We're talking kettles, toasters, stand mixers, coffee machines, pick any appliance, because you can guarantee it comes in rose gold. 

We love Dualit toasters in every colour, but this coppery rose gold one is even more stylish. It instantly adds a touch of glamour to any space and will make your kitchen pop (in the best sense of the word). Add to the look by picking out a rose gold kettle to match. 

2. Upgrade to rose gold cutlery 

Rose gold cutlery

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Rose gold cutlery seems a little extravagant, but it's very tasteful, and you can find reasonably priced sets which are guaranteed to add heaps of glamour to dinner time. This gorgeous set is from West Elm and is £34 for a five-piece set. If you're looking for something that may not last forever, but that is more budget-friendly, Amazon has a 30 piece set for just £23.79. 

3. Rose gold plates? If you insist

Anthropologie rose gold plates

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Oh these are special plates. These are the 'put them on the shelf plates' for all to see (but not often use) plates. The pink and gold together create a rose gold effect that's slightly more elegant than the metallic pink you often see. This collection is from Anthropologie and prices start from £14 for the plates so treat yourself and see  how popping some lovely plates on display can really lift a kitchen. 

4. Switch to rose gold kitchen handles 

If you're looking for more a project, then replacing your kitchen door knobs and cupboard handles can make the world of difference, but take minimal effort. Rose gold and copper will work with pretty much any colour of kitchen cabinets, although we do love to pair it with dark blue. Hey, you could always paint your kitchen cabinets too for a proper new look. 

5. Get organised with rose gold kitchen storage 

John Lewis copper storage jars

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Declutter your space and give it a new stylish look with some rose gold kitchen storage. If you like full-on rose gold, check out this very cool set from Studio. But if it's just a hint of rose gold you're after then look closely at these storage jars from John Lewis – the wire detail is copper, very subtle, very lovely.