These colorful kitchen tools and cookware will brighten up your space

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Tune into In The Know Live: Kitchen Gadgets every Tuesday at 5 p.m. EST/2 p.m. PST. The show, hosted by In The Know cooking editor Ellie Conley, dives into the newest kitchen gadgets and food trends for at-home chefs and foodies alike.

When you want to change the color scheme of your living room or bedroom, you normally don’t have to repaint. You can add a few throw pillows or replace your duvet cover to easily refresh the space. Well, it’s the same thing with your kitchen! Though you probably won’t want to add any pillows there, you can add in a few pieces of colorful cookware, rainbow tools or pastel dinnerware to brighten up the room.

There’s nothing wrong with simple black pots and pans or silver utensils. But if you want to add a little color to your kitchen, now more than ever it’s easy to find high-quality cookware in bright, vibrant colors. Some of my favorite brands that make such pieces are women-owned, like Great Jones and Our Place.

You can also find more unique pieces and support independent artists with products from Society6. I use this site for finding a mix of home goods, including my shower curtain, bath mat, cutting board and regular art prints.

You can watch — and shop all the colorful kitchen pieces — on this episode of In The Know Live: Kitchen Gadgets above.

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