10 Things We Wish We Had in Our Kitchens for this Thanksgiving

10 Things We Wish We Had in Our Kitchens for this Thanksgiving

Katie Holdefehr
Nov 21, 2016

While we may love our kitchens 364 days out of the year (and we don't mean to sound un-thankful), there's nothing like the biggest feast of 2016 to suddenly make them seem utterly inadequate. There's not nearly enough counter space, our tiny sinks fit approximately two dishes, and we consider ourselves lucky if our minuscule ovens have enough room to roast a turkey. To make ourselves feel better (we hope), we've rounded up 10 #kitchengoals that fulfill our wildest Thanksgiving dreams.

A giant farmhouse sink perfectly sized for stacking huge piles of post-feast dishes.

We love how the pretty white porcelain one above, spotted on Elle Decoration's blog Krickelin, pairs with the subtle gray cabinetry.

(Image credit: Crate & Barrel Blog)

A complete set of polished copper pots and pans for all the deglazing, roux-making and cranberry sauce-cooking ahead.

The shiny set above comes from the Crate & Barrel blog, and is brilliantly hung alongside aromatic herb bundles.

→ Have some copper that's looking a little lack-luster? Here's the best way to clean and shine your copper cookware.

(Image credit: One Kings Lane)

A beautiful vintage-style oven big enough to roast a turkey, bake some biscuits, and heat up sweet potato casserole, all at the same time.

The black-and-silver double door stunner above by La Cornue is in interior designer Nina Farmer's kitchen, featured on One Kings Lane.

(Image credit: Oz Architects / Houzz )

A wood-burning fireplace to make the whole room feel warm and cozy.

...And an adorable pooch doesn't hurt, either. The rustic kitchen above was designed by Oz Architects and was found via Houzz.

(Image credit: BHG)

An oversized marble pastry board that wheels under the counter when we're not using it to roll out flaky pie crusts.

The colorful inspiration above comes from BHG.

(Image credit: House and Home)

A huge butcher block-topped island that quadruples our kitchen's work surfaces.

The one above from House and Home gets extra value from a couple built-in shelves for storing cookbooks in a convenient spot.

(Image credit: IKEA)

Glass-front cabinets, so we can see at a glance where all our serving platters, wine glasses and plates are stored.

IKEA shows us how game-changing gray cabinets are when you add paned glass fronts.

A retro SMEG fridge for chilling jello molds old-school style.

The powder blue model above was found in Haleigh's Charming Parisian Kitchen on Kitchn.

(Image credit: Luxe Interiors + Design)

A fully-stocked wine closet full of all the cab, chard and sauv we could ever want.

The mini wine cellar of our dreams was spotted in Luxe Interiors + Design.

(Image credit: The Evergirl)

An arsenal of fancy appliances.

These include a copper KitchenAid mixer and a white Le Creuset French oven, like those shown above in private chef Sarah Shiear's Brooklyn kitchen, featured on The Everygirl.

Dream with me: What do you wish you had in your kitchen this Thanksgiving?

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