Farmhouse Cookware For your Kitchen
A collection of some of the prettiest farmhouse cookware that you’ll love using and seeing in your kitchen!
Our cookware has been looking pretty sad for the past few months or so, and it’s been time to replace them for awhile. I’ve been searching (and drooling) over some of the prettiest farmhouse cookware, trying to decide what to get, and then…
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I went in to Sam’s Club to buy Tide Pods and juice boxes. That’s not all I bought, because 1) is it possible to do that? and 2) I had kids with me. But in our ventures up and down each aisle, I came across the most gorgeous cookware set by Member’s Mark, the Sam’s Club brand. (You can also find them on Amazon.) They look nearly identical to the stunning Calphalon cookware set, and I couldn’t believe my eyes, or the price.
I chose the cream color with gold hardware, and I just want to stare at them all the time, they’re so pretty! In the cart they went! Not only are they so lovely, but they were also extremely reasonable in price, and fit my budget.
At first I didn’t even want to use them…just keep them safe in my drawer! But now I’m excited to have new cookware, and looking forward to using them often.
Farmhouse Cookware Sets: Affordable + Pretty
Cookware is an investment, and as something that will get a lot of use, it’s important to get something you love, last a long time, and work well. As a fixture in your kitchen, it’s fun to have some that add to the overall feel of your space. Here are the best farmhouse cookware sets that are both functional and pretty.
My Top Picks: Farmhouse Cookware
Member’s Mark 11-Piece Ceramic Cookware
There are just so many things to love about this cookware! It is more on the modern farmhouse side, but the cream color specifically feels like it can go with multiple styles. The gold hardware just puts it over the edge! It’s safe…with ceramic nonstick interiors free of PTFE, PFOA & PFOS. You don’t have to get cream though–there are several other colors to choose from. If you can’t find them in Sam’s Club or online, try Amazon–they are carrying a few of the colors. This is the budget version of Caraway Cookware…see them below!
Caraway NOnstick Pots & pans
These are the the higher-end version of the Member’s Mark set. They are more expensive by quite a bit, but the reviews are spectacular, and they are very high quality. If your budget has a higher price point, you may want to consider them instead. GreenPan also has a version that is very similar, which you can find on Amazon.
Caanasweis Non-stick Cookware
I’m loving the speckled look of these super cute pots and pans! They have a granite coat and non-stick surface that make them easy to use, and the wood-grain knobs lend to farmhouse style.
Carote NONSTICK GRANITE COOKWARE
I definitely see speckles in a farmhouse kitchen! These are similar to the set above, except they are in black. They work on all cooktops, including induction. With really good reviews, they’re worth checking out!
Le Creuset Dutch Oven
Cast iron is a staple in my farmhouse kitchen, and I use it nearly every single day. Whether it’s a skillet or dutch oven, I’m often utilizing my favorite cast iron cookware pieces. Le Creuset is the pinnacle of cast iron cookware. It’s incredibly durable and high quality…and also very spendy! If your budget allows, consider investing in a piece of Le Creuset–it will last forever if you take care of it!
AMAZON BASICS Dutch Oven
Amazon Basics makes a cast iron dutch oven that is very similar to Le Creuset, but without the price tag. With nearly 40,000 4.5+ star reviews, many people love it! If you want the look and function at a budget cost, they’re worth looking at. Lodge also makes one that is very similar, and it’s currently the #1 Bestseller on Amazon for Dutch Ovens.
Kenmore Broadway Steamer & Stockpot
It’s so nice to have a huge stockpot in your farmhouse kitchen! I love doubling batches of soups and stews, boiling beans, or any number of other recipes. For years I had a red speckled stock pot that I adored, and then it got ruined in one of our moves. I was so sad! While most of my cookware tends to be cream or black, a stockpot is a fun way to add a bit of color.
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Kierste Wade is a published author, blogger, and mom to six. With more than 20 years DIY and project experience, she has been sharing ideas on her blog since 2009. Focusing on simple and doable projects, she loves to share attainable ideas for all things home, holidays, and family. Kierste has been featured on Better Homes and Gardens, HGTV, American Farmhouse Magazine (print and online) Taste of Home, Country Living, and more.