Le Creuset and KitchenAid Are Up to 50% Off at Williams Sonoma Right Now
Williams Sonoma is a one-stop-shop for everything from functional kitchen essentials to decorative tableware, and offers some of the best-quality brands a home cook can buy. That's why when there's a sale, we know we'll find something good. This week, you can get brands like Zwilling, Le Creuset, Staub and KitchenAid for a fraction of the brands' usual prices. From 7-piece Zwilling knife sets to a Shun Master Utility Knife, Williams Sonoma has tools on sale for every type of cook. With so many deals to choose from, we did the digging for you and rounded up eight of the best sales on some of the most coveted brands.
If you're looking to upgrade some old kitchenware or just want to treat yourself to a new gadget, Williams Sonoma's Fresh Deals is a good place to do it. Here's what we're shopping from this sale that's too good to miss.
Zwiling Gourmet 7-piece Knife Set
At over 50% off, this 7-piece knife set is an easy and affordable way to outfit your kitchen with essential, high-quality cutlery. Equipped with a honing steel, kitchen shears, serrated knife, vegetable knife, paring knife, and an 8-inch chef's knife, this comprehensive set is perfect for anyone looking to upgrade their knives with durable, sharp, high-carbon stainless steel.
To buy: $170 (originally $390); williams-sonoma.com
Staub Cast Iron Round Cocotte with Glass Lid
Staub's cast iron ovens are perfect for braising big batches of short ribs, deep frying fish or simmering a pot of Sunday sauce, and if you treat it right, it can be one of the most functional additions to your kitchen. We love this option that comes equipped with a glass lid so you can safely and efficiently see what you're cooking without needing to remove the cover. These heavy-duty cookers are compatible with all stovetops and oven safe.
To buy: $130 (originally $280); williams-sonoma.com
Le Creuset Heritage Stoneware Deep Covered Baker
It's no secret that Le Creuset makes some of the most visually appealing cookware out there, and this deep covered baker is no different. Made with a double porcelain enameled-glaze, it easily goes from oven to tabletop for easy entertaining. The 4.5-quart dish is deep enough to roast a whole chicken and comes with a tight fitting lid to lock in moisture. Use it to braise, broil, or bake—as this baker is safe for the oven, freezer, and microwave.
To buy: $100 (originally $150); williams-sonoma.com
Global Classic Knife 2-Piece Chef's Set
Sharp, durable knives are essential tools for nearly every task in the kitchen. Not only do they make chopping, mincing, and dicing easier, sharp knives actually make cutting tasks safer, too. If you're overdue for an upgrade and don't want to invest in an entirely new knife block, try replacing your old knives with this 2-piece set. Featuring a chef's knife and paring knife, this duo from Global can easily tackle a number of cutting tasks easily and efficiently.
To buy: $99 (originally $150); williams-sonoma.com
Le Creuset Heritage Stoneware Shallow Covered Baker
Heritage Le Creuset bakeware for under $100? We'll take it! This shallow-covered baker is made from high-fired stoneware and an enameled glaze to ensure even heating and no chips, scratches or stains. Perfect for transferring from the oven to the tabletop, this oven, broiler, and microwave-safe baker is just as gorgeous to look at as it is efficient to cook in.
To buy: $70 (originally $90); williams-sonoma.com
Shun Kaji Master Utility Knife
This knife might look intimidating, but the moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle makes it easy to grip safely and securely. A utility knife is the perfect combination of chef's knife, bread knife, and paring knife, and it's the do-it-all piece of cutlery your kitchen is missing. The blade of this hand-crafted Japanese knife is extra wide with a slightly curved belly, which makes rocking cuts easy and efficient.
To buy: $200 (originally $390); williams-sonoma.com
Shun Hikari 8-Inch Chef's Knife
If you're looking to replace your old chef's knife with a quality option that's sharp and durable, Shun is one of the best you can buy. At $100 off, this is an unbeatable deal on what is soon to be your most-used kitchen tool. We love that Shun's knives are handcrafted in Japan, and this knife in particular features high-carbon, high-chromium stainless steel micro layers to create a "hornet's nest" pattern. The micro serrations reduce friction, which helps ensure clean slicing. The moisture-resistant PakkaWood handle makes for safe, slip-free maneuvering and the bolstered handle promotes a comfortable grip, too.
To buy: $200 (originally $300); williams-sonoma.com
KitchenAid K400 Blender
Every kitchen needs a high-powered blender, and at $80 off, this sleek option from KitchenAid is a great buy. It uses five speeds to tackle even the toughest blending tasks, like crushing ice and blending greens. An included tamper helps guide ingredients for thoroughly, consistently blended sauces and smoothies every time.
To buy: $200 (originally $280); williams-sonoma.com