Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in the post above are "affiliate links." This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255. This site is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com
One of the most challenging aspects of decorating your home is deciding on your style. There are so many styles to choose from and it can feel a bit overwhelming. But, one of my favorite decorating styles that has become incredibly popular is minimalism. Want to jump on board and keep current? Check out our favorite minimalist style kitchen accessories below!
Our Favorite Minimalist Kitchen Accessories
Many people may think that decorating in the minimalist style means a lack of style of even options. I’m here to tell you that’s not the case. Minimalist pantries and kitchens can be so beautiful and here is a list of stunning accessories to change your minimalist kitchen from blah to wow!
See also: Have a taste for rose gold accessories, too? Check out our guide to rose gold kitchen accessories!
If you need something to hang your apron on, these leather kitchen hooks are a stylish and surprisingly accessory for the kitchen.
Kitchen tables are naked without a set of salt and pepper shakers. This gorgeous set of shakers will keep your meals seasoned from here on out.
If you wear rings and need to wash your hands, these marble ring dishes are stunning! If you don’t wear rings, these are still a wonderful accessory for your kitchen.
One of the trickiest parts of cooking is where to put your hot pan when you take it off the stove. Or, maybe you don’t want to accidentally scratch your table? This wooden pan trivet will keep your table pristine.
Use this vintage bottle for creamer, olive oil, or salad dressing.
I am obsessed with coffee and I’m obsessed with this stunning wooden coffee filter station. Recreate your favorite coffee shop pour over drinks from home and save money at the same time.
If you’re not a fan of gold on your coasters, then these simple concrete coasters may be a lovely way to grace your table.
This simple, stylish marble cube can be used as a bookend or a visual focal point on your shelf.
Loose leaf tea can be so enjoyable to drink, but finding the right tea pot for it can be challenging. This mini teapot is perfect for one.
Does it drive you crazy when you’re trying to light a candle and your matchbook doesn’t work? And, each time you strike the match nothing happens? Eliminate that problem with this porcelain match striker.
Every time I see a magnetic knife block, I get a little obsessed. What is this magic? Besides saving a ton of space on your kitchen counter, it’s also fun to look at.
Place mats are a nice way to dress up your table and to keep things clean. Table settings are also often overlooked pieces of minimalist kitchen accessories.
Are you bored with getting your butter out of a plastic box? Uplevel your butter experience with a French butter crock. Leave it to the French to make spreading butter a stylish experience.
These are a beautiful way to store items in your kitchen or to display flowers.
These forged hooks are a simple and stylish way to hang up your kitchen apron. Functional minimalist kitchen accessories like these are really eye catching!
I continue to be fascinated by origami and I’m terrible at it. These origami cups are a great way to embrace origami into your life without having to do it.
Store your rings, air plants, or even succulents in these small concrete plates. Or, use them for dipping sauce or soy sauce the next time you cook.
There was a time when it was common to have a cream and sugar set on every kitchen table. Maybe it’s time to put this set on your table.
Do you just have your garlic on your kitchen counter like I do? Then we both need this simple garlic keeper.
Uplevel your tissue box with a linen tissue box cover.
I’m mildly obsessed with these mini succulent planters. They are so darn cute. And, maybe, these planters will give me an excuse to pick up more succulents too!
In this digital world, it’s weird to think about embracing an analog device. This is the analog clock that you need in your life.
These tealight holders are absolutely stunning. Gold decorates the interior and adds to the ambience of any room that you may use them in. As always with candles, be safe!
Are you inspired by the plating techniques of your favorite chefs? Recreate your favorite dishes with these wooden plates.
If you’re mildly obsessed with having beautiful containers in your home, add this minimalist rope bowl to your list. Store small fitness equipment, magazines, or other items in this bowl.
If you need a little more color in your life even as a minimalist, these gold splatter planters are a fun way to spice up your kitchen.
Keep your papers from flying off your table with these concrete ball paperweights.
If you love to snack then this small wooden ash bowl may be a nice way to share a snack.
This geometric plywood wall hanging is a cool piece of art for the kitchen that needs a little more style.
Do you hate how ugly most bottle openers are? This circular bottle opener will make opening your next bottle of beer or Topo Chico so much easier to do.
Every cafe seems to have this glass carafe on their tables. Add this carafe to your must have items for your kitchen.
I have a ridiculous number of chopsticks at home and I use them often. These chopstick rests are a must have in my home.
If you have boring glass spice containers and can’t figure out which spice is which, these spice labels will keep you organized.
Store your fruit, books, or other items in this simple wooden container.
Fresh baked bread is a wonderful treat, but it can be tricky keeping it from going stale. Store your next baguette in this linen bread bag. It’s also eco friendly as well.
One of the prettiest ways to display small items is a simple wooden hanging shelf.
Keep your pantry organized with these wooden pantry tags.
With the world’s renewed focus on hand washing, dispense your soap in these glass soap dispensers.
Normally veggie or fruit bowls are made of wood or a white bowl. This black concrete bowl takes displaying your fruit to the next level.
Keep your food fresh with these reusable beeswax food wraps. They also are a great way to be eco friendly as well.
If you’re a toothpick user, this toothpick holder is a minimalist’s storage dream.
Keep your utensils organized with this concrete utensil holder with a simple splash of color on the bottom.
Extend your kitchen storage and kitchen space with this wooden kitchen island. The only downside is that it doesn’t have wheels on the bottom.
For the tea obsessed having a tea box to keep your favorite teas organized is a must.
I used to live in Paris and one of my favorite activities was buying fresh bread. This linen baguette bag would have been great for carrying all of that bread around.
Every once in a while I find myself amazed by all of the chopsticks I’ve managed to collect over the years. This chopstick storage will keep my growing collection organized.
This wine rack is so cool and unusual and uses wall space versus floor space which can keep things nice and tidy in smaller spaces.
If you’re washing your hands all the time, then you’ll need to keep paper towels close by. This magnetic paper towel holder uses wall space to keep your paper towels out of the way.
Display your succulent plants, a favorite photo, or cool piece of art on this small but mighty shelf.
Do you have any idea how this bottle holder works? If you figure it out will you let me know? One thing I do know is that it’s a fabulous minimalist kitchen accessory!
The next time you make a cup of tea, grab one of these colorful ceramic spoons to stir in the sugar and cream.
Keep your counters tidy while cooking with minimalist style kitchen accessory for your spoons!
One of the most annoying things about cooking is straining water out a pot and losing the pasta, vegetables, etc. falling out and into the sink. These wooden strainers will help you avoid that problem.
This stunning analog clock is a wonderful way to keep the time in your kitchen. Mounted wall pieces like this are excellent minimalist style kitchen accessories!
These are my two favorite candles for 2020.
One of the nicest things about eating a meal with friends and family is the ability to relax and chat for as long as you like. This “stay awhile” kitchen art encompasses that feeling.
Enjoy your next cup of tea or coffee in this lovely ceramic jug. Or, use it as a milk dispenser. Little touches like these make the perfect minimalist style kitchen accessory.
These ceramic baking bowls are a lovely gift for someone special in your life.
Minimalist style kitchen accessories are a wonderful way to beautify your home using simple, tasteful pieces that create a big impact. What’s also nice about minimalist decor is how small pieces make a big difference in the look. If you add a vase of flowers or a unique piece to a minimalist kitchen, they immediately become beautiful focal points.