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Nordstrom’s Kitchen Staples Are Prettier Than Your Average Cookware

The department store’s latest “pop-in” collection is a visual feast

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You probably don’t associate Nordstrom with playful, minimalist kitchenware. But for the next month that’s exactly what you’ll see if you walk into any of the nine Nordstrom locations participating in the Pop-In@Nordstrom Eats More shop.

Nordstrom is selling a collection of Instagram-ready kitchen essentials in-store as well as on a dedicated online page as part of the Pop-In@Nordstrom series, a series of pop-ups — “shopping experiences” — curated by the store’s vice president of creative projects, Olivia Kim. Each revolves around a specific theme (tech, Korean beauty, dogs) or brand (Allbirds, The North Face, Everlane). Back in 2016, Pop-In@Nordstrom featured a food and kitchenware collection called Eats; Eats More is the follow-up.

The “Eats More” collection is divided into three categories: home, wellness, and kitchen. The home section includes attractive kitchen staples like a pastel porcelain tray and whimsical picks like a candle that smells like weed. “Wellness” features soap and supplements, including, of course, Goop products. But the kitchen section is the one to get most excited about, with products like a “reversible” marble and wood serving board and color-coded Opinel knives that are all so pretty, you won’t feel guilty if you never put them away.

Here are some favorite picks from the Pop-In@Nordstrom Eats More shop. The collection is available through July 8th, when another Pop-In will take its place.