According to , the pastel-everything trend caught fire in summer 2016. Millennial-approved hues range from "beige with just a touch of blush to a peach-salmon hybrid." We're down with the idea, because the kitchen items ahead would sure look pretty on our countertops!
Yes, it's eye candy for your countertop, but this iconic appliance is a kitchen staple for anyone who regularly bakes. If you've got limited counter space, check out the (also available in pale pink).
If you're in the market for a new colander, consider this attractive 5-quart model from KitchenAid. Who wouldn't want to bathe their pasta and veggies in Millennial pink?
Making ice cream from scratch lets you control the quality of ingredients – and to experiment with recipes. If you want your millennial pink ice cream to match your millennial pink appliance, toss in strawberries and some of .
Talk about on-trend! These gorgeous glass water bottles are all the rage with the athleisure crowd — not to mention bkr's .
You can never have enough spatulas in the kitchen – but this one happens to be one of the best. The pink silicone can take the heat, so go ahead and use it to scramble eggs, stir sauces or flip burgers.
These ceramic measuring cups are irresistible. You'll want to start baking everything from scratch just to put them to work!
Caffeine with a side of compliments? Sign us up. If you aren't a coffee or tea drinker, this 18-ounce mug with gold foiled lettering is large enough for soup, cereal or a generous portion of ice cream.
Made of enameled cast iron, this classic pot is the go-to for soups, stews and roasts thanks to its perfectly even heating pattern. Not to mention it'll make a gorgeous kitchen centerpiece for those who don't cook often.
Use Kuhn Rikon's 4-inch paring knife to make quick work of small tasks, like hulling strawberries or trimming green beans.
Put out this tea kettle next time you play hostess and watch your girlfriends go gaga for its pale pink hue. Want to up the trend ante? Just add matcha.
Look to this sweet Smeg toaster to add a stylish retro vibe to your kitchen – and to brighten up an otherwise dull breakfast.
Plug in Cuisinart's hot air popcorn maker before your next movie night and watch it make cup after cup in less than five minutes. Coat in butter, inhale, repeat.
Casual bakers will love this cheery hand mixer from Hamilton Beach. The decorating kit includes frosting tips and bags, paper cupcake liners, an icing spatula and a recipe book!
Check out these 12 x 8" square dinner plates next time you're entertaining a crowd but don't want to break the bank on new tableware. They can double as serving dishes, plus they're super photogenic.
This small but mighty food processor will chop an onion, mince a handful of herbs or grind up parmesan cheese in seconds. And it's just so darn cute!
The Technivorm Moccamaster comes as close to perfection as any automatic drip coffeemaker on the market. It brews 10 cups of coffee fast, heats water to optimal temperatures for bringing out the best flavor in the grinds, and keeps your java hot for up to an hour.