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This was probably the worst part of it because you need So. Many. Things., not even counting food. It was especially painful because I’d just gotten a nice dining set when I moved into my last place, so having to pick up a bunch of new things that I will (hopefully) not use for very long was just the worst to spend money on. I picked mostly everything up at Target and Ikea, per usual.
- Set of silverware, $1.50 (BONUS from Ikea, but not recommended if you do not have a] a TINY mouth or b] a GIANT one)
- Three cups, ~$3
- Two plates, ~$3
- Two bowls, ~$4
- Two mugs, $.75 (I was lucky to catch a few things from the Target dollar spot at 70% off)
- Wine bottle opener, pizza cutter, slotted spoon, spatula, mixing bowl, colander, $.30 each
- Wine bottle stoppers, $.75
- Small trash can, $.88
- Swiffer, $10
- Dustpan, $3
- Utensil holder, $4
- Silverware drawer, $.98
- Oven mitten, $6
- Measuring spoons, $4.48
- Pitcher, $4
- Blender, $1.50 (no kidding, new in the box from Target)
- Pizza pan, $5
- Set of frying pan and pot, $7.50
- Knives, $3
- Cutting board, $1
I think that’s really all I got to outfit the kitchen. I moved down with a juicer, a ton of Mason jars and a set of food storage, and that’s about it. Not huge spending, but certainly nothing really fun either. Kitchen spending was roughly $70… ew.