The next season of The Great British Baking Show is out now, and all those delectable treats and beautiful cookware may have you hankering to recreate the iconic baking tent in your own home. While not all the products featured in the show are available in the Western Hemisphere, there are still lots of ways to bring the look and feel of the GBBS to your kitchen:
Pastel Shaker Cabinets
Creamy pastels are the name of the game in all The Great British Baking Show decor, starting with the workstation cabinets. You can find this classic shaker cabinet style every season in mint greens and baby blues. You could certainly have a whole new set of cabinets installed like these from Seconds and Surplus that ship nationwide and range in price from $99 to $407 per piece, but if you’re not looking to completely gut your kitchen or if you already have shaker-style cupboards, a fresh coat of paint in one of the show’s iconic colors will do just fine.
Pink KitchenAid Stand Mixer
The hues might vary from season to season, but a KitchenAid stand mixer is a definite staple of the GBBS kitchen. This one in pale pink has a 5-quart capacity and 10 different speeds. Plus, if pink isn’t your jam, it comes in 20 different shades. It retails for $429.99 on the KitchenAid website, but you can often find sales on other sites.
The old-school look of these microwaves is so chic, but unfortunately they’re pretty hard to find in the U.S. Alternatively, you could try this similar model for $149.99 from Lowe’s. It’s a 900-Watt, 0.9-cubic feet machine in seafoam green that’s so cute, you’ll want to cook everything in it, even bread like granny Nancy from season 5.
No GBBS kitchen would be complete without one of those adorable retro Smeg refrigerators. The on-set model is the Smeg FAB30 series, and while it’s not currently listed on the company website, the FAB32 version is similar and available from retailers like Williams Sonoma, West Elm, and Crate & Barrel. They come in 8 colors, too, including the muted blue and green hues highlighted on the show.
Magimix Food Processor
These powerhouse machines work hard and fast to help the contestants prep their amazing culinary creations. Available from places like Wayfair, Houzz, and Zola, this 12-quart model at Williams Sonoma retails for $299.95 and comes with a host of attachments and bowl sizes for any baking project.
GreenPan Ceramic Cookware
The show has used several different brands of cookware over the years, but the GreenPan ceramic collection has definitely been in the mix a lot. These aluminum pots and pans are non-stick and scratch resistant. You can buy an 11-piece set on the company website with all the must-haves for $499.99.
We all salivate over the Neff slide-and-hide ovens on the show, but so far, they’ve not made it across the pond. Contestants also frequently use the handy Neff proving drawer to help their dough rise perfectly. While the Neff brand is not available in the States, many other companies have comparable products, like this slow cook warming drawer from KitchenAid. Selling for $1,699, it can warm dough, act as a chafing dish, and even take the place of a countertop slow cooker.
Creating culinary wonders like the folks on The Great British Baking Show can indeed be a reality in your home with a few of these fun additions, so that all your biscuits and sponges are worthy of being called “nice bakes.”