Seven things to class up your kitchen before Thanksgiving

From a refined juicer, to a castle-inspired tile, these items are top of the class. 

By Bryan Anthony
Photo credit: Yuppie Chef
Main Squeeze

Fresh-squeezed orange juice will never be the same once you start using this brightly lacquered juicer. Bugatti juicer ($280 at Yuppie Chef)

Photo credit: Image courtesy of Lekker Home
Building Blocks

Protect your favorite blades with this bamboo knife block. Whether you want to put away your regular steak knives or your professional cutlery, the free-form skewers allow for a variety of storing options. Ekobo knife block ( from $55 at Lekker Home)

Photo credit: Image courtesy of Tile Vera
Painted Perfection

Designed with the famed Hearst Castle in mind, these tiles are hand-painted and fit for someone with a cultivated eye. Hearst Castle collection ($47 per tile at Tile Vera)

Photo credit: Image courtesy of Haus Interior
Worth the Weight

Silver and brass embossed, this vintage scale will add a rustic-yet-sophisticated vibe to any kitchen. Vintage scale ($275 at Haus Interior)

Photo credit: Image courtesy of La Cornue
Rising Temperatures

Broil, bake, stew and saute in style with the help of this luxurious cooker from La Corneu. The convection oven and five gas burners cater to all of your cooking needs. The 1908 cooker ($14,500 at La Cornue)

Photo credit: Image courtesy of Ford Lininger
Grab a Seat

Fly high with this red and gold barstool! With leather upholstered seats and gold metal legs, you will be pleased to offer your guests a seat with these fabulous barstools. Gavilan barstool ($3,000 at Ford Lininger)

Photo credit: Image courtesy of Suzanne Tucker Home
Best Dishes

Make a statement at your next dinner party. These intricately-designed dishes from Suzanne Tucker add warmth to the table. San Marco collection by Suzanne Tucker Home for Royal Limoges (from $45 at Suzanne Tucker Home)

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