It’s no secret that Taylor Swift has a cult following. This recently became even more apparent when Jack Antonoff shared a photo of the artist in his kitchen. Fans initially presumed that the cooking space was Taylor’s - thus instigating some next-level internet sleuthing in a quest to find the glistening kitchenware behind her.
There were the usual suspects: a copper cookware set, the coveted Le Creuset Demi Kettle... really what you might expect from those who frequent the best home decor stores. But the point of intrigue here are the details: what color, and what size?! These are celebrity-certified items we’re talking about, so it’s time to get granular - if not for the sake of copying, for inspiration. Continue along for the exact items we clocked from that fabulous kitchen (Jack, you have great style).
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Splatterware Mug & Dinnerware Set
Not everyone’s cup of tea - or should we say coffee (pun definitely intended), but there’s no denying the artistic charm of this splatter paint design. Since we know Taylor frequently collaborates with Jack and enjoys the occasional hot beverage, one can assume that she’s sipped from one of these mugs before. Surprisingly versatile, this set would pair nicely with other earth-toned kitchenware, anything brown or terracotta - bonus points if its stoneware, which would look particularly lovely. If you're not a fan of the brown splatter design, this collection offers orange, green, and beige varieties, too.
Mauviel Copper 12-Piece Cookware Set
Copper cookware is somewhat of a status symbol. Not only is it beautiful, but the material offers unrivaled temperature control. In fact, this Mauviel professional copper cookware is so superior that it's been a mainstay within French kitchens since the early 1800’s. Boasting a whopping twelve pieces, this set offers all the variety you could ever need - chicly, we might add.
Le Creuset Classic Demi Tea Kettle
Even if you don’t cook, you definitely know Le Crueset. The brand’s tea kettle in particular is one of its best-sellers, so we’re unsurprised to learn that Jack has one in his kitchen. The artist’s pick is a stunning marseille blue, although the item is offered in a variety of color options as well. It's a lovely accent to his neutral splatterware plates and a compelling contrast to his warm-toned copper cookware. Achieve a similar, intentionally mismatched effect by selecting the kettle in a hue distinct from the rest of your cookware collection.
Jack Antonoff Inspired Buys
If you're fond of Jack's rustic kitchen decor, here are six similar pieces to consider.
As much as we love the Mauviel copper cookware set, this one by Cuisinart is a more affordable alternative. Currently discounted for under $200, this set offers the same elevated look with comparable heat performance.
We think Jack would love this statement kettle. With its sleek construction and unique marigold yellow hue, it's hard to take your eyes off of this striking piece.
We love the look of these earthy mugs from Anthropologie. Crafted from hand thrown ceramic, this mug set has 'Jack' written all over it.
This Le Creuset cast iron skillet matches the color of Jack's kettle. The two would make a lovely pair on a stovetop.
We know Jack likes two things: mugs and copper - and what does copper + mug equal? Moscow Mule. Coming in a set of two, these gorgeous mugs would make for a lovely gift.
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Formerly covering fashion at L’Officiel USA, style maven Julia Demer brings her love of design to Livingetc’s world of interiors. As the title’s Style Editor, Julia's work reflects a sharp eye for detail and an innate passion for aesthetics. Her journey began with a strong foundation in design, honing her craft at renowned establishments like The Row and even establishing her own eponymous fashion brand. Julia’s design background is evident in the way she thoughtfully curates shopping edits, always maintaining a focus on emerging trends while preserving timeless sensibilities. For Julia, fashion and interiors go hand in hand, reflecting her lifelong commitment to perfecting the art of style.
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