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Hasselbrink likes to scour thrift stores for playful kitchen accessories. Online shops like Etsy are another good resource for out-of-the-ordinary supplies. Of course, she'll occasionally peruse San Francisco's latest and greatest — a little shop called Pot and Pantry is one of her recent favorites. "The owner has a keen eye for gorgeous items," she says. A few fun prints dress-up one of Hasselbrink's kitchen walls. The California poster is part of Jon Holcomb's United Plates series. The How to Make Wine poster is by Wendy MacNaughton, which Hasselbrink scored at a pop-up event at the SF MOMA.Tip: Add a personal touch. Accenting with unique tchotchkes and artwork is an easy way to give a bland kitchen your own personal touch. Try going to thrift stores instead of your usual home good shops to find one-of-a-kind items with a bit of extra style. Simple white thrifted pitchers keep favorite tools within easy reach. Her beloved chef's knife is the most used thing she owns. "I also really love cast-iron skillets and well-worn wooden spoons," she says. Tip: Storage with personality. Cute containers like these are another attractive storage solution for small kitchens. If you've run out of drawer space, pop your most-used items in a fun jar or vase.