How to copy the chef’s VERY covetable kitchenware for less with lookalike gadgets

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KitchenAid's £739 device is more glamorous howeverIt’s not just Nigella’s food that fans have been salivating over while watching her new TV show.

Viewers are also coveting the TV chef’s designer kitchen that is showcased on her BBC2 series At My Table – a studio recreation of the one she has at home.

From gorgeous gadgets to useful utensils, fans want it all.

But many of the items on display come with a high price tag, such as her rose gold KitchenAid stand mixer, which would cost you £739. 

However there is a way to copy Nigella’s kitchen look for much, much less.

Lookalike items have been spied at bargain stores – and now FEMAIL can reveal below the best discount buys on offer so you can recreate the culinary superstar’s kitchen in your own home.

Wilko’s Copper Effect Stand Mixer is a steal at £60 (left) – far, far cheaper than its designer counterpart by KitchenAid, which costs £739 (right). It may not look quite as glamorous as the one in Nigella’s kitchen, but Wilko’s version is certainly not ugly and your bank balance will thank you for it

Nigella's kitchen has been the envy of fans ever since her new series At My Table began on BBC last week

Nigella’s kitchen has been the envy of fans ever since her new series At My Table began on BBC last week

Fans have been eyeing up the gadgets and gizmos on display in Nigella’s very glamorous show kitchen since the first episode of her new series aired last week.

The £739 rose gold KitchenAid was low in stock by the next day on Selfridge’s website, with viewers very eager to get their hands on the glamorous device to copy Nigella’s kitchen.

This week, Daily Mail columnist Jan Moir raved about all the different luxurious items that could complete the look.

But if you were to buy every item, the bill would quickly rack up to more than £1,300.

These bargain lookalikes won’t eat up your bank balance, however, as all of them cost under £60 while still giving you Nigella’s dream kitchen.

In fact, buying all the items will only cost you a little more than £200 – a fraction of the price you would pay for the real deals.

Nigella keeps straight face with her TOOLBOX full of liquoricel

Magimix's £139.99 two-slot clear toaster would certainly be a stylish talking point in your kitchen, particularly as Nigella owns one too

But if you are on a budget, a Daewoo version is on sale for £29.99 at Robert Dyas

Magimix’s £139.99 two-slot clear toaster (left) would certainly be a stylish talking point in your kitchen, particularly as Nigella owns one too. But if you are on a budget, a Daewoo version is on sale for £29.99 at Robert Dyas (right)

Once again, Wilko impresses with a cutlery set in the most fashionable colour of the hour, rose gold. The 16-piece set costs just £25

Wilko's version is a lot cheaper than Nigella's set by Viners which is on sale at Argos for £87.99

Once again, Wilko impresses with a cutlery set in the most fashionable colour of the hour, rose gold. The 16-piece set (left) costs just £25 – a lot cheaper than Nigella’s version by Viners which is on sale at Argos for £87.99 (right)

M&S stocks a cast iron casserole dish (pictured) that is not dissimilar to Le Creuset's iconic dish in teal that Nigella displays in her kitchen

However M&S's dish is just £55, compared to the £139 to £249 price tag the Le Creuset (pictured) sells for

M&S stocks a cast iron casserole dish (left) that is not dissimilar to Le Creuset’s iconic dish in teal that Nigella displays in her kitchen (right). However M&S’s dish is just £55, compared to the £139 to £249 price tag the Le Creuset sells for

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