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While we’re not entirely certain salt and pepper shakers qualify as a furniture find, these sets were simply too good to pass up. Whether you’re looking for a modern, sophisticated design or an aww-inducing duo, our roundup has got you covered.

1. Two-piece marble salt and pepper shaker set from CB2, $17.95

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Interior designers are mad about marble this season. Integrate the trend into your kitchen without spending a fortune by snatching up a set of these hexagon shape salt and pepper shakers in white or grey Banswara marble.

2. Peas pass the salt shaker set from ModCloth, $21.99

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These adorable ceramic green peas go together like…well, you know. The set includes a matching pea pod dish, and each shaker has a small magnet on the bottom so it doesn’t go rolling away.

3. Mohawk salt and pepper shakers from Jonathan Adler, $48

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Relive your punk days with these mohawk salt and pepper shakers from Jonathan Adler. As an adult, you may find yourself coaching recreational soccer instead of fronting a kick-ass band, but that’s okay. This sculptural set will allow you to relish your former glory.

4. Maple pinch bowls set from Urban Outfitters, $39

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If refilling salt and pepper shakers is a chore you want no part in, these these pinch bowl sets are perfect for leveraging your laziness. They’re handcrafted by Peg + Awl, a designer duo from Philadelphia who create jewelry, home decor, art and other items from antique reclaimed materials.

5. Geo salt and pepper shakers from West Elm, $24

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Shape up your seasonings with this metallic set from West Elm. Available in a gold or silver finish, the shakers will add instant character to your dining table.

6. Kate Spade New York ‘About Town’ building salt and pepper set, $34 kate spade

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We’re die-hard urbanites here at BuzzBuzzHome News, which explains why we’re obsessed with these two charming cityscapes in white porcelain. The set is part of Kate Spade’s ‘About Town’ collection, available at Hudson’s Bay.

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