Before most people were familiar with Ikea, they knew Scandinavian design through Jens Quistgaard—the man behind Kobenstyle cookware—a 1950s fixture. Now that style is back, in the form of this bold red four quart Kobenstyle Casserole.
Honestly, it's the kind of thing you could have probably inherited from your grandmother, but if you didn't have the foresight to snag it from her before her last garage sale, you can grab this bright red piece from the MoMA Design Store for $100. The original line also inspired cutlery, tableware, saucepans, and other kitchen designs, so you'll probably be able to pick up other items along the way that coordinate. Style always repeats itself, and sometimes that's perfectly fine. [MoMA Design Store]