Cozies for cans and bottles have become pretty popular over the years, but something you may not have heard of are cozies for tea kettles. With the same idea in mind, tea cozies are designed to keep the contents of your teapot from getting cold. Typically made of cloth, these cozies can easily be slipped on and off of your teapot when necessary. Sure, they may seem a little silly, but tea cozies can be actually be fun. They come in lots of creative and quirky designs and they can be an unexpected way to add a little more of your personality to your kitchen. Here are 10 cozies to keep your teapot warm.
Do you like a little lemon with your tea? If so, you’ll be a fan of this adorable little lemon tea cosy.
Designed to fit an eight-cup standard teapot, this cozy was “Handmade, lined and padded to ensure warmth.”
If you want a tea cosy, but aren’t looking for anything too decorative this simple black cosy is for you. It’s made with polyester thermal padding to keep your tea warm for a long time, and it’s machine washable to make regular cleaning very easy.
With this cosy, your tea kettle is sure to turn more than a few heads any time someone walks into your kitchen.
Tea cozies can be fun, and this little sheep themed cozy is the perfect item to bring a little fun and humor into your kitchen.
Designed to look like a kitchen, this tea cosy is creative and cool. Unlike other items, this cosy has an opening for the handle and spout which means you can still use your teapot while the cosy is on.
With a “thick insulated lining” there’s no doubt that this cosy will keep your team warm. When it comes to cleaning, getting any stains or spills of this cosy will be a breeze. Despite being hand-made, it can still be washed in the machine.
This tea cosy can blend in very well with your space thanks to a delicate and simple floral design.
If tea is one of your favorite beverages (which it might just be if you enjoy making it in a kettle), this cosy with a tea-inspired quote is perfect for you.
With a bright yellow design, this cosy will definitely steal the show as soon as you slip it onto your teapot.