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These little glasses fit nicely in your hand and are just the right size for sharing a big bottle of Duvel.
-- Anna Kovel, food editor
Opus beer glasses, by Rosendahl; shophorne.com.
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These blankets have a classic design, but unlike vintage versions, they're big enough for queen-size beds.
-- Elizabeth Adler, collecting editor
MacAusland's wool throws, store.archivalclothing.com.
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The perfect work tote: beautiful and lightweight, but roomy enough to carry my chunky files.
-- Tanya Graff, style editor
La Tropezienne, seeviver.com.
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Cavatelli is the one pasta I make myself, since most stores don't sell the real stuff -- with ricotta in the dough. This maker is simple to use and turns out amazing cavatelli.
-- Christine Albano, food editor
Cavatelli Maker, by CucinaPro; amazon.com.
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"At just over a foot long, this wishbone is a great — and affordable — focal piece. I keep one on my coffee table, and guests always ask about it."
-- Rebecca Robertson, decorating editor
Gold wishbone, jaysonhome.com.
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I love that these pot holders are made from sailcloth. A creative reinvention of a material does not go unnoticed in the crafts department!
-- Blake Ramsey, crafts editor
Sailcloth pot holders, alderco.bigcartel.com.
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"I like to mix menswear items into my wardrobe, and army green goes with everything, even pink.
-- Tanya Moskowitz, art director
Vintage field army watch, by Timex; jcrew.com.
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This wall-mounted nightstand saves space, and I can put my book on the “roof” before I nod off.
-- Carla Gonzalez-Hart, assistant style editor
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These notebooks are the perfect size for lists and recipes, with space to tape pictures of dishes I’m going to make -- someday.
-- Kristen Flanagan, assistant editor
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I love this light’s industrial but almost handmade quality. The space over my dining table needs it, now.
-- Daniel Biasatti, design director
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Aluminum Food-Storage Box
It’s sleek and grown-up looking and also super lightweight. But it’s also sturdy enough to keep my lunch from getting crushed in the office refrigerator.
-- Miranda Van Gelder, deputy editor
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The packaging on these soaps is so lovely, they’re my new favorite housewarming gift -- no extra wrapping necessary.
-- Yolanda Edwards, editor at large
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Flexible Power Strip
This smartly designed power strip loops around furniture legs and can handle bulky chargers.
-- Anthony Santelli, senior home editor
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Between packing backpacks and lunches in the morning, this is the one adult thing my husband and I indulge in: a coffeehouse-quality cappuccino, with foam and all.
-- Jennifer Aaronson, food editorial director
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