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Whether you're looking for the latest in cookware or trying to furnish your entire home, there are a lot of home brands to turn to. Thankfully, we're here to share our favorite finds directly with you.
Each month, MyDomaine editors have brought you the latest and greatest in home décor. As 2020 was a year filled with challenges and uncertainty, we, along with our friends at The Spruce, are sharing the one thing that brought us the most comfort at home this year. Keep scrolling to see which products we loved the most.
"This purchase just screams 2020 to me. This past year will be remembered for so many reasons, including the curation of at-home work stations. I am obsessed with this transparent, adjustable, window-mounted standing desk because it disappears into our space, and it's super convenient as a secondary location for getting some work done. My husband and I take turns using it throughout the day." — Mélanie Berliet, general manager
"During a time where comfy, yet polished loungewear has become so essential, this is the one piece I come back to over and over again. The fleece is so cozy, but the sweatshirt is presentable enough for video calls; it's a win-win!" — Candace Madonna, visual editor
"I'm always cold, and the prospect of moving my entire social life outdoors this winter was not a pleasant one. If only I had a wearable, heavy duty blanket, I thought. And then, dear reader, the product of my dreams revealed itself: Kammok's Mountain Blanket, a plush, fleece-lined, water-repellent blanket that can also, yes, be worn as a poncho. My friends laughed, but I recently spent five hours around a fire pit in below 30 degree weather and did not feel cold, so I think I made the right choice." — Nicole Lund, commerce editor
"Of all the things I loved and used most this year, my subscription to Melissa Wood Health has by far been my favorite. Not commuting into work has granted me a lot of time in the morning, and while exercising was low on my priority list before quarantine, it has quickly become my favorite habit and first thing I do after waking up. Melissa Wood's exercises are low impact, yet extremely effective—I definitely break a sweat during every session." — Kim Carvalho, associate social media editor
"This year, like so many of us, I've spent way more time at home than I normally would, and I consider myself a homebody. This diffuser has helped energize my space and give some structure to my days. It has two settings: one that will release scent constantly for about four hours, and the other will diffuse intermittently for eight. I've been using the second setting during the work day, with hints of grapefruit and spruce perking me up through long meetings or workloads. At night, I'll diffuse some lavender or eucalyptus to help me wind down." — Caroline Utz, associate editor
"I invested in a lot of loungewear and athletic clothing in 2020, but my Allbirds Tree Dashers have definitely seen the most use. They’re super comfortable to wear, whether I’m going for a 2-mile walk in the suburbs or running errands in Brooklyn. The uncluttered design (hint: no logos or graphics) and neutral color scheme are perfect for pairing with dark jeans, colored leggings, and just about anything else! Plus, I can throw them in the washing machine to keep them stain free." — Katherine Louie, commerce editor
"Self-care looked a bit different this year. I chose to paint-and-sip! I enjoyed many bottles of this incredible wine during quarantine/pandemic madness. The best part of this mindful purchase is the fact that I'm buying from a Black female-owned small business. It was one of the many Black-owned businesses I decided to support. I continue with my 15% pledge with a glass of their amazing zinfandel in hand." — Jamie Abarca, editorial projects coordinator
"This might my most random purchase of 2020, but these timer-powered votives have brought me so much joy. They sit in pretty mercury votive holders throughout my house and at 5 each night they turn on, giving my home a nice warm and cozy glow. They look so real too; you wouldn't even guess they weren't real candles. They stay on for six hours and then are off for 18. I swear, every night they bring a smile to my face." — Dwyer Frame, senior editorial director, commerce
"This stove definitely extended our summer. It not only kept us warm once the temperature started dropping, but it definitely added to the charm of the evenings. We also will likely be moving soon and the fact that it's very portable is a serious pro." — Margot Cavin, photo producer, The Spruce
"This sequel to An Absolutely Remarkable Thing was the perfect quarantine read for me—it was engrossing, funny, and thought-provoking. It was also weirder and wilder than real life, making it a great distraction when I was overwhelmed with the news or feeling cooped up because of social distancing. Most of all, I appreciated reading something that made me laugh out loud on one page and think deeply about how I use social media and technology on the next." — Kate Geraghty, commerce editor
"I got these coupes in October, and they totally changed my quarantine cocktail game. Not only do they look sophisticated on my bar cart, they also served as inspiration to experiment more, which made cocktail hour a creative activity. I learned I love honey simple syrup in anything." — Emma Glubiak, social media editor, The Spruce
"By far, one of the best decisions I made in 2020 was subscribing to the Book of the Month club. My book-loving heart (I used to stay in and clean the class library during recess) was thriving this year having good books by my side throughout quarantine and times of stress. Having a curated selection of books to choose from each month is incredible, and I can't wait to continue my subscription in the new year." — Mia Ingui, editorial assistant
"I bought this tray back in April, and it still brings me joy every day. I've rotated it from my living room to my dining room to my kitchen and back, and it truly works in any room. I filled it with mini pumpkins for the fall and now for the holidays, I'm using it to house a pretty display of red and green ornaments on my coffee table. It was hands down the best decor purchase I made this year." — Karli Bendlin, email editor