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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 are bringing you the latest and greatest in home décor. From a new launch we can't stop obsessing over or a great deal we found on a must-have product, these are the things that made us happier at home last month. Keep scrolling to see which home goods made the list.
Bridget Mallon, associate editorial director
"After trying Parachute's new line of spa towels, I'm officially a convert. Made from a super soft, fluffy-but-not-too-fluffy cotton-linen terry, these towels make drying off feel like an indulgence. Hot tip: spring for the oversized bath sheet instead of the standard towel size for an even more elevated experience. The extra inches really make a difference."
"Anthropologie's newest collaboration with Clare V. is decidedly delightful. Inspired by the work Pablo Picasso produced during his time in Cannes, as well as Clare Vivier's own French holidays, the designs will add that certain je ne sais quoi to your home or wardrobe. I keep this little tray on my desk at home, and can't help but smile every time I see it. Cheeky and trés chic? What could be better."
"The entire Jennifer Fisher x CB2 collaboration is a thing of beauty, filled with marble details and sleek shapes. This tabletop storage piece immediately caught my eye and now lives happily on my bedroom dresser. And while jewelry storage is far from a novel concept, I've never seen it done in such a stylish way. The black marble and tiered design really take it up a notch. My collection has never been more organized (or looked better)."
Caroline Utz, associate editor
Pretty Simple Cooking: 100 Delicious Vegetarian Recipes to Make You Fall in Love with Real Food by Sonja and Alex Overhiser
"For me, 2020 is the year of cooking at home more often. In my teeny tiny kitchen, I've been trying to whip up new dishes every week. I follow a mostly vegetarian diet, and this cookbook by the husband-and-wife duo behind the popular blog A Couple Cooks has been an absolute lifesaver. Before I found this handy guide, I'd been struggling to find vegetarian recipes that were flavorful, full of ingredients I could actually find in the grocery store, and not just some variation of pasta. This cookbook is full of delicious, easy, and totally unexpected recipes I can whip up in a small space in not a lot of time. I'm even writing this review while eating my leftover chipotle black bean soup from last night - yum!"
Prepdeck Prep System
"Ok, this is officially the coolest thing I've ever seen. I've been reading a lot about the art of "mise en place," or having everything prepped and organized before you start cooking. It takes a lot of the stress out of the process, as you're not frantically trying to chop onions before your olive oil burns. This prep system from Prepdeck is your ultimate guide to nailing your set-up. The lid folds out into a cutting board, revealing 15 food containers for prepping (all with measurement markers!) Not impressed yet? It also comes with a grater, zester, juicer, garlic crusher, peeler, julienne peeler, green stripper and bottle opener, that all conveniently fit inside the container. Did I mention that there's a trash and storage drawer too? I'm officially obsessed.
Garnier Skin Active Micellar Cleansing Water
"I have fairly dry and sensitive skin, so I was pretty sure double cleansing wasn't for me, but I also wanted to make sure I wasn't going to sleep with any makeup residue on my skin. This micellar cleansing water is now the first step in my nighttime routine. It's so gentle, feels hydrating, and actually removes mascara. I follow it up with my jelly cleanser and moisturizer and I'm good to go!"
Kim Carvalho, associate social media editor
Project 62 Stainless Steel Silverware Set in Champagne
"I've always been a big fan of gold flatware. I think it looks so stunning in different tablescapes and adds a pretty detail to any dinner party. I've found that some gold sets of flatware can be this bright and fake looking gold, making it appear very cheaply made, but I've found the absolute perfect shade in this flatware set. The set is in the color "champagne" and it's the perfect happy medium between gold and silver and is so subtle. I love the look it adds to my table when I'm having family and friends over."
Caraway Cookware Set
"The team at MyDomaine are huge fans of the Caraway pan sets, so I was super eager to try them out. I found that the hype is very well deserved. These pans are a total game changer. As someone who absolutely loves cooking, I have found that they make the act of cooking itself more enjoyable, the food tastes better (or maybe it's just my years of practice finally showing for it), and cleanup is a breeze. And to make things even better, my pots and pans cabinet has never been more organized."
Haven's Kitchen Sauces
"As previously mentioned, I definitely love to cook and these sauces have been so exciting to play around with. My personal favorites are the Herby Chimichurri and the Red Pepper Romesco sauce. I've found myself always trying to find a reason or a recipe to top or mix these sauces into this month."
Karli Bendlin, email editor
12 Cube Organizer Shelf
"If these cubed shelves are giving you college dorm room flashbacks, you’re not alone. But hear me out: they can actually look super chic if styled correctly. I’ve recently given this Target staple another chance, but instead of using only the intended cube organizer bins, I’ve filled the squares with stacks of my favorite coffee table books, prettiest glassware, and other stray decor elements that needed a home. I did add two of the bins, and use those to stash random clutter in a pinch before guests arrive."
Fur-Zoff Pet Hair Removal Tool
"While this may not be the most aesthetically pleasing item I’ve added to my home, it’s for sure the one that's made my life easier. I have three rescue dogs, and they somehow manage to shed what feels like a full coat of hair every day on my couch. After trying every vacuum, duster, and lint roller out there, I finally found the solution in this strange grey rectangle. I run it across a section of my couch, and it collects all the hair in a neat pile after just one swipe. It only takes a few minutes, and keeps me from turning into the Lorax every time I sit down."