18 of the Best Home Products From November 2022

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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. As November was a time to begin cozying our homes for the holidays, we, along with our friends at The Spruceare sharing the things that brought us joy and comfort in our homes. Keep scrolling to see which products we loved the most.

Burrow Index Wall Shelf

Burrow Index Wall Shelf

Courtesy of Burrow

"This shelf is minimal but functional. I love that it looks amazing and also serves a distinct purpose in our living area." —Mélanie Berliet, general manager

Marley’s Monsters Rolled Unpaper Towels

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Marley's Monsters Reusable Unpaper Towel Roll

Courtesy of Amazon

"I was skeptical about cutting back on paper towels—as much as I love dish towels for drying dishes and hands, they aren't the best for cleaning counters or glass. My mom introduced me to these "Unpaper" towels, and I'm hooked. They're thin, super soft, and about as absorbent as a regular paper towel, and you can toss them all in the washer and dryer when you're out for super easy cleaning." —Kate Geraghty, editorial director, commerce

Vino Stemless Wine Glasses, Set of 4

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Pottery Barn

"I needed to restock my stemware for holiday festivities. I came across these affordable and stylish neutral wine glasses that feel a lot more expensive than they are—and they come in under $10 apiece. I bought a dozen since I always seem to break a few in holiday dish clean-up!" —Dwyer Frame, VP, commerce

Loloi Layla Rug

"I needed a new rug for my new apartment and wanted to lean into warmer tones this time. I previously had a light blue distressed rug that was great for my studio apartment, but I wanted something that felt a little more grown-up and could also play off of the gorgeous red brick fireplace in my living room. This stunner from Target was exactly what I was looking for, plus it didn't hurt my wallet too much. It's soft, has held up well so far, and makes my living room complete." —Caroline Utz, senior editor

Threshold Christmas Basic Big Bottle Brush Trees

"Okay, seriously, how cute are these? They were begging me to buy them. Target's seasonal décor gets me every time, but I knew I needed these affordable bottlebrush trees to begin decorating my office for Christmas. They added the subtlest touch of cheer while remaining neutral and chic—and they light up." —Mia Ingui, associate editor

Wondershop Glass Christmas Ornament Set

"I decorated for Christmas a little early this year (sorry, not sorry), and part of the reason is that I upgraded all of my old tree ornaments, from the topper right down to the skirt. I love how sophisticated these filler glass ornaments are. They add some sparkle and vintage flair to my white-and-silver-themed tree. And they work really well with the rest of my mid-century modern living room décor." —Kate McKenna, editor

Minted Floral Bulb Holiday Boxed Cards

"I send Christmas cards every year—it's something my mum has always done, and I think it's such a nice gesture and something I look forward to every year. And the best part? Choosing adorable Christmas cards. This Minted set is the perfect blend of traditional and modern, and I can't wait to send them to friends and family." —Kate McKenna, editor

Manly Indulgence Palo Santo Candle

"This is my absolute FAVORITE candle brand. The wooden wick lightens up any room with its cozy smell and crackling sound, which resembles a warm fireplace. It's the best way to wind down after a long day." —Jane Kim, associate editor, Home group

Pottery Barn Mid-Century Mercury Glass Ornament Set

"I decided that this year, I am going to start investing in my Christmas décor. No more cheap plastic ornaments that fall apart easily for me! I loved this set of colorful baubles to get my tree started. The rich colors, interesting shapes, and gold accents make them feel interesting without being overbearing." —Emma Glubiak, senior social media editor

Hobby Lobby Pearl Pink House Candle Holder

"I couldn't resist getting this pearly pink candleholder when I saw it for a second time. When paired with a wooden Rudolph reindeer that I also bought, it creates such as cute wintry scene (and don't forget the tea lights!)." —Jalesa Campbell, associate social media editor

Letterfolk Half Moon Tile Mat

"This rubber doormat (new from Letterfolk—the half-moon shape is very apartment-friendly!) is my new year-round decorating go-to. I can rearrange the colorful tiles to make a pretty pattern or festive design for any occasion, bringing new life and decorating potential to the essential doormat." —Lauren Phillips, lifestyle editor, The Spruce

Threshold Tin Candle Holiday Balsam Green

"I cannot get enough of this balsam-scented candle. I have lit it at least twice a week all through November. It seems so good, and the cozy holiday scent really spreads and lingers throughout the room." —Jenny Hughes, editor, The Spruce

OXO Good Grips Kitchen And Herb Scissors

Kitchen And Herb Scissors

OXO

"A food stylist recommended these to me, and I always listen to all things kitchen from her. They are powerful, stay sharp for a very long time, and as she told me, can cut through poultry. And if you're like me, typically buying multiple pairs of kitchen sheers every year, these are a game-changer." —Margot Cavin, photo producer, The Spruce

Fellow Stagg EKG Plus Electric Gooseneck Kettle

Fellow Stagg EKG Plus Electric Gooseneck Kettle

Courtesy of Amazon

"I don't drink coffee, but my partner has been wanting this for a very long time, and the price tag was holding me back. Our cheap electric kettle finally died, and I gave in to his splurge, and admittedly, I love it. The water heats up so much quicker, and it looks so much cuter on my countertop." —Margot Cavin, photo producer, The Spruce

Wolf & Badger Coco Coir Baby Fox Planter

"While searching for practical planters with a holiday edge, I uncovered this adorable fox planter instead—but I kind of love it! As an added bonus, it's made of sustainable coco coir." —Candace Madonna, visual editor, The Spruce

Crate & Barrel Kasura Stripe Watercolor Shower Curtain

"My bathroom was in need of a pick-me-up, so I swapped out my shower curtain for this soothing pattern that matches the watercolor prints I have. This lightweight curtain blends in seamlessly and feels a little modern, but also traditional." —Dwyer Frame, VP, commerce

Terrain Gilded Leaves Iron Wreath

"This is my first time ever buying a wreath for my front door, and I wanted something that wasn't too seasonal so I can leave it up for a while. This gold wreath ticks all the boxes—it's durable, beautiful, and can be used all year long. I love it!" —Nicole Lund, commerce editor

Tekla Multicolor Stripe Towel Set

"A friend recently tipped me off to this Danish textile brand, and I've been eyeing a set of their organic towels ever since. While I don't have my hands on them yet, they seem super soft, thick, and well worth the spend. Plus, they come in a slew of super chic colorways (I love this SSENSE-exclusive stripe pattern)." —Lily Sperry, associate commerce editor, The Spruce