Guest Picks: Nestling Into November
I think these baskets made of recycled wrappers are so neat! I love the touch of “sparkle” — and just in time for the holidays.
I like the imperfect pattern and neutral color of these towels. They’re the slightest bit rustic looking, which makes them even cozier.
Gold flatware would really add some flair to holiday dinners.
Speaking of holiday dinners, this tiered tray would be so great to have on hand.
I’m a big fan of warm flannel sheets in the colder months, and these simple herringbone patterns are terrific.
Since pineapples are a symbol of hospitality, this little dish would be a great way to greet guests with a snack over the holidays.
I burn through a lot of candles, so these flameless ones that give the appearance of twinkle lights inside are an awesome alternative that provides a nice glow.
I could use some of these media bins in my closet. They are a great size for organizing, and I like the industrial labels/pulls.
I can never resist mini cars with Christmas trees, so I could definitely find a spot for this snow globe.
These document boxes have beautiful detailing, and the gray linen they’re wrapped in looks so cozy for winter.
This mohair throw looks insanely comfortable, warm and beautiful.
I love how this candle is a simple way to bring the look (and smell!) of wood into your home for the winter.
I like the subtle appearance of frosted glass, especially on these apothecary-inspired containers.
This woodland-inspired plate would stand out beautifully for holiday dinners and winter gatherings.
Although these found throws from India are too precious to use, I think they could become beautiful pieces of art.
I love this pairing: a traditional, neutral palette with a woven chevron pattern.
I’ve been really into neutrals this fall, like this taupe polka dot bedding set. It looks warm and inviting.
I can’t think of anything better to arrange winter appetizers on than a beautiful, rustic serving board.
I like the simple, organic shape of these mini dishes. They’d be useful for so many things!
I like the rich, warm tone of this brass bowl. It’s perfect for snacks on chilly nights.Next: 10 Ways to Cozy Up the House for Fall