Guest Picks: Home & Kitchen Products You Didn't Even Know You Needed
Finally, a reading lamp that allows you to fall asleep without being disturbed by the loud thud of your book falling to the ground.
All of our lives are so full of so many things, we can’t possibly be expected to remember all the small stuff: watering plants, taking medication, feeding the children — well, maybe not that last one. Here’s a tool to help jog your memory when it falters.
You know how apples and avocados brown less when they are coated with citrus? This handy tool plugs right in to a citrus fruit so you can spritz such things as apples and avocados. That's smart.
No more gross toothbrush mishaps when the thing topples over into who-knows-what. This Bobble toothbrush holder keeps your brush safe, and — bonus — it times how long you’re supposed to brush.
Dear whoever is buying me a Christmas gift, I’d like these super-absorbent towels. I think I need them.
You know what drives me nuts? A smorgasbord of pasta in one pot, because different pastas cook at different rates. Here is the solution.
This one is rather specific for the knitter, but I think the knitter in your life does, in fact, need a hedgehog yarn bowl.
Have you just been plunking your flowers in a vase all willy-nilly? I shake my head at you.
I should probably get two of these doormats: one for my house, one for my husband’s office. And maybe one for every store, restaurant, park, anywhere he may stop.
Of course, this teapot with infuser is of Scandinavian design, because it’s perfect in its brilliant simplicity — like everything of Scandinavian design.
These unusual paper plates can be used right on the table or right in your hand. And bonus: They are compostable. How is that for practical modernity?
With these magnetic stickers, you can put anything metal anywhere in your house up on the wall and off the floor (and out of the dog or baby’s mouth).
Never again will you have to suffer through a warm beer. You're welcome.
I don’t hang laundry by a clothesline, but if I did, I think I would need a Cabina.
Because often the best ideas hit us when we can’t take notes.
Saving muffins everywhere from being boring, these things mold the muffin tops. And they aren’t just pretty, they are practical too. The shapes will hold butter, fruit, whipped cream or whatever you want up there.
A set of these hybrid china dishes is out of my price range, but I'm terribly intrigued by them. I suppose "need" plays second fiddle to "want" here.
Have you ever stepped on a Lego? It hurts. A lot. Stop the madness with this Toydozer.
This funky egg separator relies on you not breaking the yolk when you crack an egg. That’s a lot of pressure.
Well now, this seems smart. And stylish. And practical. I envision one right next to my computer.
I almost ordered this jar opener on the spot. Why, oh, why get so excited about this little gadget? Because I had this exact contraption growing up, and I’ve not seen one since.Next: 50 Ways to Wrap Holiday Gifts in Style