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Duo Coffee Steeper

More coffee paraphernalia for your consideration… The Duo Coffee Steeper features two chambers to produce the the richness of immersion brewing but with a cleaner taste. Your hot water and coffee steeps in the upper chamber, then once your brew reaches the right strength, you twist the silicone center to let it flow through 2 stainless steel filters into the lower carafe. Twist it again and you’ve locked the chamber for pouring from the spout. Pretty easy, and relatively compact- it may even be a good option to bring with you on your travels, if you’re picky about your coffee.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $99.00
Available from: A+R Store

EM77 Vacuum Jug

Lukewarm coffee is just not acceptable, and this EM77 Vacuum Jug will ensure hot coffee stays hot. When tipped, the rocker stopper automatically opens to let coffee flow out- this limits the amount air entering the jug, thus preventing your coffee from cooling prematurely. You can use the EM77 Vacuum Jug to keep beverages cold as well, so don’t put it in the back of the cupboard when spring comes around. Now on sale.
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Price: $119.20
Available from: Lumens

Cast Iron Bar Set

If you know someone who drinks, chances are they’ll make use of this Cast Iron Bar Set. It’s just about as simple and robust as you can get when it comes to bar accessories, so snap a few sets up for those sturdy friends and family of yours that tend to enjoy a bottle of beer, wine, or whiskey. Best of all, it’s not too terribly expensive. Score!
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Price: $30.00
Available from: Kikkerland

Duo Server

How to keep your cheese visually separated from your baguette and/or crackers? By reminding your family/guests that the cheese stays on the marble circle dammit(!). But you’re not obsessive compulsive, are you, so you wouldn’t say something like that and you surely wouldn’t mind a few crumbs encroaching upon your beloved cheese… right? Especially when the pairing of a solid walnut cutting board looks so nice against a white (or dark) marble circle. The parts can be separated and used individually (marble=trivet).
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Price: $180.00
Available from: Leibal

Pour-Over Stand

Will you look like a mad scientist when brewing your coffee with this Pour-over Stand? I certainly hope so, as the process is completely on show, and there will be plenty of opportunities to wiggle your eyebrows and laugh maniacally when the coffee is ready for serving. The lab style brass stand holds a Hario V60 glass pour over (included) that adjusts for mugs or decanters. An American walnut base contrasts nicely.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $179.00
Available from: Magpie & Rye

Flat Iron Trivet

Speaking of your tabletop needs, do you have enough trivets? You know, those things that protect your table from hot pots and dishes? This one by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Swedish brand Smaller Objects hides two trivets in one- the inner plate rests in the outer ring. Keep it in place for one-dish dinners and storage; lift it out when you need a second surface. A simple and elegant solution, don’t you think?
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Price: $68.00
Available from: Ode to Things

Mara Marble Serving Collection

Can we all just pretend that there’s only Thanksgiving to think about, and ignore the other holiday mail that’s in our inbox? After all, the annual tradition of giving thanks is just a couple of weeks away, so it’s the perfect time to take stock of your tabletop situation. Do you have enough serving pieces for your fabulous feast? If not, please do consider adding one or two (or all?) of the Mara Serving pieces, as they will be spectacular in contrast to your plates, bowls, and glassware.
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Price: $145.00+
Available from: Hawkins New York

Stelton Theo Coffee Set

A small coffee set may be just what you need at your desk, just so you can waft those delicious artisan aromas over to your coworkers to “encourage” them to do what you ask in a timely manner. Matte black stoneware with a bamboo lid keeps your coffee hot; the filter holder fits nicely on top. Add the accompanying milk jug to make sure you get your ratio just right every time.
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Price: $45.00 -75.00
Available from: Poketo

Emma Thermal Cup

It’s getting colder, so we’re going to prefer our tea and coffee very, very hot, thank you very much. But what about our poor little hands? Well, when you use the Emma Thermal Cup its outer layer will insulate the hand from heat and keep your beverage hot. Of course, when the weather turns warm again, just think how perfect a scoop or two of ice cream would be in one of these.
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Price: $14.00 - 15.00
Available from: Luminaire

Cowboy Coffee Kettle

Wait a minute, a coffee kettle without a filter? Pshaw! It might go against everything you’ve ever believed in, but, yes, this kettle is based on the campfire version of coffee and has no filter. Simply bring water to a boil, add your grounds, and let it steep. After 5 minutes, pour your brewed coffee slowly out, preferably while singing this song. Now on sale (for $36!).
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Purchase Information:

Price: $90.00
Available from: A+R Store

Stone Fruit Bowls

Who says all your dish ware has to match? Get a set of these Stone Fruit Bowls to add a little interesting texture to your tabletop. There’s four ceramic bowls in all, and each one is cast from four different melons. They’re the right sort of size for fruits, snacks, and desserts and look neat enough to leave out on display- maybe on some open shelves in your kitchen?
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Price: $60.00
Available from: Areaware

Honey Jar

Honey is usually such a sticky mess, but with this Honey Jar you might just master the art of serving it with grace and elegance. The lid incorporates a dipper for easy serving, so, as long as you don’t sling it everywhere in your haste to add honey to your toast/tea/etc., you’ll not have annoying drips down the side of the bottle or jar. Tidy and efficient.
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Price: $40.00
Available from: Merchant No. 4

Future Glass Set

The colors of the Future Glass Set remind one of the Spectra Vases, and, lo and behold, they’re from the very same glassworks Holmegaard. Peter Svarrer designed the Future Glass set in 2000, and more than a decade later they look just as lovely on the table… or in a gift box perhaps? Choose between Rose + Yellow, Blue + Green, or Lavender + Aquamarine.
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Price: $38.00
Available from: Horne

Ico Bottle Opener

Do you need that bottle opened? Let me just grab this icosahedron from the table here so I can open it for you. That’s exactly what you’ll be saying if you choose to add this opener to your current display of interesting objects scattered about your home or office. Fort Standard partnered with OTHR to produce this 3D printed bronze beauty; each of the icosahedron’s 20 facets functions as a bottle opener.
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Price: $70.00
Available from: OTHR

Fredericks and Mae Cork Coasters

I know what you need: this set of six silkscreened cork coasters from Fredericks and Mae. Why? Well, they’ll protect your furniture from hot and cold drinks, but, most importantly, they’ll make you happy every single time you move them around. Choose the Green/Red/Blue or Red/Blue/Yellow sets. There’s also the very fun Trivets in similar target designs.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $16.00
Available from: Fredericks and Mae