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Cordless lighting and entertaining were on your mind during the shortest month of the year. While you did also shop for decor like colorful throw pillows, whimsical shelving, and tiny travertine trays, your product picks were all about setting the mood for a meal or gathering. An editor-loved, actually chic beverage fridge continues to find its way into your carts, and so does an adorable ergonomic pizza cutter, portable lamps, and a recycled glass serving bowl. Read on for your February top 12, below. 

Lalavon Cordless Lamp

Lalavon Cordless Lamp, Amazon ($45)

This cordless lamp caught our style editor’s eye while she was perusing Instagram last month, and then it caught yours. Its cute tilting shade, tap-activated light temperatures, and touch-to-dim feature all pair with a contemporary matte-finish metal. The little wonder looks to be out of stock at the moment (likely thanks to you!). But if you haven’t picked one up yet, add it to your list and keep an eye on its stock.

Smart Tiles Peel-and-Stick Backsplash

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Smart Tiles Peel-and-Stick Backsplash, 5 Sheets, Amazon ($38)

Social media offers up a bevy of ideas when it comes to DIY projects—and they’re often budget-friendly. Our home editor spotted this backsplash product on Tiktok and had to do a double take to assure it was peel-and-stick. You loved the “looks like zellige” vibe, too, picking up packages of it in droves.

Nawgnail Travertine Jewelry Dish

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Nawgnail Travertine Jewelry Dish, Amazon ($36)

Los Angeles–based designer Drew Michael Scott stocks his Amazon storefront (one of seven we rely on for smart sourcing) with reno essentials and antique-inspired picks. This 100% travertine tray was among them, and you were very into it. 

Zyliss Handheld Pizza Cutter

Zyliss Handheld Pizza Cutter, Target ($18)

We’re always searching for host gifts to tell you about, and when this one popped up in the Crate & Barrel sale section, we were smitten. You, too, were into the pizza cutter’s design, which includes an ergonomic handle covering half the blade. It’s now out of stock at Crate, but you can find it at Target and Amazon, too.

West Elm Half Moon Layered Blocks Pillow Cover

West Elm Half Moon Layered Blocks Pillow Cover, West Elm ($39 was $49)

We immediately clocked the throw pillows in the pods of Love Is Blind’s latest season as a mix of West Elm’s Half Moon Layered Blocks covers and the Split Colorblock indoor-outdoor pillows. You made a beeline to the ones from West Elm, two colorful, geometric styles that pop on a neutral sofa.

H&M Home Children’s Wall Shelf

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Children’s Wall Shelf, H&M Home ($68)

Our style editor rounds up her favorite products that have debuted every month, and February’s installment included this whimsical baby blue–adorned shelving unit from H&M Home. Highly rated and under $100, the piece of decor was coveted by many of you.

LSA International Mia Recycled Glass Bowl

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LSA Mia Recycled Glass Bowl, Nordstrom ($75)

Nordstrom hosted its Winter Sale last month, and we scoured all the deals to come up with the ones we thought you should know about for one of our Deals of the Week installments (we update it every seven days). You were certainly in love with this recycled glass bowl from one of our favorite affordable glassware brands, LSA—a fluted edge adds just the right touch.

Pooky Phileas Cordless Table Lamp

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Phileas Cordless Table Lamp, Pooky ($200)

British cult-favorite lighting brand Pooky landed in the U.S. last month, and you were as thrilled as we were about the debut. Our favorite products, its cordless lamps, went flying—with the most adorable bases and wide array of shades, how could they not? 

More Editor-Vetted Products You Love to Shop

You continue to be enamored with items as simple as Southwest-inspired incense or as big of an investment as a surprisingly stylish beverage fridge or luxe mattress. If you haven’t opened your bag for our favorite steam iron, maybe now’s the time?