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If there was one thing on your mind in January, it wasn’t workout gear or N/A spirits. You were all about tricking out the kitchen with cozy entertaining essentials. When we looked back to see what Domino readers bought after the holidays, the list includes a handy microwave popcorn popper that doesn’t require you to buy kernels in a bag; a space-conscious Drew Barrymore–designed coffee maker that also grinds your beans; and a handsome editor-reviewed beverage fridge that can stand in for a bar cart. We saw fancy candles and incense drop into your bags, as well as lived-in linen bed covers, affordable cotton sheets, and the rental lighting hack that just keeps on giving. Read on for the top 10 bestsellers in January. 

Collapsible Silicone Microwave Popcorn Popper Bowl

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Collapsible Silicone Microwave Popcorn Popper Bowl, Amazon ($9)

This $9 microwave anti-gadget means you’ll waste less (no bags, all kernels), avoid oil via air-popping, and break it down after use. Plus it’s editor-tested and -approved.

Beautiful by Drew Barrymore Perfect Grind Single Serve Coffee Maker

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Beautiful by Drew Barrymore Perfect Grind Single Serve Coffee Maker, Walmart ($99)

Barrymore’s latest product launch got us excited to leap out of bed in the morning, and you followed suit. Her $99 Beautiful Perfect Grind single-serving coffee maker brews from either whole beans or ground, can prepare hot or iced coffee—and in six different sizes and three different strengths (say that three times fast!). Better yet, it’s just 5 inches wide, so it still leaves plenty of countertop available for prep and other permanent fixtures.

Rocco Super Smart Fridge

Super Smart Fridge, Rocco ($1,295 was $1,500)

This party-in-an-appliance made a beverage fridge convert out of our deputy editor, Julie Vadnal, and you too, apparently. The very cute Rocco Super Smart fridge comes with app-controlled temperature, lighting, and a camera, as well as reversible racks and modular shelves to fit any kind of drink you desire. The top doubles as a storage caddy, removable tray and all, relieving you of the need for an additional bar cart. With a 10-year warranty and pricing that puts it squarely in the middle of the pack, what’s not to love? 

Safiyya Gray Peel-and-Stick Removable Wallpaper and Contact Paper

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Safiyya 393-by-17.7-inch Gray Peel and Stick Removable Wallpaper and Contact Paper , Amazon ($26)

Many of you were looking to give your countertops or cabinets a facelift, and contact paper fit the bill. Our list of failproof DIY products included this Amazon-sourced Safiyya product, which comes in 14 different hues and several sizes. Renter and New York–based creative Madeline Scalzi chose the light blue, but you went for the gray.

Tulip Gem Shade

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The Gem Shade, Tulip ($145)

The Tulip shade has become a go-to for those with unappealing light fixtures. A best-selling product from 2023, six iterations were developed by the founder, who had a bright idea when she threw a pair of (clean) boxers over a dorm room light. Whether you’re a renter with boob lights or someone who just needs a quick solution, consider the Gem, which rose to the top this month.

H&M Home Ceramic Vase

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Ceramic Vase, H&M Home ($5 was $27)

We think this one speaks for itself: An 82% off ceramic vase—bringing it to a mere $5!—from H&M Home. It comes highly rated, and reviewers call it “versatile,” “supercute,” and “well made.” Psst: Many shoppers pair it with the larger version.

Astier de Villatte Tucson Incense

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Astier de Villatte Tucson Incense, Nickey Kehoe ($52)

When an L.A. art director dropped the hint that the Nickey Kehoe store inspired him to start burning Astier de Villatte Tucson incense at home, you stocked up on the scent. The smoky, sweet notes include wild grasses, parched wood, immortelle flowers, and red earth—a precursor to having friends ask you: “Your house smells really good. What is that?”

Goshi Exfoliating Shower Towel

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Goshi Exfoliating Shower Towel, Amazon ($17)

Finding good gifts under $25 is a challenge we heartily accept, but when we ferret out excellent gifts under $20? Even better. You seem to agree, because this specialty Japanese towel we recommended for Valentine’s Day was picked up in droves.

Parachute Vintage Linen Bed Cover

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Vintage Linen Bed Cover, Full/Queen, Parachute ($279)

When you spotted the Parachute bed cover in content creator Rocky Barnes’s bedroom in our end-of-year favorites review, you beelined to pick up your own. Tuck the soft, light layer in to make a minimalist bed or take a page out of Barnes’s book and loosely drape it over your top sheet for laid-back vibes.

Mayfair Linen 800-Thread-Count Egyptian Quality Cotton Sheets

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Mayfair Linen 800-Thread-Count Egyptian Quality Cotton Sheets, Amazon ($70)

Speaking of creating a hotel-esque bedroom, these $70 cotton sheets promise to take you on vacation every night—and you obliged last month. With more than 20,000 positive reviews, the sateen-weave sheets are luxurious at an extremely accessible price point and available in a variety of colors and prints. Each set includes a flat sheet, two pillowcases, and a deep fitted sheet.