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In Our Carts” is a monthly series in which I round up my and other editors’ favorite new product launches. They’re taken straight from our #editors-picks Slack channel, where our team drops the many press releases that fill our inboxes. I sort through them for the best of the best. That way, you can read just about the good stuff—nothing more and nothing less. 

Eny Lee Parker and Spencer Malinski Collaborated on Rugs

Eny Lee Parker and Spencer Malinski are first and foremost besties, but they also happen to make the most stunning rugs together. Following their 2021 debut, they’ve dropped four more designs, inspired by everything from tiles to flower petals to ribbons. They’re hand-tufted from silk, wool, and bamboo fibers, so you can only imagine how soft they must be. 

Quiet Town Launched New Bath Mats

Let’s be honest: The majority of bath mats on the market are boring. But not Quiet Town’s. The brand you probably know for its statement-y shower curtains introduced new 100% cotton textured bath mats in four colorways. They come in the standard size (24-by-31 inches), but if you’re lucky enough to have a bathroom with some real square footage, the 56-by-22-inch one has your name on it. 

Quince Introduced Cozy Gingham Bedding

Gingham may have started as a trend, but it’s stayed in the spotlight for so many years now that it should be considered a timeless classic. Which means you won’t need to worry about Quince’s new bedding set—offered in dusty blue, olive green, and light brown—going out of style. Like everything Quince sells, the prices seem too good to be true. But yes, the 100% linen queen duvet cover set really is just $170. 

Minna Dropped Patterned Wallpaper

Hudson, New York–based homewares brand Minna just released a wallpaper and fabric line called the Portals collection, inspired by owner Sara Berks’s own paintings. It includes seven intricate patterns, from linear grids to organic line drawings. Like all of Minna’s products, the palette is as soft as can be. Think: soothing lavenders and sandy peaches. 

Our Place Came Out With a Titanium Always Pan

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Titanium Always Pan® Pro, Our Place ($195)

If you have Wi-Fi, you’ve probably seen the Internet-famous Always Pan. While it typically has a ceramic nonstick coating, the new model is miraculously coating-free and still nonstick (it’s engineered with brand-new technology). The interior surface is titanium, the core is quick-heating aluminum, and the exterior is stainless steel—talk about a metal medley. This pan can withstand up to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas the classic pan should steer clear of anything above 450. We think the cast of The Bear would approve. 

Cold Picnic and the Brooklyn Museum Debuted a Cherry Blossom Collection

Nothing compares to the first cherry blossom sighting of spring. But Cold Picnic’s new bath mat, rug, blanket, fabric, and wallpaper give cherry blossoms a presence year-round. They were designed in collaboration with the Brooklyn Museum to celebrate its exhibition of Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige’s historical prints. If outfitting an entire room in this collection is wrong, we don’t want to be right. 

Schumacher’s Creative Director Authored a New Book

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“Decorate Like a Decorator: All You Need to Know to Design Like a Pro” by Dara Caponigro with Melinda Page, Amazon ($42 was $65)

Decorating like a decorator is easier said than done. But when Dara Caponigro, creative director of Schumacher and editor in chief of Frederic, spells it out for you through 21 chapters on upholstery ideas, slipcovers, accent paints, and more, you’re set up for success. And if you’re more of a “just look at the pictures” type, expect dreamy interiors from such designers as Billy Cotton, Rita Konig, and Charlap Hyman & Herrero.