$10 IKEA Candleholders, “Playfully Squatty” Glassware, and 5 More New Products We Love

A Dry January aperitif is also in the mix.

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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 in-boxes. 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.

IKEA Reissued Taper Holders From 1982

It’s easy to forget that IKEA has been around for 80 years, until you take a look at the Swedish brand’s chic vintage lamp selection on Etsy. With its reissued Tuvkornell taper holders, an ’80s design, you don’t have to resort to secondhand to bring that nostalgic charm home. They’re offered in new colorways, either a trio of green, blue, and lilac, or bright orange, that make the simple form feel extra-playful. 

Tuvkornell Candleholder, IKEA


Tuvkornell Candleholder, IKEA


Ghia Dropped a Berry Apéritif

Calling all Dry January participants: There’s a new zero-proof beverage on the market. Ghia’s latest flavor, Berry, is “bold, juicy, and tantalizingly tart.” Like any aperitif, pair it with seltzer or sip over ice—except this time, it will be followed by a hangover-free morning. 

Berry Aperitif, Ghia


Framebridge and Clare V. Collabed on Wall Art

Clare V. knows how to nail a graphic tee, so it’s no surprise her lighthearted typography translated so seamlessly in her Framebridge collaboration: a series of six poppy prints. Rather than just going to Framebridge for the frame, you can let the company take care of the whole shebang, art and all. We could see them fitting into a maximal gallery wall as easily as standing alone. 

J'aime La Vie Art Print, Framebridge x Clare V.


C'est Trés Nice Art Print, Framebridge x Clare V.


The Rocco Drink Fridge Was Born

Julie Vadnal, Domino’s deputy editor, was lucky enough to test the Rocco Fridge, and our team is more than a little jealous. Cracking open a cold one just hits different when you’re pulling it out of its own designated cooler with a banana yellow finish and ribbed glass door. We’re itching to see what’s next from this new brand. 

The Super Smart Fridge, Rocco

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Vacation Released a Chardonnay SPF Lip Oil

While Vacation’s old-school branding always hits home, we’d love the product line even if it was in drugstore packaging. The new Chardonnay Lip Oil, made from grape-seed oil and armed with SPF 30, is no exception. If you’re lucky enough to be going on a beach vacation this Christmas, you should probably stash one of these in your carry-on. 

Chardonnay Lip Oil SPF 30, Vacation


Our Place and Kin Introduced Party Coupes

It’s party season, and Our Place is getting in on the fun with new multicolored stemware. As described on the site, their form is “playfully squatty,” making them as far from stuffy special-occasion glassware as possible. The vessels are perfect for enjoying an ice-cold Kin, plus you’ll receive a discount code of up to 30% off to use at the nonalcoholic drinks brand if you purchase the exclusive colorway.

Party Coupes (Set of 4), Our Place x Kin


Gohar World and Palm Heights Joined Forces on a Capsule Collection

If there’s anything we’re thinking about during the short, chilled days of winter, it’s sitting on the beach in the Caribbean. And Gohar World’s shell-filled collaboration with Grand Cayman It hotel Palm Heights is just what we’re craving. The collection, including a swan-shaped spoon, fish-shaped lemon squeezer, and bean-shaped dish, is sprinkled with humor and whimsy.

Lemon Squeezer, Gohar World x Palm Heights Collection


Swan Spoon, Gohar World x Palm Heights Collection



Julia Stevens

Contributing Editor

Julia Stevens is a Domino contributing editor. Basically, she’s a professional online shopper. She started at Domino as an intern and spent almost seven years in the style department curating products for our gift guides, trend roundups, and product reviews and on set styling the beautiful homes we get to share. Off hours, you can find her scouting New York’s newest design shops and restyling her shelves