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In Our Carts is a monthly series highlighting Domino editors’ favorite new product launches, taken straight from our #editors-picks Slack channel. (Trust us, it’s a treasure trove of great recommendations.) 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. 

Marguerita Mergentime and Food52 Collaborate on Festive Linens

It doesn’t take much for holiday decor to enter cheesy territory, but that’s not an issue with Marguerita Mergentime’s timeless table linens. The American textile designer made her mark during the decorative arts movement in the 1930s and is known for introducing bold patterns into the home. Her granddaughter worked with Food52 to pull prints from the archives, making the graphic pieces shoppable once again. 

Mini Rodini Launches Home

No kids’ brand does patterns quite like Mini Rodini; its punchy prints can be spotted from a mile away. You could imagine our excitement when we heard it was launching home—for children and adults alike. The collection is mainly bedding, which is decorated with sweet strawberry illustrations, traditional leopard print, and, surprisingly, a refreshing solid green. To top things off, it’s all made from 100 percent organic and recycled cotton. 

Dusen Dusen Introduces Scarves and Hats

There’s something about Dusen Dusen products that just makes us happy. We have a feeling it has to do with the unapologetically rainbow palette and maximalist patterns, which now come in scarf and hat form. In the dark, cold months of winter, anything mood boosting is most welcome. 

Floyd Releases the Gere Easy Swivel Chair

Our Fave November Finds Start With a Groovy ’70s-Inspired Swivel Chair
The Gere Easy Chair, Floyd ($880 was $1,100)

Design icon Gere Kavanaugh first dreamed up this chair as an experiment in 1970. Now, at 94 years old, she’s worked with Floyd to make that original prototype available today. It’s offered in nine colors, from persimmon to cerulean, and goes for $1,100—a small price to pay for sustainably made furniture. 

Cultiver and Colin King Drop a Moody Bedding Line 

Cultiver’s original heavyweight coverlet was one of Domino’s Good Design Award winners, and the Australian linen brand just released more colorways with Colin King, along with lumbar pillows and structured bolsters. We’re crushing on the off-kilter checkered pattern in shades of dusty blue. 

Nickey Kehoe and Cabana Design a Cali-Meets-Italy Collection

When we got word that Los Angeles home shop Nickey Kehoe and Italian magazine and brand Cabana were working together, we knew we’d love it before we even saw photos. The collab stars three original pieces: a luxurious cashmere blanket and cushion and a lacquer tray, accompanied by glassware, table linens, and hand-painted Italian ceramics. 

Sophie Lou Jacobsen Releases Her Bouquet Collection

Sophie Lou Jacobsen is no stranger to a good ripple, but her new Bouquet collection hits different. The glasses are classic enough for your grandmother to love but maintain Jacobsen’s playfulness with tactile texture added down the stem. The line includes five shapes that take you from cosmo to champagne, all equally dainty.