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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. 

Schoolhouse Drops the Cutest Butter Dish 

Hiding in Schoolhouse’s new-arrivals section is the cutest butter dish we ever did see, made by Portland, Oregon–based Pigeon Toe Ceramics. Like a little sculpture sitting on your counter, the arch shape is meant to fit both Western stubbies and Elgin butter sizes. 

Made In and Nancy Silverton Collaborate on a Knife Set

Anything that’s good enough for Nancy Silverton is certainly good enough for us, which makes the chef’s new knife set for Made In the real deal. After slicing into just one apple, it’s clear that the quality cannot be topped by its DTC cookware competitors—and no wonder, since the knives are made in France. The ivory handles and brass details bring a warm, classic note, and each blade is finished off with her official stamp of approval. And if you’re not in the market for a full set, they’re sold separately, too.

Sofia Wines and Catbird Release Adorable Jewelry Charms

Canned wine is everywhere these days, but Sofia Wines was actually one of the first to sell it. As an ode to the can, and a 25th birthday celebration, the winery is celebrating with a small but mighty jewelry collaboration with Catbird. Choose from a delicate 14-karat recycled can tab or a miniature wine bottle. 

Calico and Cody Hoyt Launch Wallpaper

We’ve admired artist Cody Hoyt’s mesmerizing ceramics for years, and for the first time, you can bring the spirit of his vessels to your walls. His Calico collection, Botanica, features eight colorways of a maximal floral reminiscent of his 3D works. They pack a serious punch in residential and commercial spaces alike. 

Material Kitchen Introduces the Resting Stone

Material Kitchen introduced the Material Object collection with its Salt Sphere, and its latest addition is a multipurpose Resting Stone. Use it as a spoon rest, jewelry catchall, spice bowl, or nothing at all; the organic sea glass–esque form is beautiful enough to stand on its own. It conveniently comes in a set of two, so you don’t have to choose. 

Morrow Soft Goods Releases Its Fall Collection

‘Tis the season for plaid, and Morrow Soft Goods’s new collection is full of it. There are also sweet scallops, vintage-inspired stripes, and soft, earthy hues. Our entire team is eyeing this cotton gauze coverlet, designed to be larger than standard so you can tuck it over your pillows. Complete the look with the matching lumbar pillow

St. Frank and Food52 Collaborate on Suzani Table Linens

Food52 is our one-stop shop for gifting—its buyers consistently bring fresh goods to the table (literally) that we haven’t seen anywhere else. And its latest intro is an exclusive handcrafted Suzani napkins set and tablecloth designed with New York boutique St. Frank. Joining color, pattern, and texture, the maximal floral design is guaranteed to add a festive more-is-more spirit to your next dinner party. Food52 is also selling an assortment of St. Frank’s own top sellers, from throw pillows to glassware. 

Porta and Laetitia Rouget Design Cheeky Breakfastware

Porta, the newish Brooklyn homewares brand and shop, wants your breakfast to have a better sense of humor. After all, it’s the most important meal of the day. It worked with Lisbon-based French artist and ceramist Laetitia Rouget to create four smile-inducing pieces, from a butter dish and egg cups to mugs and plates. We’re partial to the My Main Passion in Life Is Bagel plate, but the You Silly Sausage! one is a close second. 

Parachute and Jake Arnold’s Slippers Remain at the Top of Our Wish List

Temperatures are dropping, so there’s no time like the present to lock in your cozy loungewear wardrobe. Jake Arnold’s latest collection for Parachute includes shearling moss-hued slippers that would fit right into one of the celebrity homes he’s designed. They have a thicker sole, which means you won’t need to switch into shoes when running outside to grab the morning paper.