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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.) From the book of the moment to Diptyque’s first-ever refillable candles, here’s the best of what we chatted about this month.

Jake Arnold’s Book Arrives

What’s one thing Chrissy Teigen, Katy Perry, and Rashida Jones have in common? They all hired Jake Arnold to design their homes. And now we can bring his celebrity-approved style to our homes with tips from his first book, Redefining Comfort. Expect imagery of highly comfortable houses that strike a balance between the designer’s more traditional British roots and a relaxed Californian sensibility. 

Sarah Sherman Samuel Collaborates With Lulu and Georgia 

Back by popular demand, there’s a new Sarah Sherman Samuel x Lulu and Georgia collab—except this one’s bigger and better than ever before. Samuel has expanded into lighting and bedding for the first time with the brand, and the furniture, rugs, and decor introductions possess the warm minimalism the beloved designer is known for. 

Nordic Knots Introduces Drapery 

As of this week, Nordic Knots is more than just a rug company. Pure wool curtains have popped onto the site, offered in three neutral hues and so many size options that they’re guaranteed to look custom in your space. The material softly filters the light without blocking it, keeping the room as light and airy as the curtains themselves. 

Anthropologie Teams Up With House of Hackney (Again) 

Anthropologie and House of Hackney’s second collab is anything but lean, with 197 home products (yep, you read that right) boasting the maximal patterns and classic silhouettes that define the British design house. From wallpaper and lighting to dinnerware and seating, each piece holds the luxurious, more is more quality we’re craving this fall. 

Hay Releases Its Fall Collection

If you ask us, Hay’s product-drop dates should be national holidays. We were most recently stopped in our tracks by the Danish brand’s fall collection, including new additions to its Muller van Severen collaboration and Apollo lighting series, as well as the all-new Chisel lounge chair and Apex lamps. 

Maison Balzac Designs Conversation-Starting Napkins

It’s hard to believe that anyone would use white paper napkins when a spunky set like this exists. Just as the Coming Soon product description reads, these make it possible to “scatter your table with kisses.” Get ready for all of your party guests to Instagram your table setting. 

BR Home Is in Full Force

If you told us a year ago that we could soon furnish an entire home in Banana Republic, we wouldn’t have believed you. The brand quietly launched soft goods this spring, but little did we know there was far more to come. It’s serving up sophisticated sofas, armchairs, coffee tables—you name it. And speaking from experience, the pieces are actually quite comfortable. 

Diptyque Drops Refillable Candles

We’d never grow tired of the tinted glass containers in the Les Mondes de Diptyque collection—which is great because their life spans are infinite. Offered in five vibe-y scents, from Temple des Mousses (Moss Temple) to Terres Blondes (Golden Lands), a container and candle set is $285 and refills are $123. To note: The burn time is 60 hours, whereas the classic Diptyque size is 50 hours. 

Doladira’s Alpine Aperitivo Launches 

Created by Meredith Erickson, the author of Alpine Cooking, Doladira’s textured bottle and rosy hue alone is worth writing home about. But it’s the added notes of rosemary, bitter orange, gentian, and elderflower that make it more than just a buzzy bottle to have on your bar cart. Crafted in Italy, it takes you straight to après-ski hour in the Dolomites. It’s currently available in New York, but will expand to New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Tennessee, Georgia, and Texas, later this month.

Bert & May Crosses the Pond

The London-based handmade tile brand celebrated its 10-year anniversary by launching in the US. How did we get so lucky? It has zellige, it has marble, and, most important, it has striped cement in every variation imaginable.