Winter Accessories for Your Home

Winter Accessories for Your Home

Sarah Coffey
Dec 14, 2010

Looking for a holiday gift to give yourself this winter? How about something to warm up your home? From toasty trivets to beeswax candles, here are 10 accessories to last you through the cold months ahead.

  1. Alder and Co: Newly opened in Portland, this shop carries useful, utilitarian objects that happen to be beautiful as well. Shown above: Tourne Blankets, $225. (The boots are also available through Alder here.)
  2. Bram: Nothing warms up a kitchen or table like clay cookware, and online catalog Bram has a ton of it. Shown: 6-piece Italian Bean Pot Cook Set, $184.
  3. Canvas: English designer Andrew Corrie and his partner own this online and SoHO-based shop, which focuses on fair trade housewares. Shown: Rectangular Pillows, $66.
  4. Chicago Honey Co-op: This small apiary and shop provides job training and work for hard-to-employ Chicagoans. Their Beeswax Holiday Votives ($12 for a dozen) are perfect for a winter pick-me-up.
  5. Anthropologie: Always a good resource for bohemian decor, their mix-and-match tableware can help personalize a home. Shown: Afternoon Fete Teapot from the December 2010 catalog.
  6. Twine: This online shop carries a mix of new and vintage products, and their aesthetic is playful and contemporary. Shown: Toast Trivets, $14.
  7. Fliz Felt: Specializing in 100 percent wool felt products, this online store is a winter-worthy one to bookmark. Shown: Rectangle Placemat, $16.
  8. West Elm: A good resource for affordable rugs, West Elm has quite a few styles and patterns that aren't necessarily seasonal, but could definitely warm up a bare floor. Shown above: Zig Zag Rug, $40 - $650.
  9. CB2: This modern store restocks their inventory frequently, and the current winter collection includes a popular $80 Knitted Pouf.
  10. Hindsvik: Based in Canada and run by a young couple named Daniel and Valeria, this Etsy shop is a great resource for curated vintage finds and the occasional handmade throw pillow. Shown above: West German Pottery, $24.

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