The $111 Faux Amazon Christmas Tree to See This Week, Plus 5 More Editor Favorites

published Dec 1, 2023
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As a shopping editor, I always have an ear to the ground for the coolest, smartest, most need-to-know home products — it’s kind of my thing. Now, I’m letting you in on the fun, bringing top picks from our editors’ radars straight to your very own space.

Not sure where to shop, or just need some quick inspo? Start here with a weekly rundown of AT editors’ favorite finds, from things we’ve tested, to exciting brand launches, to unique holiday gift ideas. Read on to see what’s got our team buzzing this week.

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“Years ago, after having already made a significant financial investment in our primary faux Christmas tree — those babies are pricey! — when it came time to buy a second (slimmer) tree for another room in our home, I wanted to find the same beauty but for a lot less. And did I! This pre-lit flocked Fraser fir artificial Christmas tree from Puleo International was super impressive. The price point is like a third of what many faux trees cost, but the lights are bright, it’s nice and full, and easy to set up and store. Run, don’t walk, to grab yours on Amazon before they sell out again! Five stars!” —Charli Penn, Executive Lifestyle Director

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Open Spaces
was $64.00

“We named the Open Spaces Storage Gems as the most stylish organizing gift to give to a friend in our 2023 Organization Awards. These acrylic containers make a great gift because they provide storage and a pop of color, whether they end up on a dresser, bookshelf, or entryway table.” —Stephanie Nguyen, Cleaning & Organizing Editor

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“This Black + Decker stick vacuum, and especially its LED light feature, has been a total game-changer for my kitchen corners. I was living in filth (aka among a bunch of camouflaged crumbs) before. Other noteworthy features? The anti-tangle bar that keeps hair out of the vacuum, which is great if you have long-ish hair like I do, the easy-to-empty dust bowl, and the many interchangeable pieces that make this thing work as a hand vac or a push vac.” —Sarah Everett, Home Projects Assistant Editor

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Poured Candle Bar

“Winter is when I really start to burn my way through my candle stash, as I light one as the sky starts to get dark each afternoon. So when I was sent this candle from Poured Candle Bar (a Hudson, New York, brand), I couldn't wait to try it. A negroni is one of my favorite cocktails, and this is now one of my favorite candles — the citrus and herbs fill my living room with an uplifting aroma that’s the perfect backdrop for a little at-home happy hour. This gifting season I'm certainly eyeing their other candles — the Dirty Girl Martini version would be perfect for the friends who always ask for extra olives on the side.” —Sofia Rivera, Associate Lifestyle Editor

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“I put this popular towel warmer on my holiday wish list last year and had forgotten how good it was until I brought it out to use this fall. It’s really easy to use — just plug it into an outlet and choose the amount of time you want to keep your towels warm. Seriously, warm towels are such an underrated luxury, and I’ve been making sure to take advantage of it every single night.” —Jada Wong, Shopping Director

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“For all the zodiac fans on my list, I'm eyeing these Sequin Baby Stellina Necklaces. They're under $40, made of brass, perfect for layering, and endorsed by astrologist extraordinaire Susan Miller. What more could any horoscope-lover want?” —Danielle Blundell, Executive Home Director