Tries, Buys, and DIYs: 5 Things Apartment Therapy Editors Are Loving This Week

published Feb 24, 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 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 and exciting brand launches, to home project kickstarters. Read on to see what’s got our team buzzing this week.

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Great Jones

"Great Jones [just introduced] a new item to their collection that is sure to add even more fun to your food prep: Say hello to Beyond Measure, the brand's all-new, stylish glass measuring cups. These tools come in two sizes — 2-cup and 4-cup capacities — and have etched markings on the sides in millimeters, cups, and ounces, so you don’t have to do any conversions when you’re measuring. These are Great Jones’ first foray into glassware, and they made the wise choice to use borosilicate glass. It’s generally more durable than the standard glass used in drinking cups because it resists cracking when it’s put through extreme temperature changes, such as going from a room-temperature shelf to being filled with a boiling hot liquid or heading from the counter into the fridge or freezer." —Nic Dobija-Nootens, Commerce SEO Writer

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Chasing Paper

"I’ve been a huge fan of designer David Quarles IV ever since he curated a room for AT’s Small/Cool 2021 experience: His space skewed vibrant, eclectic, and delightfully maximalist. Fast forward to this week, and his sought-after signature style can officially leave its mark on — drum roll, please — your own walls. That’s right: Quarles partnered with Chasing Paper on a new four-print wallpaper line, called the ‘Legacy Collection.’ Each bold design features unique motifs and 3+ colorways, plus options for peel-and-stick, traditional, or faux grasscloth coverings. They're also named after women in Quarles' family, and whether taken as a whole or individually, they're the ultimate color-lover's decor delight." —Blair Donovan, Style Editor

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"Raise your hand if you have boxes and boxes of photos from before the era of digital cameras sitting somewhere in your parents’ house feeling neglected. Yeah, same. The thought of scanning each one using a standard computer scanner feels so draining. However, times have changed. One TikToker found a device that makes it so easy to scan photos into your computer, you can get an entire shoebox done in an afternoon: the Plustek Photo Scanner from Amazon. It’s just under $200 and can scan photos and documents as small as 3-inches by 5-inches and as large as standard A4 paper. It also scans in two quality settings — either 300 or 600 dpi — end every 4 x 6-inch photo only takes about two seconds to scan." —Olivia Harvey, Apartment Therapy Contributor

4 / 5

"Just recently, Material launched an all-new prepware trio, The Aperitivo Set. It includes the famous mini reBoard plus two other gadgets that’ll make at-home cocktail hour a breeze. When you buy the set, the reBoard comes in a beautiful azure shade, which you’ll easily be able to spot amid other items on the drying rack or in the dishwasher. As for the other two pieces, one is the Almost 4-Inch Knife, which is exactly what it sounds like: a petite, precise blade made for on-point dicing. You also get the Forever Peeler, a sharp, stainless steel gadget that removes every last bit of skin from your produce, which is great for garnishes." —Nikol Slatinska, Editorial Assistant

5 / 5
Better Rhodes

"I just tried Pallini’s new Limonzero, the world’s first zero-proof limoncello from one of Rome’s biggest limoncello producers — and dare I say, it’s just as good as the real deal! Whether you sip Limonzero on the rocks after dinner or mix it into a mocktail, I promise that you’ll feel like you’re on the set of the most recent season of 'The White Lotus'... at least a little bit." —Danielle Blundell, Executive Home Director