Tries, Buys, and DIYs: 7 Things Apartment Therapy Editors Are Loving This Week

published Nov 4, 2022
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Editor's Picks of the Week for Nov
Credit: Photo: Amazon, Overstock, J.Crew; Design: Apartment Therapy

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.

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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.

1 / 7
was $49.99

"I bought this toaster on Prime Day, and I’m really enjoying that it lets you monitor how toasty your carbs are getting. It’s also great that it fits longer, non-square slices of bread." —Tara Bellucci, News and Culture Director

2 / 7
J. Crew

"Call me traditional, but tartan just looks like the holidays to me, so I’m always down to buy new plaid pieces for my home this time of year. To that end, I just added this limited-edition J.Crew napkin set to my cart. They’re cotton, so they’ll get softer over time, and they’re about as easy to wash as they are on the eyes, which is great. I can’t wait to use them for a dinner party, and they coordinate nicely with J. Crew’s exclusive new pink Liberty floral print, too, if you want a more maximalist, mix-and-match look. Grab a set now before they’re gone; right now, they’re also on sale for 35 percent off." —Danielle Blundell, Executive Home Director

3 / 7
Joss & Main
was $310.00

"I’d been having a hard time finding stylish and affordable dark brown furniture for my living room — that is, until I came across this lovely cabinet from Joss & Main. It’ll serve double duty: first, as a slim TV stand, and second, as a place to stash my board games. Those beautiful caned doors are what sold me." —Maddie Bilis, Deputy Lifestyle Director

4 / 7
was $91.49

"This Montero Speaker is small but mighty! We use Crosley Record players but needed something more compact and portable, and this speaker is perfect. It's loud, Bluetooth-enabled, and wireless, so I can move it around with me from room to room." —Savannah West, Home Assistant Editor

5 / 7
Balsam Hill
was $79.00

"I drank a mimosa out of one of these stemless beauties from Balsam Hill over the weekend. The drink was great, and the fancy flute made it even better! I think the stripes, swirls, and ridges are super-cute for holiday hosting and beyond — and now’s a good time to buy because the set of six is currently $20 off." —Sarah Everett, Staff Writer

6 / 7

"My parents met in the travel industry, so it was important for my siblings and me to know how to pack efficiently from a young age. We were always told that having a few Ziploc bags stored away is a good idea in case we have something like wet swimsuits to pack. While I still agree with having Ziplocs on hand, I recently bought these Stasher silicone bags, and they're perfect for smaller items. I even put a seashell I found in one, and it made it with me across the country! When I'm not traveling, I've used them in my everyday purse for snacks and to store my contacts case and headphones. Win, win." —Kelly Dawson, Deputy Editor

7 / 7
Supra Endura

"I'm a huge fan of Swedish dishcloths. They're a sustainable alternative to paper towels and are great at absorbing all of the inevitable excess water left on my counters after I messily wash dishes. I recently got some fruit-printed ones from Supra Endura, and I love how pretty the vibrant patterns look in my kitchen. They also carry these Swedish dishcloth cards, so you can give a note and a little gift at the same time. It's perfect for my mom, who hates to collect cards and loves multi-purpose items." —Sofia Rivera, Associate Lifestyle Editor