So, What Is That? 4 Not-So-Typical Home Goods, Defined

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The Comforter
That’s right, not only is it ruffled and ruched, this comforter is knotted in a quilted pattern. The key to making this trendy bedding work? Keep the rest of the room sleek and clean. Try it with crisp, white curtains and glass-top bedside tables.

The Decanter
This one’s for the connoisseurs. Two pieces. One purpose. Nest the mouth-blown glass aerator inside the decanter, funnel in the wine, and serve. Timely and effective, this allows a wine to fully oxygenate, releasing its spectrum of aromas.

The Rice Cooker
This gadget cooks rice – no mystery there – but without the burning and boiling over of standard stove-top setups. To use? Just measure out equal parts rice and water. Place the cooker inside a stock pot that’s partially filled with water, then cover and steam.

The Spice Tubes
Not your average spice rack, is it? This sleek piece adds texture and artful interest to the kitchen. The cork-topped glass tubes are cast in a handmade mold and burnished. And the base is made from Culinarium’s unique concrete mixture.

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September 25, 2013