I am giddy with this new olive oil company and 4 other new home releases
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The direct-to-consumer olive oil game is strong. The newest entry is a brand called Graza, which offers two extra virgin olive oils housed in squeeze bottles. And it’s not just the compression factor that makes it an amazing olive oil – it’s, of course, the olive oil inside. Drizzle, a finishing oil, and Sizzle, a cooking oil, are made with 100% Picual olives from Jaen, Spain. Unlike cheaper extra virgin olive oils, Graza gets all of its olives from one place and doesn’t offer a blend of inferior fruit from various regions; it’s not as expensive as some premium extra virgin olive oils that some people may use too sparingly due to the high price. Long story short, this is a great new brand of olive oil to try right now.
Zumper X Novogratz Apartment in a Box
Living in a shoebox is hard. But the creators of furniture brand Novogratz, interior designers Cortney and Robert Novogratz, know how to make small spaces appear larger than they really are. The couple recently decorated their daughter’s studio to make it look like a two-bedroom apartment. In collaboration with Zumper, a rental housing search platform, the two brands have released a collection of affordable furniture for small spaces. Find pieces like a sectional and TV stand that scale down without compromising on looks.
The Sipsmith x Jonathan Adler Perfect Your Serve Gift Set
If you’re looking to step up your bar game, check out Jonathan Adler’s Barbell Barware Set, which includes ice tongs, bottle opener, double jigger and knife, hanging from a wooden bar. brass fixed to a heavy marble base. The $208 bar kit is actually much cheaper when you buy it as part of the Perfect Your Serve gift set ($160), in partnership with gin brand The Sipsmith. The kit includes Sipsmith’s “Sip: 100 Gin Cocktails” book, featuring three-ingredient gin cocktails, plus a $5 Drizly code to brand your own Sipsmith bottle.
Walmart x Home Edit
Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin of The Home Edit brought their acrylic home organization solutions to Walmart (after a run at the Container Store). Find storage supplies for everything from the pantry to the laundry room – and there’s even stuff to store all your Christmas stuff while you wait for the next Christmas party.
Open space storage gems
Open Spaces offers a wide range of attractive and functional home organization tools. The latest addition to its range is a range of brightly colored acrylic containers that look like little gems (hence the name). Stackable Gems come in short and tall varieties, and the lids are dimpled so they can double as a small tote tray. Order a two-pack or a four-pack, and mix and match colors to add a pop of color to your home.
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