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1. I really, really hate dealing with dirty champagne flutes, so these wine glass sponges seem like they would come in very handy. {from NotCot, available at The Spoon Sisters}

2. I love traveling and I love various travel accessories, including chic travel wallets. I picture myself waltzing through airports or, even better, train stations with an elegant leather duffel slug casually over my arm, sunglasses on, trench coat collar popped, and all my travel documents and currencies neatly organized. I especially love this travel wallet because it has room for two spare sim cards, suggesting a particularly international and cosmopolitan lifestyle. {from NotCot, available from Gus}

3. Interesting piece from The New York Times on the reinvention of airplane food. {from NYT}

4. I saw The Redhead mentioned on Nora Leah’s blog and it reminded me how much I want to go there. I’m always on the hunt for delicious southern comfort food in New York. {from Thought for Food}


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I totally want these playing cards! What a fun, typographically savvy alternative to traditional cards.

{from NotCot, available here}

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Meet Truffle the Woolly Mammoth

I know this product is meant for infants but I love him and want him. Truffle is an adorable woolly mammoth who can unfold and lie flat to become a blanket. I like to think he uses his trunk to find truffles too.

{from NotCot, available from Barneys}

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Throw-back Bodum Kettle

I drink a lot of coffee and as a result I own a lot of Bodum products (it’s a disease, I swear) and I LOVE the color of this tea kettle! The color is in no way related to any of the colors in any part of my apartment, and I’d have to make sure that it doesn’t clash with my hypothetical future collection of bright yellow Le Creuset, but it is just so happy and cheerful. It’s a remake of Bodum’s 1986 tea kettle, designed by Ettore Sottass.

From Design Milk via NotCot.

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