March 9, 2021

20 Favorite Finds From 2020 For The Home

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With 2021 just hours away, we thought we would take a brief look back at twenty of our favorite finds from 2020 for the home. These are some of our top items, including personal favorites you can find throughout our house and garden, as well as items that were most loved or shopped by you! As more people spent their days at home, home decorating, organizing, and gardening became increasingly popular. Entertaining at home with family brought new ideas for sharing meals and fun moments together. Spending time outside in the yard took on a whole new meaning, as many began gardening for the first time. It was difficult to narrow down to just twenty favorites since this was a year of discovering so many wonderful new brands. The list is just a sampling of so many wonderful items for the home you can find throughout our posts from 2020.

We have a few of these stylish watering cans around the house. They work especially well on small potted plants.

A convenient alternative to fussing with matches, these modern rechargeable lighters have become one of our household staples. I even added one to everyone’s stocking this year.

I love slipping into these soft slippers when the floor is cold in the morning. The memory foam makes them extra comfortable and the rubber soles mean they can be worn outside as well.

Our skillets get plenty of use daily. These non-stick ones are perfect for cooking on our gas range, since they heat up quickly and are easy to clean.

I’ve been adding quite a few frames to hold our collection of family photos this year. These acrylic frames are so easy to use, and match with any decor style.

We’ve enjoyed cooking and baking through-out the year, and these nested mixing bowls have made it so much easier. They come with fitted lids to pop on so you can save ingredients for later.

I love all things rattan and wicker, from bags to home decor. This coffee table book has been a wonderful addition to my collection, offering inspiration and history on the craftsmanship and beauty of rattan.

These silicone storage bags provide a practical and sustainable alternative to plastic sandwich bags, and they’re great for carrying snacks on the go.

These colorful small bowls are made from recycled materials and are break and chip-resistant, making them a perfect choice for Clementine’s snacks and meals.

We began using these sponge cloths as an all-natural substitute for paper towels and cleaning cloths, and have been so happy with them. They can be used  over and over, and thrown in the washing machine. We even gifted a few to family this year

Clementine loves to wrap up in these soft baby blankets, which are her favorite. We use them in her crib, in the stroller, and to snuggle with on the couch.

The Vitamix blender is hands down the best blender we’ve ever tried. We use ours regularly for smoothies, sauces, soups and more.

These ceramic pots have an extra scalloped rim that adds such a pretty detail. We have them in a variety of sizes in our home and on our porch.

I always include placemats when setting the table and this printed set adds a wonderful touch of color to any tablescape.

I love the feel of crisp white sheets on a bed, especially after it has just been made. We use these wonderful cotton sets on all our beds throughout our home.

Scalloped edges add a feminine touch to these fun wicker frames, which we have displayed around our home in a variety of sizes.

For those of you with little room, this foldable garden cart is especially handy. Thomas has put ours to good use while spending time working in his garden this year.

These island wrapped glasses are a part of our everyday glassware. They are easy to pop into the dishwasher by just slipping off the island wrapping.

We’ve used these woven doormats since we first moved into our home. They are an attractive neutral option that is also durable and moisture-resistant.

Comfort has very much been a theme in our home this year, and this super soft pima cotton pajama set is one of my favorite pairs.



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