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Don't throw stones at glass coffeemakers ... but do pour hot water over your grounds. A handsome pour-over option for classing up any kitchen.
Handcrafted from your choice of solid alder or beech wood, this clock adds an affordable but elevated touch to a bedside table or desk.
Open the door, light some cone incense and watch smoke curl out of the vent.
Pennsylvania's Woolrich has been making blankets since the Civil War. This one appropriately features an eagle, stars and stripes.
If there’s one British menswear staple every gent should adopt, it’s the Harrington. Lightweight and water-resistant for the wind and rain ahead.
Trusted Bang & Olufsen sound in .63-oz. Bluetooth headphones with inline controls, a mic and five hours of battery life.
Once this citrus, teakwood and tobacco candle burns down, clean it out and pour yourself a couple fingers of whiskey.
Pendleton’s rustic Walking Rock fabric on a powder-coated, minimalist rocking chair from Canada's Gus* Modern. Post up near the fireplace.
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