January 2021 Home Product Recommendations from GH’s Senior Home Editor

As Good Housekeeping’s senior home editor, I come across tons of home-related products, both good and bad. But there are some special finds that are just too great to keep to myself. That’s why I’m sharing my favorite home items with you—our readers—here on our website every month in the hope that you’ll appreciate them as much as I do.


Last year presented challenges for many of us, myself included. So rather than deal with the pressure of committing to a never-ending list of resolutions, I’ve decided to keep it simple with a few manageable goals. At the top of the list are celebrating good design (it’s my job as Good Housekeeping‘s senior home editor) and valuing self-care. With these two thoughts in mind, I rounded up 11 product recommendations that will hopefully also bring you a bit of joy in the new year.

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Solid Bathroom Wastebasket

Opalhouse
target.com

$19.99

Just because it’s functional doesn’t mean it has to be unsightly. Ditch the drab bathroom wastebasket for this eye-catching metal design with a floral pattern.

2

2021 Live Life Beautifully Planner: Simplify Your Whole Life with The Good Housekeeping Planner

Good Housekeeping
amazon.com

$16.46

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HEARTS Awards auction exceeds fundraising goal

Dallas Market Center and ART, the creative home furnishings network, announced that the HEARTS Awards auction exceeded its fundraising goal.

The online auction, which featured more than 70 one-of-a-kind plates creatively transformed by artists, designers, celebrities, influencers and special guests, raised more than $10,000 for No Kid Hungry, a national campaign to end child hunger.

The top-earning plates were:

  • “Piecemeal: Cotton Candy” by Alexander Julian, which raised $915;
  • “Cobalt Vase Plate” by Anna Bond, which raised $545; and
  • “Boca Grande” by Kelly O’Neal; which raised $305.

“Thank you to the organizations and individuals who worked so hard to help us raise funds and feed families,” said Sharon Davis, executive director of ART. “We look forward to hosting an in-person awards event this summer where we may gather together and celebrate leadership.”

“Generous artists and bidders helped us exceed our goal and providing relief to those in need during a challenging year,” said Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “It is a tangible testament to the giving spirit of our industry community.”

The HEARTS Awards is a one-time special event being held in partnership and solidarity with 13 industry organizations to honor 13companies that have shown outstanding leadership,

How To Enhance Your Home With A Nautical Theme

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