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Got $600 to Spare? These Knives Make a Great Gift for Yourself

Everything you love about Wüsthof knives with extra bits of flair.

Williams Sonoma

Welcome to Window Shopping, a weekly exercise in lusting over home products we want in our homes right the hell now. This week: a TV stand nicer than your TV, award-winning coffee and more.

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1 Aeon Chef's Knife
Williams Sonoma

According to Wüshof Chairman Harald Wüsthof, the new Aeon collection is "designed for the chef who has a passion for form and function." It's also for someone with a lot of extra cash on hand, but if you can splurge on it, you won't be disappointed. The knives — a chef's knife, serrated knife and santoku knife — use high-carbon stainless-steel blades that are coated with Diamond-Like Coating, or DLC. The DLC adds a black-ish tint to the blade that is more than just for looks — it also has superior scratch-resistance and protects the blade from liquids, acids and starches. The cherry on top of the whole thing is the handle made from 3,249-year-old Scandinavian bogwood, because if you're spending $600 on a knife, you pull out all the stops. 

2 The Media Console

Floyd is expanding its shelving system with the introduction of a media console. It's designed to be the perfect height for optimal TV viewing from your sofa, and there's a decent amount of storage for your cable boxes, gaming systems and miscellaneous items. You can add additional cabinets to keep the clutter hidden from sight, and if you already have Floyd storage, the media console integrates into for a truly decked-out shelving system. At most, it takes 20 minutes to assemble and after that, you're practically set for life.

3 Composed Stool

NYC design studio Ladies & Gentlemen is finally rounding out its Composed series with Dims. with the launch of its stool. Designed to complement Dims.' best-selling Composed Vanity II, the stool maintains a similar aesthetic with slim powder-coated steel legs and an ash wood top. Although branded as a stool, it also pulls double duty as a side table.

4 Roaster of the Year Sampler Set
Greater Goods
Greater Goods

Roast magazine's choice for best micro roaster of 2021 is Texas-based Greater Goods, which means their coffee is great and so are its dedication to its community, employees and the earth. The trio of coffees that Greater Goods sent in for consideration are now available in a sampler set, in which you can get each winning coffee in a four-ounce bag. The Pick-Me-Up house blend is a crowdpleaser, the Ethiopia Halo Beriti is for the single-origin lovers and the complex Ecuador Putushio is for the coffee fanatics. Scoop the sampler up fast, then buy the full-sized bags to know what winning tastes like.

5 Spruce Steamers
Our Place
Our Place

Earlier this year, Our Place released a collection of cookware to celebrate Lunar New Year. Part of the limited-edition line was a variation of its ever-popular Always Pan that included a nesting wooden steamer. You've probably seen something similar if you've ever eaten dim sum or had soup dumplings. Now Our Place is bringing back the wood steamer as an add-on for those who already own the Always Pan. Available in a two-pack, the stacking spruce steamers make sure you get perfectly steamed dumplings, vegetables, fish and more every time. 

6 Christmas Ornaments Set
Carhartt WIP

Carhartt started as a workwear brand, evolved into a fashion with Carhartt WIP and is now a full-on lifestyle brand. Deck the halls with Carhartt-branded ornaments and let everyone know how seriously you take your hypebeast game.

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