Our experts recommendations on the best desks, couches, kitchen knives, grills, coffee machines, air purifiers, cookware, gardening tools and more, all in one place.
Drip & Espresso Machines
The best coffee maker is the one that fits your kitchen, budget and style, but never compromises on excellent coffee.
Pulling a shot from a semi-automatic espresso machine is more rewarding than pressing a button on your Nespresso machine.
If you want to make good coffee at home, you need a coffee grinder. These are the only nine you need to consider.
No right-minded barista on earth would brew coffee without a scale to measure both beans and water.
The best coffee mugs you can buy are largely dependent on taste and utility.
Because fresh coffee shouldn’t be a guessing game, these services have made its effective delivery a science.
Buying coffee beans from any one of these roasters will be an instant improvement to your morning cup of coffee.
Cold Brew & Canned Coffee
What tastes good hot isn't necessarily what tastes good cold. More at 11.
Bedding & Sleep Essentials
Sheets & Pillow Cases
We tested 35 different bed sheet sets to find the best bedding for every type of sleeper, at every budget.
Blankets & Comforters
Moisture-resistant, warm, odor-resistant and more, wool is the best choice for a warm winter blanket.
If you’re having trouble sleeping, a weighted blanket could help. Here’s what you need to know before buying, and the best ones to get.
Made using sleeping bag materials, these products are perfect for casual camping and fit right in around the house too.
Beds, Mattresses & Pillows
Looking for a mattress online but feel like you’re drowning in options?
Home Office & Productivity
Each has been selected for its design, ergonomics and ability to toggle between sitting and standing positions.
Office Chairs & Seating
Everything you need to know to find an office chair best suited to your needs, including ergonomics, price, aesthetics and features.
Starting at $75, here are six chairs that will keep your back in check over the next few months.
Contrary to popular belief, mechanical keyboards don’t have to be loud and flashy.
You're still taking a lot of video calls and your computer's built-in camera stinks. It's time to buy an external webcam.
If you're in the market for a new wireless mouse, you've got options.
Pens & Pencils
There’s an endless selection of pens available, ranging in price from a few cents to over $1,000.
A good pen should write well, and its ink should last for a long time. So why do people love $50 pens when $1 ones do the same thing?
Desk Accessories & Notepads
Desk pads are the humblest of workspace accessories, but they can significantly improve your desktop cleanliness and organization.
Distance yourself from your phone's Notes app and get back to physical notebooks.
A collection of the best reading and lounge chairs you can find on the internet, at every price point and in every style.
A guide to the most important piece of furniture that's not your bed.
From Ikea to an Eames icon, these are the best leather sofas and couches you can buy right now.
Being forced to sleep on the sofa used to be a punishment.
A media console should show off your system so that it looks good, it might even inspire a few family listening sessions.
Getting to know our staff a little better through the books they keep on their coffee table — or elsewhere.
Furniture Shopping Advice
Furniture Shopping Advice
From Ikea to Herman Miller, this is your survey of the best outdoor and patio furniture at every price point.
Fans, Heaters & Purifiers
The "out of stock" signs are telling — everyone's looking for an air purifier. These are the models to buy for every situation.
Knives & Kitchen Tools
Chef & Kitchen Knives
After years of testing, these are the kitchen knives worth spending your money on.
When kept sharp and treated with care, an affordable knife can withstand years of regular use.
All-purpose chef’s knives, single-focus slicing tools and everything in between.
Japanese chef’s knives are coveted by chefs the world over. But where do they buy them?
The mythic and weirdly specific world of Japanese kitchen knives, explained.
Steel hardness impacts how well a blade can hold an edge.
Other Kitchen Tools
There are no gear testers more rigorous than the commercial chef.
The rubber cutting board has the upper-hand on the wood and plastic board in almost every way.
Absolutely everything you need to get cooking, at every price point.
Cookware & Grilling
Others Pans & Cookware
Used by chefs and clever home cooks for years, carbon steel cookware has earned a spot in your kitchen cabinet.
From Weber to Napoleon, we've tested gas grills that cost less than $100 up to grills that cost more than a used car.
The absolute best pellet smokers, whether you’re on a budget, tailgating or setting up your backyard dream kitchen.
Plants, Gardening & Tools
New roommates for even the most neglecting people.
If you can't make it to your local nursery, there are some great websites that sell and ship plants directly to your door.
Make your garden the envy of the neighborhood with these essential gardening tools.
These are the essentials for beginning your foray into horticulture.
Tools & Lawn Care
The grass is greener when you have a self-propelled lawn mower.
Stop tip-toeing when a stepladder can take you higher.
Leave the rake inside and blow away the pine needles, leaves and sawdust.
Pantry Essentials, Meal Kits & Food Storage
Condiments & Snacks
Your favorite hot sauce cannot hold up to any one of these chili crisps.
If you think hot sauce begins and ends with Sriracha and Tabasco sauce, you don’t know the true meaning of spicy.
Food & Drink Subscription Kits
Even the world’s best home cooks need to call in the cavalry sometimes.
Food & Drink Storage
You don’t need to know the 25 best vessels to store leftovers and carry food to and from home.
Meal prepping has grown from a frugal-minded niche chore to a weirdly encouraging corner of social media culture.
Bathroom, Home Fragrance & Cleaning
The two biggest brands in electric toothbrushes go head to head, er, tooth to tooth.
Once you realize the humble oil diffuser is basically a safer, reloadable candle, you understand its charm.
Cooped-up adventurers, take note: being inside can be an experience that transports you.