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1. Recycled glass coasters ($80 set of 4) are fun–and protect tables, too. Happy Owl Glassworks, Concord, MA. happyowlglass.com

2. Hold on tight to your drinks with this sturdy “Trigger Mug” ($52 set of 4). Bennington Potters, Bennington, VT. 802-447-7531; benningtonpotters.com

3. Pure linen towels (from $40) absorb like crazy and last a long time. Brahms/Mount Textiles, Hallowell, ME. 800-545-9347; brahmsmount.com

4. Cocoa looks snazzy and stays warm in a pewter hot chocolate pot (about $150). Woodbury Pewter, Woodbury, CT. 800-648-2014; woodburypewter.com

5. There’s nothing funny about the serious hot chocolate flavor of Silly Cow Farms organic mix ($6). Bread & Chocolate, Wells River, VT. 802-429-2920; burnhamandmills.com

6. Alpaca and wool create a soft throw ($189). Emma Gardner Design, Litchfield, CT. 860-567-5201; emmagardnerdesign.com

7. Build your own clean-lined “No. 7″ tape-back rocker ($290 for the kit)–or pick the finished version ($580). Shaker Workshops, Ashburnham, MA. 978-827-9900; shakerworkshops.com

8. Intricate naturalist drawings highlight hand-built earthenware vases ($110/$135). Laura Zindel Ceramics, Guilford, VT. 802-254-8930; zindelceramics.com

9. Warm up around this iron fireplace grate ($119.95). American Personalized Products, Greenfield, NH. americanpersonalizedproducts.com

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