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    38 New Products You Might Have Missed In 2018 (That You Should Check Out In 2019)

    2018 actually lasted for a century so there's a chance you missed a few product drops.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. Allswell, the online-only bedding brand, debuted its first two mattresses — offering a luxury feel for a fraction of the price you might find on competitor websites like Casper.

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    Get the signature mattress for $245+ (available in twin, full, queen, and king) or level up with the "Luxe Hybrid" for $345+ (available in twin, full, queen, king, and California king).

    2. Free People introduced CRVY, an extended-size denim collection with "curve-hugging" fits.

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    Get the high-rise super-skinny jeans (left; available in sizes 24-35) and the high-rise vintage straight jeans (right; available in sizes 24-35).

    Shop the full CRVY collection here.

    3. Dusen Dusen dipped its toes into the pet market with two stunning embroidered dog beds.

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    Get the Terra Dog Bed (pictured) and the Dot Dog Bed (not pictured) for $184.

    4. Aesop updated its cult-favorite, spray-on natural deodorant with a roll-on version.

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    Get it from Nordstrom for $35.

    And check out our picks for the best natural deodorant on BuzzFeed Reviews. (Psst, Aesop's herbal deodorant was our $$$ pick).

    5. Chrissy Teigen scored an exclusive kitchen and tabletop collection with Target (or Target scored an exclusive kitchen and tabletop collection with Chrissy?) called Cravings.

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    Get the four-piece tidbit bowls for $24.99.

    Shop the full Cravings collection here.

    6. Glossier created The Makeup Set, which bundles its three greatest hits: Boy Brow grooming pomade, Lash Slick film form mascara, and Cloud Paint cheek color.

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    Get it from Glossier for $40 (Boy Brow available in clear, brown, black, and blond; Cloud Paint available in six tints).

    7. Look Optic, "the new Warby Parker of reading glasses" dropped an impressive number of, well, impressively trendy frames made for long hours at the office.

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    Get the Screen Abbey (left; available in seven colors) for $78 or Sullivan (right; available in eight colors) for $68.

    Shop the full "readers" collection here.

    8. Petronics created a smartphone-connected cat toy, which quietly collected the award for "best new cat product" from the American Pet Products Association.

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    Promising review: "Finally, a toy that both animals and humans can enjoy. Worked well on all surfaces and got itself out of several tough spots. It is a bit on the expensive side, but when I consider the amount of money I already spent on toys that worked for a few days before crashing, or didn't work from the moment the batteries were installed, it's worth it. Autoplay is the best when you have something you need to get done and your cat needs some exercise." —NB

    Get it from Amazon for $149.99.

    9. Ionna Vautrin dreamt up a wild "factory candle" series for Eno Studio that imitates the curvature of factory chimneys.

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    Get it from Cooper Hewitt for $33.60+ (available in two-, three-, and five-wick and in sand, pale blue, and green).

    10. Amazon outdid itself with the Fire TV Stick 4K, a new best-in-class media streamer with super-quick Wi-Fi connectivity and an unbeatable price tag.

    Promising review: "I received the Fire TV Stick 4K on launch day. I own the previous model and this is a much better experience. First off, the remote is a huge improvement. The power button on the remote can turn on my TV, my receiver, Fire Stick, and switch the inputs automatically so the Fire Stick is on screen and ready to go with just one click of the power button. It's really nice. This is how it should have been all along. It gets even better, though: Let's say my TV is already on, and my receiver is set to a different input such as my FIOS TV box? All you do is click the home button on the remote and the remote switches the receiver to the correct HDMI input on the receiver for the Fire Stick! One remote to rule them all, and yes it controls volume on the receiver too! This is excellent. It's highly configurable. The setup is quite nice. You can define which inputs get picked when hitting the power and home button. You can define which device the volume buttons control. Amazon has done a great job with the Fire Stick 4K." —Adam

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99.

    11. Lunarly, a nature-inspired monthly self-care subscription box, was born.

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    Each monthly delivery includes a houseplant, journaling and meditation products, and other miscellanea to encourage self-growth.

    Get it for $40/month; save $10 by subscribing for three months.

    12. Lego brought a 1685-piece Statue of Liberty architecture kit into the world.

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    Promising review: "This is an absolutely beautiful architecture set. This one is different from the others in that it really gives height to the set, which allows for the folds of fabric in the statue to be seen and explored. Just a lot of fun to build, and I think this one will definitely get many comments. Kudos, Lego!" —Jeremy C.

    Get it from Amazon for $119.95.

    13. Chip and Joanna Gaines added 70+ pieces of farmhouse-inspired fall decor to their Target Magnolia line (and yes, some of it is still available).

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    Get the set of four appetizer plates for $22.99 (left) or the set of four salt bowls (right) for for $14.99.

    Shop the full Hearth & Hand With Magnolia collection here.

    14. COSRX, the K-beauty brand behind the best-selling pimple patches, introduced a two-in-one serum that clears and tightens pores. (People with sensitive skin swear by it.)

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    Promising review: "This is a miracle worker. I have very dry, sensitive skin that is acne prone. I had very large pores on and around my nose that frequently became clogged. I was desperate to find something that would clear them without drying or irritating my skin. This did it. I use this twice a day, two pumps rubbed in with my fingertips. After only one week, I have no clogged pores and have seen a significant decrease in their size. I know this may sound too good to be true, but this is a very real review. My skin is so smooth and soft now, I can't wait to see how it will improve as time goes on." —Autumn

    Get it from Amazon for $15.89.

    15. Sonos added one more critical favorite to its catalogue with the Beam, an affordable (comparatively speaking, at least) sound bar with voice-assistant integration.

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    Promising review: "First, being a professional musician with very picky ears, I have to say that Sonos REALLY knows how to make a good-sounding speaker. Yes, they're pricey, but you really get what you pay for. I had already purchased two Sonos One speakers for music and loved them. For my TV sound I had a full 5.1 system with AV receiver, subwoofer, front and rear, center speakers. LOTS of stuff taking up LOTS of space. The sound was fantastic, but I have a small condo and it was way too much for the space. I was able to eliminate everything with this little Beam speaker. I paired it with with my two Sonos One speakers and the surround sound is almost as good as my full 5.1 previous system. I am THRILLED with the change." —Gadget freak in SF

    Get it from Amazon for $399 (available in black and white).

    16. Amazon released an updated, 100%- waterproof Kindle Paperwhite with two times the storage space but less physical bulk.

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    Promising review: "I love the fact that I can read on this Kindle in both daylight and dim light conditions. It is so light and compact, which makes it easy to hold, easy to travel with, and the battery lasts forever. I love it." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $129.99.

    Read our full review here.

    17. Chasing Paper, the one-stop shop for removable peel-and-stick wallpaper, expanded its collection with a handful of fun, '70s-inspired prints.

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    Get the bubble print (left) for $40 (for a 2x4) or the agate print (right) for $40 (for a 2x4 sheet; available in multicolor, blue, and gray).

    Shop the full wallpaper collection here.

    18. Everlane kicked off the ReNew collection — a 100% plastic-free assortment of fleeces and puffer jackets — as part of a company-wide commitment to sustainability.

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    Get the short parka (left) for $165 (available in XS-XL and in ochre, navy, and dark green) and the fleece sweatshirt (right) for $55 (available in XXS-XL and in eight colors).

    Shop the full ReNew collection here.

    19. The sex-positive kweens of Broad City debuted a line of sex toys over at Lovehoney that are both sexually and "fiscally arousing."

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    Get the Yas Kween vibe for $6.60 (originally $21.99).

    Browse the full Broad City collection here.

    20. Danish brand Ferm Living gave us the minimalist Flying Shelf that uses its geometric pieces (a sphere or cylinder) as both art and hardware for mounting.

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    Get it from Finnish Design Shop for $171+ or Lumens for $239+ (available with sphere and cylinder mounting and in brass and chrome).

    21. Ikea leaned into small-space storage solutions in its 2018 catalogue — a favorite being this wall-mounted bamboo unit.

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    Promising review: "Was very pleased to find that it required a minimum of screw holes to secure the uprights to the wall. Relatively simple installation. Having a level is highly recommended, because the wall anchors are hidden. The design is scalable and blends very well with different decor." —PetitDom

    Get it from Ikea for $111.

    22. Poketo collaborated with the Texas-based design studio Breda to create a Japanese Quartz watch with a splash of Poketo's signature primary colors.

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    Get it from Poketo for $90.

    23. Zara Home added some serious Milanese haute decor to its AW18 collection with shimmery fabrics, brass accents, and geometric intrigue.

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    Get the marble table (left) for $79.90 or the tumbler (right) for $7.99 (available in dark grey and rose).

    Shop the full AW Collection here.

    24. Reformation's first foray into the plus-size space — The Ali Tate Cutler collection — went live and was followed up with plus-size denim options.

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    Get the Julia Crop High Cigarette pants (pictured) for $128 (available in 12-24 and in black and blue).

    Shop the full denim collection or Ali Tate Cutler collection here.

    25. Wild One somehow managed to make poop fashionable with its line of trendy doggie bag carriers.

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    Get it from Wild One for $12 (available in six colors).

    26. Speaking of stylish poop: Squatty Potty took a squat at the intersection of decor and health with its acrylic "ghost" toilet stool — a doctor-recommended tool for "better elimination."

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    Promising review: "This thing is SLEEK! I bought this for my new home's main floor guest bath. We wanted to provide guests with the convenience of the Squatty Potty without the eyesore of the white 7-inch one. I feel like if Kim and Kanye had a Squatty Potty, it would be this one." —Durga D

    Get it from Amazon for $82.57.

    Stylish poop tools not so much your forte? Check out the original Squatty Potty for $24.99.

    27. The Property Brothers unveiled their home line for Amazon, Scott Living, a selection of understated rustic designs with an appealing price tag.

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    Get the nightstand from Amazon for $359.99.

    Shop the full Scott Living collection here.

    28. Areaware debuted a collection of little food puzzles perfect for the casual puzzlemaster with 20-or-so minutes to spare between work.

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    Get it from Food52 for $45+ (for a set of three fresh-food puzzles; also available in a set of four prepared food and full set of seven).

    29. Amazon rolled out an expansive live plant store encompassing eight trusty retailers and a range of small succulents and towering floor plants.

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    Okay, *technically* Amazon went live with this collection during December of 2017 but we're allowing it.

    Get the Fiddle-Leaf Fig (left) for $29.97+ (available 2-, 3-, and 4-feet) and the Pilea with ceramic planter and stand (right) for $54.99 (available with a black or white planter).

    Shop the full plant collection here.

    30. Hasami Porcelain expanded their collection of exquisite, affordable Japanese ceramics to include indoor planters.

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    Get it from Need Supply for $28+ (available in 3⅓ inch and 5⅔ inch and in gloss grey, black, and natural).

    31. Tortuga was born and gave us a totally customizable wood shelf with intriguing pyramid support.

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    Get it from Tortuga for $30+ (available in red oak, walnut, matte black, and zebra wood with your choice of yellow, teal, stainless steel, or black pyramid brackets).

    32. West Elm introduced a bunch of modern, bright designs for its spring catalogue — including the modular Thea Chair (now almost 50% off).

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    Get it from West Elm for $449.99 (originally $799).

    Shop all clearance items here.

    33. BuzzFeed launched its exclusive Goodful line at Macy's, full of modern, life-improving products for around the home.

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    Get the stainless steel kettle from BuzzFeed's Goodful line, exclusively at Macy's (pictured) for $56.99 (available in three colors).

    Shop the full Goodful collection here.

    34. Ling Ma debuted her first novel, Severance, a one-of-a-kind horror office-place satire, which built momentum at the tail-end of the year after topping multiple best-of lists.

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    Promising review: "I won't lie — I'm a fan of most apocalyptic literature, but this one was better than any I've read in a long time. The characters are presented with humor and humanity and the writing is incredibly absorbing. I wish I could read it again for the first time." —AM

    Get it from Amazon for $15.30+.

    35. A24 collaborated with the Brooklyn-based fragrance studio Joya to create a collection of film-genre candles. (What does "Horror" smell like? Well, leathery, of course.)

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    Get it from A24 for $48 (available in Horror, Western, Thriller, Noir, Adventure, and Musical).

    36. Ultimate Ears updated its line of portable speakers with the Boom 3, a powerful little engine that can be submerged underwater for up to 30 minutes.

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    Promising review: "Amazing sound combined with excellent connectability. Combine this with their charging stand, and it is the best BT unit I have put my hands on, and I've owned 4 to 5 others." —W. Harvey

    Get it from Amazon for $149.97 (available in blue, black, red, and purple).

    37. Apartamento, the influential interiors magazine, released a photography-packed hardcover book, The World of Apartamento, to celebrate its 10th year in publication.

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    Get it from Amazon for $36.36.

    38. And Kinto entered the future with its Day Off Tumbler, a sleek drinking vessel with a convenient, luggable handle.

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    Get it from Need Supply or Kinto $38 (available in dark gray, mustard, rose, navy, khaki, and white).

    I wrote about my Kinto Travel Tumbler — the Day Off's predecessor — in a Products We Really Love Right Now post last year.

    Reviews here have been edited for length and/or clarity.

    Looking for the perfect gift for any occasion? Check out all of BuzzFeed’s gift guides here!

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