1. Chilote Wool Slippers ($75)

Handmade by artisans in Patagonia, these nubby sheep's-wool house shoes keep feet toasty and are fitted with salmon-skin leather soles. Each pair comes with a repair kit that includes extra wool and leather. Buy it at Chilote Shoes.

2. Brookstone Towel Warmer ($100)

Drop a towel in the canister before stepping into a shower and the rewards are huge: Wrapping yourself in plush cotton warmed by the device "feels like receiving the best hug of your entire life." Buy it on Amazon.

3. Honeywell UberHeat Personal Heater ($37)

Honeywell's small and stylish 1,500-watt ceramic heater warms a small room faster than most any rival around. It comes in black or white and has an adjustable thermostat and a three-year warranty. Buy it at Amazon.

4. Sydney Herringbone Stripe Throw ($128)

This "cashmere-soft" Italian throw looks just as good draped over the back of your couch as it does at the foot of your bed or wrapped around your shoulders on a chilly night. "Hot chocolate sold separately." Buy it at Amazon.

5. Parachute Classic Bathrobe ($99)

Parachute works with artisans from around the world to make luxury bedding and bath products at a reasonable price. The company's "super fluffy" Turkish cotton robe will be "the last robe you'll ever need." Buy it at Parachute Home.

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