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Trending on Remodelista: The Holiday Shopping Season Begins

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Trending on Remodelista: The Holiday Shopping Season Begins

November 27, 2020

Flummoxed as to what to gift your loved ones this year? Remodelista’s editors are here to help:

Above: See 2020 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Guide, Including Special Offers for Remodelista Readers for a list sales at our favorite small businesses (including Bloomist), many of which are offering additional deals for Remodelista editors.
Above: Meredith rounds up Remodelista’s first holiday gift guide of the year, this one for For Beloved Dogs & Cats. How great is this Cat Tunnel, made in the US of paper and cardboard and scented with silvervine, a catnip alternative; $10.99. (Remember to check the website for more gift guides every week.)
Hannukah starts December \10 this year. Margot presents her favorite handmade versions, including this Constellations Menorah from MQuan. See Handmade Hanukkah: 5 Favorite Menorahs for \20\20.
Above: Hannukah starts December 10 this year. Margot presents her favorite handmade versions, including this Constellations Menorah from MQuan. See Handmade Hanukkah: 5 Favorite Menorahs for 2020.

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