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Three new online sites to outfit your cooking studio 

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Whether we're hunting for gifts or seeking adornment for our own pads, our eyes are always peeled for unique kitchen and table finds.

But trolling behemoth sites like Amazon or even Etsy has led to ocular fatigue. So we were relieved to come across a spate of smallish, hyper-focused online stores of late, which offer goods meticulously culled by individuals with great taste.

Bookmark these sites for future shopping; your eyes will thank you.

Herriott Grace: This bicoastal project between Nikole Herriott and her father, Lance, features gorgeous wood dishes ($135), spoons ($240) and bowls ($265), which Lance makes by hand in limited quantity. Nikole maintains the site (and the recipe-rich blog) and is responsible for the lush photography.

Tydepool: A designer by trade, Courtney Lewis started this site as a place to stash her online finds. It developed into a full-blown curated collection, stocked with everything from Dram Hangover Tonic ($18) to a retro kitchen scale ($33).

QuitoKeeto: Move quickly to score the finds from 101 Cookbooks blogstress Heidi Swanson at this digital pop-up shop. Items are released on a rolling basis: sign up for the mailing list to be informed when a new batch of goods goes on sale. 

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