We recently found much to covet on a visit to one of the latest store-within-a-store concepts: West Elm Market.

Last week, West Elm debuted the feature in eight cities across the country. Our version at Mockingbird Station is a bright space full of even more brilliant kitchen and garden items, just a stone’s throw from plush pillows and adjacent to the reclaimed-wood dining sets.

Our standout favorites:

Iittala Three-Quart Stockpot This Finnish-designed stove-top slow cooker ($295) will make our winter way warmer. With its cast-iron exterior, the enamel-lined pot is perfect, whether you’re making a casserole or chili.

Weck Glass Jars Great for canning, these German-made tapered containers ($3.50 to $4.50) look old-school but have a modern edge: They’re dishwasher and microwave safe.

Marbleized Cylinder Planters Terra-cotta with a twist, the planters ($9 to $24) have a swirled-gray marbleized finish. We’re flashing on planting pansies in our immediate future.

Magnetic Bamboo Board This handsome note board ($24) has a bamboo veneer and galvanized-steel accents. Four magnets can hold keys too, making it a practical, welcome addition to our refrigerator.

And while we’re on the topic, the Smeg refrigerator ($2,000) in red may be the cherry atop this sunny collection.

West Elm, 5307 E. Mockingbird Lane; 214-821-3999 or westelm.com

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