If you play your cards right, you’ll spend lots of cozy weekends at home this winter. Here, we have a deck of those cards—and a few more worthy splurges for fun all season.

By Cat Dash
January 29, 2020
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Dusen Dusen Stack Pattern Puzzle

The colorful graphics will keep guests inspired. The 500 pieces will keep them chatting, challenged, and collaborating.

To buy: $25; amazon.com.

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Rainbow Playing Cards

Upgrade your game of hearts with a deck that trades the red and black suits for an ombré range of colors.

To buy: $12; amazon.com.

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Sunnylife Lucite 4-in-a-Row Game

There’s no need to put this game away when you’re done playing. The acrylic rack is pretty enough to keep on display.

To buy: $120; shopbop.com.

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Vintage Copper Smartphone Projector

Point this cardboard projector at a blank wall and the whole group can watch what’s on your phone.

To buy: $30; papersource.com.

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Wine-O’s Hexagons

Stylish felt hexagons that slip onto wineglass stems are like the champagne of drink charms.

To buy: $19 for 12; graf-lantz.com.

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Peak Popcorn Popper

You’re two minutes away from a healthy snack with a collapsible, microwavable vessel that holds more than nine cups of popcorn—no oil or butter required.

To buy: $20; amazon.com.

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Nolita Cocktail Set

Mix a few cocktails using this sleek, color-block tool set.

To buy: $100; katespade.com.

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Oven-to-Table Two-Part Dish Set

Cheese dips have never looked as classy as they do in this heat-safe, split serving dish.

To buy: $25; crateandbarrel.com.

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Ginger Fox After Dinner Trivia Tin

With 300 trivia cards in six categories, this game will entertain guests for hours.

To buy: $30; amazon.com.