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Chinese Secret - This Chinese-inspired chest is made from medium-density fiberboard and maple that is certified as sustainably harvested. Measuring 53 1/8 inches wide, the unit is formaldehyde-free and features nontoxic water-based paint. It comes in 11 colors, including China red shown here. Cost: $1,770. Waterfall Bathroom Furniture. 888-521-3141.

Mini Heat - Mini Series is the newest member of the manufacturer's line of on-demand water heaters. Designed for low to medium flow point-of-use applications, the energy-saving unit comes in three models that can provide 3, 4, and 6 kilowatts of power. It is made from fiberglass-reinforced plastic and measures 6 ½ inches by 7 ½ inches. It weighs only 3.5 pounds. Cost: $139. Stiebel Eltron. 800-582-8423.

Hands Free - This Tikka headlamp could come in handy for those times when there is no one to hold a flash light. The water-resistant product is made from scratch-resistant polycarbonate and sounds a warning when batteries are 70 percent and 90 percent discharged. It uses long-life light-emitting diodes and has three lighting levels. Cost: $59.95. Petzl. 801-926-1500.

Bit by Bit - the maker of The Bit Dr. says the driver packs the function of 21 screwdrivers. It offers 21 driver heads, six driving positions, and three length adjustments. The 4-inch shaft folds into the handle when not in use so it can be stored in a pocket or a tool pouch. Cost: $24.95. LoggerHead Tools. 888-564-4374. Circle no. 103.

Blue Ribbon Panels - Handy Panels allow small contractors to install cedar siding in a snap (pun intended). The panels are made from kiln-dried Western red cedar shingles mounted over a plywood backing. Easy to install, each panel measures 4 feet long, features overlapping end joints, and has a breathable fiberglass barrier to protect against moisture damage. Starter strips and nails are included. Cost: $120. Cedar Valley Shingle Systems. 800-521-9523.

Double Dutch - This door started as a winning entry in a student design competition; today it is available as a special order item in the company's custom wood line. Designed by Nathan Williams of Virginia Tech, the door is based on the traditional Dutch split door, which allows for either the top or bottom half of the door to open separately. However, Williams' design has six individual hinged wood and glass panels that can be opened separately. Cost: starts at $3,000. Jeld-Wen. 800-877-9482.