Jon Peterson wrote:I understand that there are consumables (i.e.: wine) that are both Kosher and/or Kosher for Passover. Are there also non-consumables, like furniture and wine coasters and virtually everything else, that are Kosher and/or Kosher for Passover?
I'm not sure if I understand your question well but if you're asking whether non-food/drink things such as furniture, fridges, sofas etc can be or not considered kosher for Passover then the answer is yes.
Before Passover we must clean our furniture and kitchen equipment to ensure it's cleared of "chametz", that is to say leavened foods such as bread, pasta, cookies etc. It is forbidden to possess and consume any sort of "chametz" food or beverages (whiskey, beer, grain vodka...) during the entire 8 days of Passover.
I hope I answered your question and that I did so clearly enough.