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Catch Fire

Eldvarm’s Companion tool set (from $1,003), designed by Emma Olbers, makes tending to the fire a stylish task. It includes accessories like tongs and a blow poker, all available in a customizable palette of beech and painted steel or beech and leather. informinteriors.com

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Turn the Dial

For those who prefer the traditional broadcast experience to streaming, there’s Tivoli’s Model One radio (from $250)—it hit the market in 2017 and has been on our wish list ever since. The wood cabinet may have a mid-century feel, but the tech is 100-percent current: it boasts the crispest sound quality on the market. designhouse.com

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Whisked Away

At once a chic coaster and pleasingly crafted design object, the Machined Whisky Tray (from $285) by London-based label Buster and Punch offers imbibers a place to rest their glass. Choose from steel, brass or black metal. dadeartanddesignlab.com

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Bubble Up

Count on the Swedes to build an appliance you want to show off. Exhibit A: the Stockholm-based Aarke’s Carbonator II (from $259), a stainless- steel carbonator (in white, black, brass, steel or copper) that’s as snazzy as it is efficient. dadeartanddesignlab.com

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Hold the Phone

A smartphone that does it all deserves an equally sleek, multitasking cover—like Mujjo’s full leather wallet case ($110). The Dutch-designed sleeve is lined with Japanese microfibre for extra padding and has a handy slot for IDs and credit cards. litchfieldtheshop.com

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Plant a Seed

The rigid construction of Vancouver-based Mind the Minimal’s marble cylinder concrete planters ($28 for small size and $35 for medium size) offer a satisfying juxtaposition to the organic forms they hold. etsy.ca