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Hanging by a Thread

A modern take on the macramé trend, Closed Mondays’ sunny hanging planters ($82 for small size and $125 for large size) are a smart way to introduce some greenery into spatially challenged abodes. muchandlittle.com

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Blue Crush

Victoria-based JMP Flow and Design gives the classic charcuterie board a dreamy update with the wood and resin cheese board ($80), which combines acacia wood with swirling art in galactic shades of blue. etsy.ca

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Smoke and Mirrors

Victoria’s Picot Collective makes home and body goods, all with one custom scent: the sweet, smoky and sumptuous honey tobacco. Try the unisex fragrance in the honey tobacco crystal roller ($40), which comes with a crystal roller ball that may be personalized as desired (rose quartz for healing, for example, or amethyst for clarity). picotcollective.com

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Cup of Tea

Vancouver-based Woash Wellness’s nourishing (and nutritionist-approved) loose-leaf tea blends ($12.50 each) make self-care easy. Choose from varieties like the milk oolong-infused Think, meant to boost brain function, and the caffeine-free Immunity, meant to fend off sickness. nineteenten.ca

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Drink Up

The Everyday cup ($30 each) by Victoria-based Wicked Wanda Pottery has an attractive tapered shape and calming pastel glaze (in lilac, sage or cloud) that makes it ideal for, well, everyday. erikaarbournevins.com

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Knock on Wood

Ingrid Kitsch, the designer behind the Dauphin, Manitoba-based Knitgrid, came up with this Mother Nature-inspired macramé wall hanging ($68) as an alternative to the standard wreath that typically decorates front doors. theliveryshop.com

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Basket Case

Aussie-based J’Jute puts a fun twist on the typical jute vessel with the Ecole Meeting jute basket ($430). Use it to stash pillows and throws, and grasp the wavy handles to take it to any room you please. providehome.com

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Follow the Rainbow

Featuring inventive colour pairings like khaki and purple and toffee and turquoise, the Bang! cushions (from $255 each), designed by Elena Castaño-López for Sancal, were made to be mixed, matched and mixed again. pompandcircumstance.ca