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Just Deserts

Inspired by the colours and motifs of the desert, Ferm Living’s Mirage cushions ($125 each) are earthy enough to ground a space but still have plenty of charm. espacedonline.com

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Warped Tour

The freehand construction of the Smash serving spoons (from $80) by Vancouver-based metalsmith Stefanie Dueck results in elegantly distorted utensils that serve their purpose with no shortage of character. shop.stefaniedueck.com

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On the Clock

Part of a collection of ceramic clocks designed by George Nelson for Vitra in the 1950s, Model 2 ($470) features a punchy, pop art-inspired shape that makes a statement on nightstands. eq3.com

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Kinda Blue

Modelled after the curves of a woman and drenched in Klein blue, the Matisse woman vase ($190) by Victoria-based ceramicist Rachel Saunders is a showstopper whether it’s holding blooms or standing on its own. rookandrose.com

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In Bloom

Discarded plastic finds new life in Sancal’s Flower Power vases (from $40 each), which
act as textile shams for disposable water bottles. Choose from cheery prints that depict everything from grids and polka 
dots to anthropomorphic cats and bananas. pompandcircumstance.ca

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Ear Candy

Inspired by Russian constructivist art, Vancouver-based Erica Leal Jewellery’s Golden Age earrings ($675) combine bronze, acrylic and resin to stunning effect. ericalealjewellery.com

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Open Book

Dive deep into Kelly Wearstler’s eclectic aesthetic with Kelly Wearstler: Evocative Style ($75), the first book from the celebrated American designer in 10 years. Expect behind- the-interiors insights and images of never- before-photographed spaces. indigo.ca