While “fresh” and “crisp” are the typical go-to themes for spring, Vancouver designer Stephanie Brown is leaning the other way this year, embracing warm, organic textures and accents. “I’m usually an advocate for clean and contemporary design, but I love how this wabi-sabi inspired vibe brings softness, warmth and texture to otherwise sleek spaces,” she says. “This look embraces imperfections and natural materials—and, whether used broadly or sparingly, it perfectly complements a West Coast Modern aesthetic.”

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Architect: Yakusha Design

“This interior is by Victoria Yakusha, founder of Faina and Yakusha Design, and features Kumanec vases and Faina’s Ztista table.” yakusha.design

Kumanec vases and Faina’s Ztista table set in front of a concrete wall.

Ceramicah plaster lamp from Lawson Fenning

“I love how the organic plaster finish gives new life to the minimal form of this half-dome table lamp.” lawsonfenning.com

Ceramic plaster lamp with a half moon shade

MQuan Studio wall hanging

“These handmade wall hangings are unique tactile art. I love how they add texture, depth, even movement to a space, and range from subtle tones to high-contrast compositions.” mquan.com

Wall hanging made of many ceramic discs

Janaki Larsen ceramics

“Janaki’s work is so stunning. And coveted: just try nabbing her pieces and you’ll soon realize doing so is an art within itself. Each piece is one of a kind, creating an ensemble of dinnerware that’s truly a conversation piece.” janakilarsenceramics.com

A selection of ceramics in shades of grey
Mille et Claire pillows and J’Jute baskets and rugs from Provide

“These organic and woven accessories are my go-to staples for adding natural warmth to an interior.” providehome.com

Black woven j'jute baskets and white pillows

Color Atelier limewash paint

“If you’re up for committing to an organic vibe on a broader level, then limewash paint is a great way to add subtle depth and variation to your walls. And a bonus: it’s an all-natural product that’s non-toxic and even helps purify the air in your home.” coloratelierpaint.com

A wall and side table painted with limewash paint

Florence daybed from Lock and Mortice

“This piece is organic minimalism perfected—combining a sleek outer wood structure with supple and slouchy linen cushions. It’s a work of art and oh-so comfortable.” lockandmortice.com

A cream coloured daybed sits in a corner with wall hangings above it

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