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Concrete Jungle

Calgary-based brand Mtharu’s Alpha Q table ($1,410) is a structure you can trust—this 100- percent biodegradable table made from custom concrete can hold up to 250 pounds of weight. switzercultcreative.com

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Half-Baked

Red terracotta peeks out from under the incomplete glaze of the Large Vase ($159) by Silvia K Ceramics; it’s an imperfectly polished piece hungry for winter blooms. providehome.com

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Playing Hooky

Give your closet some avant-garde character with Omer Arbel’s 89 hangers ($130 for set of 4). These futuristic curios are made by scanning traditional hangers using a hacked 3D scanning process to create a sand mould, which molten brass is then poured into. oaoworks.com

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Table Manners

Constructed with white powder-coated aluminum and black walnut, the Osprey table ($9,200) from Kamloops designer Sascha Porteous’s first ready-made collection, Skyline, is inspired by birds in flight. livetimber.com

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Personal Touch

You can feel good about cozying up in the geometric Naari quilt ($372) by Anchal. This super-transparent nonprofit emphasizes fair trade and ethical working conditions for women— each piece has a tag hand- stitched with the artisan’s name. infavorof.com

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Turkish Delight

These Turkish kilim cushions (from $99) by Vancouver’s Droplet Home Goods are one-of-a-kind, zero-waste finds. Made from unique, antique Turkish rugs, the pillows are stuffed with upcycled terry towel inserts left over from other projects. droplethomegoods.com

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Rule of Three

Rule your empire—your way—with Ffabb’s 3’s Companee ottomans (from $595)—the wool-blend quilted seats can function as footstools or ottomans, and are handmade in three sizes and four neutral colours. ffabb.com

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Drop It Like It’s Hot

Louis Poulsen’s Toldbod lights (from $430) are a picky minimalist’s dream: the matte- white, rounded interior creates a soft, uniform light, and the Danish designer just dropped them in four sizes and five colour choices (including a sassy dark rose). informinteriors.com

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Super Bowls

These clay bowls (from $14) by Barter Design were originally designed commercially for B.C. taco king Tacofino, but are now available to hold the public’s pico de gallo, too. barterdesign.ca

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Sit, Stay

You won’t want to get out of Mark Cocar’s Enzo chair ($1,750)—the buttery soft leather plus sturdy steel legs mean there’s no sacrificing comfort for cool factor. instagram.com/icon_mfg

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Order in the Court

Elevate your table tennis game on the matte finish of Union Wood Co.’s The Break ping-pong table (from $8,605)—then detach the removable net for a seamless transition from rec space to workspace. unionwoodco.com