The prettiest new paint colours, folksy dishware and more on-trend pieces.

1. All Wound Up

Plaited extra-thick hyacinth fibres give the Tress basket (small, $139; large, $169) a durable, sculptural form. Available in black, brown and white. Article, online,

2. Face Time

Caesarstone’s engineered quartz forms the basis of their new limited-edition wall clocks ($300). Available in six materials. Caesarstone, across the West,

3. Pixelated Pour

Nachtmann’s Punk collection of glassware by Anke Buchmann ($39 for a four-tumbler set; $179 for a set of two old-fashioned glasses and a decanter) brings new edge to the bar. Also available in black, orange and red glass. William Ashley, online,

4. Case Study

Lando’s Novella Maxi sideboard (shown in natural larch, $9,878) is available in four wood finishes and can be ordered with a lacquered mint-green interior. Spencer Interiors, Vancouver,

5. Saturation Point

Add instant drama to interiors with Benjamin Moore’s moody and soft matte Century collection ($125 per gallon). From top to bottom: Veronese Green (also shown in room), Obsidian and Delft. Benjamin Moore, across the West,

6. In the Loop

Ancient knot patterns from China and Scandinavia form the basis of Winnipeg artist Sara Clark’s sculptural made-to-order wall hangings—like this Pipa knot (from $55). Rally Co., Courtenay, B.C., rallyco.caSara Clark, Winnipeg,

7. Happy Birthday, Finland!

Marimekko’s new Veljekset pattern serveware ($15 to $49) depicts Finnish folk tales in celebration of the country’s 100 years of independence. Marimekko, Vancouver, marimekkovancouver.comKit, Calgary,

8. Circular Logic

With its asymmetric body and seamless stone-composite construction, MSDS Studio’s Halves coffee table for Muuto ($535) exemplifies the refined minimalism for which the Canadian collective is known. Espace D, Vancouver,; Kit, Calgary,; Hut K, Winnipeg,

9. Letter Perfect

Moglea’s hand-painted notebooks ($35) elevate all penned pursuits, from the humble to-do list to fine-art projects. Old Faithful Shop, Vancouver,

10. Grand Entrance

West Elm’s Modern entryway mirror and coat rack ($559) eschews the bulk of traditional hall trees for a slim display of walnut, brass and mirrored glass. West Elm, across the West,

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