You'll want to get your hands on these new and noteworthy items from across the West.

Bowled Over

The subtle legs on each From the Bay powder-coated Pin bowl (from $42) elevate—both literally and figuratively—whatever trinkets, treasures and treats the bowls happen to hold.

Roll Out

Equipped with hand-finished removable trays and your choice of a silver or gold frame and wheels, Kaymet’s Modern Trolley bar cart ($867) rolls with you no matter where the party goes.

On the Low

Originally designed for the modern abodes of post-war America, architect Florence Knoll’s classic, no-fuss coffee table ($1,526) has been updated with a lower profile so you can kick up your feet more easily.

Cloud Nine

Arrange Gus Modern’s Nexus modular sectional ($1,365 for armless chair; $2,245 for armless chaise) however you please and prepare to stay a while as you sink into its plush, low-profile and recycled-plastic-filled cushions.

Take a Seat

Cozy up al fresco on CB2’s Ixtapa loveseat ($600), which features an easy, breezy (and rain-resistant) PVC-cord construction that will effortlessly transport you to the sand and waves of Mexico.

Touch and Feel

We dare you to keep your eyes—and hands—off of the Touch sideboard (from $7,310), designed by Studioilse for Zanat. Handcrafted in Bosnia and Herzegovina using traditional woodcarving techniques, each piece takes on a look (and texture) that’s all its own.

Shut the Front Door

The reissued Dédé doorstop ($104)designed by Philippe Starck for Alessi
more than two decades ago is a paragon of its creator’s aesthetic: quirky, spirited and visually appealing.

Bright Idea

With its airy wire construction, LED tech and playful inspo (think Christmas garlands and wooden merry-go-rounds), the Titia suspension light ($4,147)—dreamed up by designer Arihiro Miyake for Nemo—is as functional as it is whimsical.

Feel the Burn

Vancouver Candle Co., which brought us a collection of scented soy candles inspired by the city’s ’hoods, is back with its most luxurious creation yet: Discovery, a line of six essential oil-infused candles ($45 for 11 oz; $70 for 26 oz) designed to restore, comfort and invigorate the senses.

Outside the Box

Big-time executive meets from-the-future cool in the Tonelli Naked chair ($7,395) designed by Giovanni Tommaso Garattoni. It’s formed from a black or white adjustable armchair surrounded by glass panels.