Space saving tables, whimsical area rugs and more cool new products.

1. Rust and Bone

Ariane Prin’s evolving Rust collection ($125 to $1,320) sees particles from key cutters and metalworks around London muddled with gypsum and acrylic. Provide, Vancouver,

2. Bell Jar

Apparatus Studio’s new Lantern series (from $4,379) pairs finely fluted porcelain shades with contrasting brass construction and a series of spheres. Inform Interiors, Vancouver,

3. Grass Fed

Each Natural Weave basket chair ($899) is hand-woven in rural Jaipur using date palm leaves and wild grasses that are dried, coiled and sewn into an organic basket shape. CB2, Vancouver,

4. Dream Weaver

The Hayon x Nani rugs (from $1,775) depict whimsical sketches by “it” designer Jaime Hayon—catch him speaking at IDS Vancouver on September 29—for Nanimarquina’s 30-year anniversary. Gabriel Ross, Victoria,; Inform Interiors, Vancouver, informinteriors.comLe Belle Arti, Calgary and Edmonton,

5. Green House

From the storied Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, Get Plants ($52) makes the case for integrating plants into your interiors and—bonus!—offers advice on how to keep them thriving. Indigo, across the West,

6. Against the Grain

Ikea’s new Östernäs leather handles ($13/two-pack of tabs; $15/two-pack of handles) are treated to withstand daily use in bathrooms and kitchens. Ikea, across the West,

7. Top Table

BoConcept’s new Billund round dining table ($1,179) offers space-efficient seating for four and can also convert to a console table. BoConcept, Vancouver,

8. Double Play

The Traverse collection from Willow and Stump and Lemonni is a happy marriage of pattern, colour and thoughtful details: trays ($85) have cutouts allowing for charging cords, and upholstered benches ($1,395) convert to ottomans. Willow and Stump, Vancouver,

9. Stool of Thread

Whether used as a seat or side table, Gus Modern’s Nova upholstered stool (from $465) in this pin-sharp upholstery will serve in style. Chester Fields, Victoria,; OMG It’s Small, Vancouver,

10. Shadow Box

Jordan Tomnuk’s new Veil collection (from $506) sees hand-blown glass shades obscured by shadow-throwing, perforated steel screens. Tomnuk, Edmonton,

11. Hot Seat

Room B’s new AC3 chair (from $400) is a study in versatility: components can be ordered in myriad finishes, materials and colours. Decisions, decisions. Room B, Calgary,

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