Delicate porcelain votives, modernist pieces for the patio and more.

1. Interior Motives

Fferrone’s versatile Dearborn glassware (from left, wineglass, Champagne flute and water glass; all sold in sets of two, $110 per set) features a fluted detail on the inside of the hard-wearing borosilicate glass.

2. Take It Outside

Restoration Hardware’s latest patio cushion series supplies the antidote to nautical stripes, casting globally inspired patterns in durable outdoor fabrics (Kuba Cloth Maze cushion shown, starting from $250).

3. Show and Tell

Based in Prince George, B.C., Shawn Place lends his talents to EQ3’s new Place collection, a series of dining tables (from $699) designed to show off their beautiful joinery. Available in oak or ash.

4. Power Grid

Hagit Pincovici’s newly launched Cabinet 102 ($18,000) is a masterwork of lacquered wood and polished brass. Interior compartments have a matte finish and two adjustable shelves.

5. Screen Time

Blu Dot’s dimmable Filter table lamp (from $299) is a moody marriage of perforated metal construction and unexpected colours. (We vote oxblood.)

6. Here Comes the Sun

First produced for Knoll in 1943, Jens Risom’s eponymous lounge chair($1,218) has been adapted for outdoor use with an oiled teak frame and Sunbrella webbing available in six colours.

7. Ease of Use

Taking the side table down to its essence, Bensen’s Bi table ($350) can be customized in four powder-coated steel finishes or kept in a solid colour.

8. XX Factor

From noted curator and historian Libby Sellers comes Women Design ($40), a survey of the modern era’s most influential female creatives, from Anni Albers to Eva Zeisel. Booksellers across the West

9. Working Wood

From her Vancouver studio, Elise Mclauchlan turns out highly collectible bowls, trays and sculptures (pieces start from $45; large bowls, $120) made from locally sourced woods and finished with food-safe oils or beeswax.

10. Life of Leisure

With its classic rattan construction and bohemian aesthetic, Article’s new Sol daybed ($749) just became the most coveted seat in the garden.

11. Light Fantastic

Spotted at the recent Oil and Dirt exhibition in Victoria, Malene Foyd’s Luminaires series of porcelain votive holders (from $38 each) are reminiscent of delicate paper lanterns.

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