Retro-cool lighting, the prettiest pillows, cozy seating and more€”now in stores across the West.

1. Gather Round

Forgo foliage for the chunky geometry and texture of the Woodman wreath ($32). Nordstrom, across the West,

2. Good Design

Pure pillows is a just-released collection (from $149) featuring global textiles sourced by designer Ami McKay and collector Kelly Taylor, and sewn and finished by tailor Salma Mohammad, a Syrian refugee privately sponsored by McKay and a group of Lions Bay, B.C., residents. Pure Design, Vancouver,

3. Stone Age

Best known for her Caravaggio pendant light, designer Cecilie Manz has turned her attention to a new line of moss-grey stoneware jars and bowls (from $108), all made in Japan. Inform, Vancouver,; Kit, Calgary,

4. Line Item

At Mûr, shop owners Danielle and Joël Cyr elevate the everyday with timeless, made-to-last goods. Case in point: 100-percent linen tea towels ($18) pretty enough to serve as gifts. Mûr lifestyle, Winnipeg,

5. Ripple Effect

Layers of corrugated wood veneer form the basis of Studio Corelam’s multifunctional designs, including the Round a Bout 2.0 (from $350)—a collapsible storage-stool-meets-side-table with a removable tabletop that doubles as a tray. Studio Corelam, Vancouver,

6. Shine On

Kaymet London, the standard-bearer of aluminum accessories since 1947, now produces its complete line of trays (from $30) in six on-trend anodized colours: gold, blush, mocha, silver, pewter and black. Hut K, Winnipeg,

7. Winning Combination

Now available in stores, Riobel’s new Momenti collection (from $555) takes a made-to-measure approach to bathroom hardware, allowing custom options for shape, tap and finish. Robinson Lighting and Bath, across the West,

8. Full Service

Stelton’s new EM Press tea maker ($105) infuses until you press down the plunger, bringing a swift end to bitterness—and in a stylish double-insulating vessel, no less. Atkinson’s, Vancouver,

9. Winter Whites

Graphic textiles from Portland’s storied Pendleton Woolen Mills drape a series of limited-edition chairs from Gus Modern, including the Halifax chair ($1,795). OMG It’s Small, North Vancouver,

10. Balancing Act

As with his previous, widely celebrated work, Matthew McCormick’s new Mila light ($3,000) is a skillful balance of shape and form. Matthew McCormick Studio, Vancouver,

11. Enduring Appeal

For its Icon collection ($248 per roll), Cole and Son has updated some of its best-selling patterns in contemporary colourways. From left: Prism in pastel, Cow Parsley in charcoal. Kravet, across the West,

12. At Your Leisure

With its loose pillows and tufted detailing, BoConcept’s new Fusion daybed (from $3,119) exemplifies refined casual. BoConcept, Vancouver,

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