The latest generation of retro-inspired pieces takes its cues from ’70s modernism.

Sweet Speckles

The earthy tones and hand-painted details on the Pine Creek hanging planter ($74)—from Western Living’s 2016 Maker of the Year, Cathy Terepocki—make it the perfect home for your favourite house plant.

Abstract Angles

Whether acting as a statement piece or being used to hang your hat, the adjustable accordion-style Memoir coat rack ($1,344) from Dante is a perfect marriage of form and function.

Double Duty

The wall-mounted Recluse desk ($699) from CB2 doubles as a striking piece of art when not being used as a working space, thanks to its geometric brass inlays and rich acacia-wood front.

Sweet Tooth

Displayed individually or as a group, these candy-coloured Snowdrop pendant lights ($605) from Stone Design add a delicious pop of personality to any room.

Comfort and Charm

The classic lines, tapered legs and plush rust-toned velvet of Gus Modern’s Adelaide sofa ($2,150) are as at home now as they were in decades past.

Classic Curves

Sit back in style with the iconic winged silhouette of the bentwood Shell chair ($1,165), meticulously designed to look smart from every angle.

Tying the Knot

Looking to add some textural appeal to your space? The natural colour and open-weave pattern of this braided jute rug ($75) will tie a room together without competing for attention with other elements.

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