Glam rock-inspired tiles, suede backpacks and more product picks we love.

1. Ripple Effect

Taking inspiration from the Bauhaus movement, Ferm Living’s Bau Garden series of planters and watering cans ($162 to $265) are made from finely corrugated galvanized steel and come in three muted colours.;

2. Made in the Suede

Hand-made in Barcelona, Ölend’s Holden backpack ($155) is an ideal companion for spring sojourns.

3. Modern Classic

Reissued by Normann Copenhagen, Herbert Krenchel’s coated-steel Krenit bowls ($21 to $178) are brilliantly coloured examples of mid-century Danish design.;

4. Take a Seat

With its solid-ash construction and inset hexagonal seat cushion, Yabu Pushelberg’s Oiseau dining chair ($1,750) has an appealing Scandinavia-meets-Canada aesthetic. Available in dark moss, stone and flax finishes.

5. Earth Tones

Walker Zanger’s new Stardust tile collection (from top: Eclipse, Apollo and Ziggy; $64 to $265 per square foot) takes its design cues from ’70s glam rock, hand-thrown pottery and the highly textured lava stone from which it is made.;

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6. String Theory

A pleasing jumble of porcelain, blown glass and coated metal, Foscarini’s new Filo table lamp ($707) is an eye poke to cord-management obsessives.;

7. Fresh Greens

From Ligne Roset’s new spring collection, the Paipaï sofa (pricing on request) by LucidiPevere references the folded paper form of its namesake fan. Available as a loveseat, footstool and three-seat settee.;;

8. Spring Greening

Hagi ware cachepots ($30 to $50) are hand-made using a centuries-old technique that produces an organic, perfectly imperfect wabi-sabi result.

9. Out of Sight

The concealed storage compartments in Article’s new Oscuro writing desk ($749) fold open like a jewel box, keeping paperwork in its rightful place.

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