Just Deserts

Inspired by the colours and motifs of the desert, Ferm Living's Mirage cushions ($125 each) are earthy enough to ground a space but still have plenty of charm. espacedonline.com

Warped Tour

The freehand construction of the Smash serving spoons (from $80) by Vancouver-based metalsmith Stefanie Dueck results in elegantly distorted utensils that serve their purpose with no shortage of character. shop.stefaniedueck.com

On the Clock

Part of a collection of ceramic clocks designed by George Nelson for Vitra in the 1950s, Model 2 ($470) features a punchy, pop art-inspired shape that makes a statement on nightstands. eq3.com

Kinda Blue

Modelled after the curves of a woman and drenched in Klein blue, the Matisse woman vase ($190) by Victoria-based ceramicist Rachel Saunders is a showstopper whether It's holding blooms or standing on its own. rookandrose.com

In Bloom

Discarded plastic finds new life in Sancal's Flower Power vases (from $40 each), which
act as textile shams for disposable water bottles. Choose from cheery prints that depict everything from grids and polka 
dots to anthropomorphic cats and bananas. pompandcircumstance.ca

Ear Candy

Inspired by Russian constructivist art, Vancouver-based Erica Leal Jewellery's Golden Age earrings ($675) combine bronze, acrylic and resin to stunning effect. ericalealjewellery.com

Open Book

Dive deep into Kelly Wearstler's eclectic aesthetic with Kelly Wearstler: Evocative Style ($75), the first book from the celebrated American designer in 10 years. Expect behind- the-interiors insights and images of never- before-photographed spaces. indigo.ca