The hot new accessories and on-trend furniture making their way onto our editors’ wish lists. 

Top Shelf

Bensen’s Entree mirror (seen here in bronzato, from $925) is going to be the hardest-working piece in your entryway: a shelf for life’s accessories—keys, lipstick, Ray-Bans—and a last look before you head out.

Texture Riche

Luxe cushions (Hexagon, $60) from Muse and Merchant let their soft lines and quilted patterns do all the talking.

Do the Math

Sitting flat or flipped on its side, grouped or solo, the Hexa table in solid oak ($1,340) or walnut ($1,785) is a next-level coffee table, side table, bookshelf and more.

Working Light

The wireless, brushed steel Kaye AdessoCharge desk lamp ($230) is solving all the problems of the phone-charging stations that came before it: Utility, check. Eye candy, check, check.

Family Stone

Vancouver’s Suquet Interiors may be gone, but former co-owner Ramon Masana Jr. has now launched Masana Stone, a company specializing solely in cultured stonework. Look for signature pieces like this Boboli fireplace ($6,000 to $12,000), salvaged from a 200-year-old building in Mexico City.

Colour Theory

They may be inspired by simple shapes—circle, triangle, rectangle—but Bomma’s Phenomena pendant lights (from $4,700 each) in colour-tinted smoked glass are illuminating on a whole other level.

Clocks Forward

The QlockTwo Classic digital clock (from $2,800) brought back humanized time-telling in a design-forward way, and now a Creator’s Edition sees the cover expanding to gold, copper and raw iron, with no two “faces” alike.

Jungle Beat

Icon Milano pulls inspiration from Art Deco and the Belle Époque to create its collection of anything-but-boring Madia sideboards (Jungle pictured, price on request) in boldly juxtaposed patterns and prints.

Dream Design

You heard it here first: sculptural is the new black. Enter Bonaldo’s designed-in-Italy Kenobi bed (king, $7,400; queen, $6,872) and its dramatically angled headboard and linear fabric panels.

Serving Platner

That touch of bike-spoke, Warren Platner-esque curved steel makes these brown metal Vector dishes (from $159) a timeless design addition to the tabletop.

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