Call Your Mother

Much like moms, this vase does it all. Foscarini's Madre lamp ($1,960) is inspired by ancient fertility vases, and acts as both a lamp and a vase€”It's heat-proof and concave, ensuring your flowers won't get fried.

Flower Power

Get your floral style blooming with Cultivated by Christin Geall ($40). Geall hails from Victoria, and her crazy-thorough floral guide covers everything from foraging to photography.

Pillow Talk

Cozy up in Ethnicraft's first textile collection, called Refined Layers. Made with natural fibres like cotton, wool and linen, the 19 pillows (from $98) and five throw styles (from $422) are total softies.

Whole Grain

Embracing the live-edge table movement, the CB1 table ($28,900), designed by Kirk Van Ludwig from Victoria's Autonomous Furniture, sports natural sides plus clear Lucite legs that make it look as though It's floating. Each of these tables has a unique surface (this brand-new one is a Western maple that was air dried for more than a decade).

Fresh Chair

One of Crate and Barrel's living room staples gets a little more outdoorsy in the Tillie outdoor swivel chair ($2,199). Its Sunbrella acrylic fabric is resistant to stains and mildew and adds a pop of colour to your patio.

Rock On

Just like stones found in nature, no two lights in Andlight's handblown Pebble series (from $845) are exactly the same. The pendants and ceiling/wall lights are irregular in shape, but emit a soft, even glow.

Sound Off

As their name suggests, the Bingo, Bango and Bongo stools ($200 each) are here for a good time€”they can be indoors or out, and their neutral tone fits in any space. You can buy these versatile double-walled earthenware stools separately, but it seems cruel to break up the family.

Simple Math

Tala's Voronoi II Set Suspension ($1,350) is inspired by (you guessed it) the Voronoi pattern, otherwise known as the segment-like design found in giraffe spots, turtle shells and dragonfly wings. The filament also mimics the Fibonacci sequence€”bright in more ways than one.

Keep the Change

Robot enthusiasts, take note: the Ella and Louis split queen/twin sofa wall beds (from $14,395) are like your own personal transformer. This self-standing system can be installed anywhere, and transitions from a sofa into two twin beds or one queen.

It’s Personal

Of course your stovetop should fry like a champ€”but why shouldn’t it telegraph your personal style in the process? Deck out your Bertazzoni Heritage Series range with one of the brand’s new decor sets: jewellery-inspired knobs and finials in chic finishes like copper, gold and black nickel. From $660,

*Editor’s Pick: Fragment Geometric Bar*

“there'sfurniture you buy for the life you have, and furniture you buy for the life you want. CB2's Fragment Geometric bar is the latter. Do I aspire to be the kind of person who hosts friends with effortless elegance (you better believe there'scool jazz playing) and perfectly crafted cocktails served in cool vintage stemware? Am I actually the kind of person who only has two matching glasses and never remembers to make ice before people come over? My dream is that the right leather-and-mindi-wood cabinet will help me find that middle ground (or at least give me a place to stow those mismatched glasses in the meantime). $1,299,€”STACEY McLACHLAN,  Executive Editor