8 design-forward pieces new in stores this month.

Every month, we look at stores across the West to create a personal wish list of home accessories we love. Right now, we’re swooning over cool copper pendant lights, a leather recliner with (gasp!) a modern edge, a fab felt ottoman, and more gorgeous goodies that would be the perfect finishing touch to a space.

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Alessi and Illy claim that the Pulcina coffee maker ($107)€”a collab between the two iconic Italian brands€”makes the perfect cup, but we were already sold when we saw the sleek retro-future design. Gabriel Ross, Victoria, grshop.com; Inform Interiors, Vancouver, informinteriors.com; EQ3, Calgary, eq3.com; The Artworks, Edmonton, theartworks.ca

We didn€™t think it was possible: A leather recliner with a sleek, sophisticated design? BoConcept's new Harvard chair ($6,089), with battery-operated recline functionality, is like a furniture-industry unicorn. BoConcept, Vancouver and Calgary, boconcept-vancouver.ca and boconcept.ca

The top of the curved copper Foscarini Birdie suspension lamp (from $543) takes a subtle cue from the angle of a twig. Gabriel Ross, Victoria, grshop.com; Lightform, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton, lightform.ca

The mix of gold, black and bubble-gum pink on the graphic and super-soft recycled cotton Happy Habitat Tatami throw ($160) shouldn€™t work, but does. Snuggle up. Parliament Interiors, Vancouver, parliamentinteriors.com; Pomp and Circumstance, Calgary, pompandcircumstance.ca

Home from a long day? Rest your weary feet on the ultra-soft, jewel-toned BluDot Hecks felt ottoman ($229). (Or add a powder-coated Hecks tray on top to securely balance a much-needed cocktail.) Chester Fields, Victoria, chester-fields.com; Designhouse, Vancouver, designhouse.ca; Dwell Modern, Edmonton, dwellmodern.ca

The Pierre Paulin daybed sofa ($3,822) is part of a re-issue of key pieces from the designer's 1953 €œIdeal Apartment€ collection, but the convertible piece is just as timely in 2015. Livingspace, Vancouver, livingspace.com; Le Belle Arti, Calgary, lebellearti.com; Dwell Modern, Edmonton, dwellmodern.ca

The original Punt Literatura shelf, designed in €™85, is displayed in design museums all over the world; the new Open edition (from $3,960) still features the sliding bookcase, but its backless form makes the piece versatile as a room divider, too. Resource Furniture, Vancouver, resourcefurniture.com; Pomp and Circumstance, Calgary, pompandcircumstance.ca

Slip the removable half-bin into the wire frame of the Umbra Couplet ($25) to use the same bin for trash and recycling. Garbage never looked so good. Urban Barn, Victoria, urbanbarn.ca; Moe's Home Collection, Vancouver, moeshome.ca; Kiya Home, Calgary, kiyahome.com