Western Living Magazine
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These simple pieces show why you should pay attention to the details.
Foscarini’s White Noise suspension lamp ($3,907) is out of this world, shaped like a flying saucer and hand-sprayed on the underside with a dramatic interstellar graphic. Gabriel Ross, Victoria; Livingspace, Vancouver; Robert Sweep Homefurnishings, Calgary; M-Concept, Winnipeg
This House Doctor striped bench ($825) rests on teak legs, making it the ideal blend of nautical cool and mid-century chic. Fullhouse Modern, Vancouver.
Three separate spotlights give the Trio Floor lamp by Elite Living ($1,350) ample flexibility for setting the mood and focusing in. L’Atelier Home, Vancouver.
These art deco prints ($299 each) of architectural icons from around the world (Berlin, Paris and London, to name a few of the feature cities) celebrate the love of both travel and design in one fell swoop. BoConcept, Vancouver and Calgary.
A dusty rose hue gives a feminine touch to the natural bull leather and oak wood Ox Denmarq Rama chair ($2,895). Fullhouse Modern, Vancouver.
Made from salvaged wood, the angular Needle and Pine Double Peak Mountain shelf ($60) combines futuristic angles with natural vibes. Greater Goods, Calgary.
The graphic prints of these BelloPop matchboxes ($13) have us all fired up. (And inside, the fuchsia-tipped matches are pretty fun, too.) Plum Home and Design, Calgary.
There’s something so pleasing about this perfectly round porcelain Cooee Design Ball vase (from $25) —a sleek and beautiful contrast against wild greenery. Kit, Calgary.