Western Living Magazine
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Visions of angular table lamps, cozy faux-fur throws and chic coffee makers are dancing in our heads.
Paper arts, geometrics and one of 2016’s favourite “colours” come together in the future-perfect ceramic Menu folded vase ($126), available in almost all 50 shades. Pomp and Circumstance, Calgary, pompandcircumstance.ca; Dwell Modern, Edmonton, dwellmodern.ca
The Mod fabric box ($63) sports painterly brush strokes and trendy pinks, making it a gorgeous catch-all to storeprecious trinkets. West Elm, Vancouver and Calgary, westelm.ca
Mario Trimarchi’s Ossidiana espresso coffee maker ($79) for Alessi holds fragments of designs past (like the classic Moka coffee pot) as well as your morning brew. EQ3, Calgary, eq3.com; the Artworks, Edmonton, theartworks.ca; Five Small Rooms, Winnipeg, fivesmallrooms.com
Walnut? Check. Mid-century modern? Check, check. And because the Thao dining table from newcomer Structube is a competitive $249, you can spring for the period-perfect Houston dining chairs, too ($79 each). Structube, across the West, structube.com
Calgary designer Amanda Hamilton expands her merch empire with her first unisex scented candle, No. 1 Virility ($49). Expect warm spices and notes of black tea, tobacco and lavender. The Edit, Vancouver, theeditinc.com
The only thing standing between your living room and a cozy winter mountain lodge is this can’t-believe-its-faux long-hair throw ($100). Indigo, across the West, chapters.indigo.ca
From the long-necked head turn to the copper-penny finish, this animal-inspired Giraffa LED lamp ($359) has totally charmed us. Designhouse, Vancouver, designhouse.com
As homeowners cry out for cozier furniture, BoConcept answers back with its velvet quilted Adelaide chair ($993)—we love comfort without an aestheticcompromise. BoConcept, Vancouver, boconcept.com