Crystal Clear

Glass-blowing goes big with the Mastea tables (from $2,850 each)€”dreamed up by Italian designer Matteo Zorzenoni for Miniforms€”which feature a sturdy wood base and top, and a curvy see-through centre in amber, blue or smoked grey.


Old Town Road

Take walk on the wild, wild west side with the patchwork-happy throw pillows (from $200) from the Where there'sSmoke series, a collab between Vancouver-based Pillow Fight Factory and fashion designer Mona Sultan.


Hot Seat

Celebrate the Bauhaus school's centennial with Knoll's classic Cesca stool (from $866)€”designed by renowned Bauhaus grad Marcel Breuer in 1928€”now available in a handy bar height as well as two-toned upholstery options.


Take Cover

Chilly winter nights are no match for the cozy mohair, alpaca and merino wool throws (from $250 each) by Aussie textile company St. Albans. Choose from soothing hues like the orangey-red Sienna and grey-and-white pictured here.


Gold Digger

Kare Design's Golden Eye sideboard ($2,869) marries a clean, Scandi-inspired silhouette with the glitz and glam of a high-roller mansion. (Though the oak MDF body and seemingly floating oval adornments keep it far from gaudy.)


Just for Kicks

Delve into the mind€”and whimsical world€”of one of Canada's most prolific shoe designers with Fluevog: 50 Years of Unique Soles for Unique Souls ($65), an art book and comprehensive catalogue of John Fluevog's most memorable kicks.


Turn the Tables

Off-cut marble is salvaged in the Joaquim tables (from $2,835 each) by Giorgio Bonaguro for Tacchini, which evoke a laidback vibe inspired by their namesake, Brazilian designer Joaquim Tenreiro.


Optical Illusion

Fake an antique tile floor with Hidraulik's easy-to-clean Copacabana vinyl rug (from $135), which features a trippy €™60s-inspired print that's reminiscent of the work of British artist Bridget Riley.


Art Pop

don't restrict art to your walls. Let your tabletop in on the fun, too, with West Elm's limited-edition Expressionist vases (from $99), which are handmade in Thailand and inspired by the modernist movement.


Soft Spot

Danish minimalism meets luxe lounge in the Tearoom sofa ($6,013) by Scottish designer Nick Ross for Menu. The clean geometric shape is unobtrusive, while the tactile velvet upholstery invites guests to stay awhile.