Make summer last with EQ3's Sticks oval pendant ($140), which is crafted from bamboo in Vietnam, where this delicate style of shade is typically found.


Branch Out

Dutch design company Moooi's signature whimsy is on full show in the Liberty table (price on request), which features an American chestnut base that brings to mind both tree branches and the Arts and Crafts movement.


Cut the Rug

Italian designer Matteo Cibic's collection for Jaipur Rugs (from $1,100) takes inspo from the architecture and colours of Jaipur€”it ain€™t called the Pink City for nothin€™€”while maintaining Cibic's frisky, eclectic edge.


Step by Step

The Tiptoe sofa ($4,185) by Spanish label Sancal is aptly named: the piece's slim, dainty legs€”available in a pretty copper or anthracite finish€”make it seem as though It's quietly tiptoeing through the room.

Space Jam

Modelled after the shape of the Seattle Space Needle, Kartell's Space lamp ($391) offers desktops a hit of from-the-future (or galaxy-far-far-away) cool.


Heavy Metal

The snazzy, tinted-metal True Colours vases (from $163) by Dutch designer Lex Pott for &Tradition will be the real star of the show no matter how pretty the bouquet they hold. Choose from colour combos like greencopper and blue-brass.


In the Dark

With its sliding door and streamlined solid-oak construction, the Blackbird console ($2,660) by Ethnicraft puts function first. But the bold black-brushed frame ensures that It's easy on the eyes, too.


Pillow Fight

Add a punch of fun to your living area with Vancouver artist Dana Mooney's hand-painted pillows (from $189), many of which double as pet beds. Pick from an array of one-off patterns, including the striking Graphic U, pictured here.


Take a Seat

The classic J46 chair ($379)€”dreamed up by prolific Danish designer Poul M. Volther for FDB Møbler€”embodies the spirit of Scandi living: elegant, fuss-free and undeniably playful.


Glass Ceiling

Contrary to what Netflix may have you believe, Gubi doesn't just make chairs. There are also pieces like the Barba Corsini-designed Pedrera coffee table ($1,560), which has a base inspired by the vaulted ceilings of Antoni Gaudí's famed La Pedrera.