Concrete Jungle

Calgary-based brand Mtharu's Alpha Q table ($1,410) is a structure you can trust€”this 100– percent biodegradable table made from custom concrete can hold up to 250 pounds of weight.


Red terracotta peeks out from under the incomplete glaze of the Large Vase ($159) by Silvia K Ceramics; It's an imperfectly polished piece hungry for winter blooms.

Playing Hooky

Give your closet some avant-garde character with Omer Arbel's 89 hangers ($130 for set of 4). These futuristic curios are made by scanning traditional hangers using a hacked 3D scanning process to create a sand mould, which molten brass is then poured into.

Table Manners

Constructed with white powder-coated aluminum and black walnut, the Osprey table ($9,200) from Kamloops designer Sascha Porteous's first ready-made collection, Skyline, is inspired by birds in flight.

Personal Touch

You can feel good about cozying up in the geometric Naari quilt ($372) by Anchal. This super-transparent nonprofit emphasizes fair trade and ethical working conditions for women€” each piece has a tag hand- stitched with the artisan's name.

Turkish Delight

These Turkish kilim cushions (from $99) by Vancouver's Droplet Home Goods are one-of-a-kind, zero-waste finds. Made from unique, antique Turkish rugs, the pillows are stuffed with upcycled terry towel inserts left over from other projects.

Rule of Three

Rule your empire€”your way€”with Ffabb's 3's Companee ottomans (from $595)€”the wool-blend quilted seats can function as footstools or ottomans, and are handmade in three sizes and four neutral colours.

Drop It Like It's Hot

Louis Poulsen's Toldbod lights (from $430) are a picky minimalist's dream: the matte- white, rounded interior creates a soft, uniform light, and the Danish designer just dropped them in four sizes and five colour choices (including a sassy dark rose).

Super Bowls

These clay bowls (from $14) by Barter Design were originally designed commercially for B.C. taco king Tacofino, but are now available to hold the public's pico de gallo, too.

Sit, Stay

You won't want to get out of Mark Cocar's Enzo chair ($1,750)€”the buttery soft leather plus sturdy steel legs mean there'sno sacrificing comfort for cool factor.

Order in the Court

Elevate your table tennis game on the matte finish of Union Wood Co.'s The Break ping-pong table (from $8,605)€”then detach the removable net for a seamless transition from rec space to workspace.