Read the Womb

It makes sense that Knoll's Womb chair (from $4,850) has a maternal instinct€”the design has been comforting weary backs for more than 60 years. Now it’s available with an 18k-gold-plated polished frame finish and in a variety of upholsteries, from rich Classic Boucle to speckled Melange.

Level Up

There are endless possibilities in Gabriel Scott's newest lighting collection. The Montreal-based brand's Luna series comes in a single pendant ($4,570) as well as one-, two- and three-tier chandeliers. The glass, hardware and canopy are all customizable€”you do you, boo.

Sound Mind

Tech accessory designers Native Union and audio experts La Boite Concept collaborated on the PR/01 ($1,099)€”an understated home speaker with warm acoustics and a concealed drawer for unsightly wires.

Casa La Vista

Designed in Vancouver, the Casa blanket ($425) from Minca is knit with extra-fine merino wool from Australia; the fibres are 100-percent biodegradable and 100-percent luxurious.

Brass Tacks

Sit pretty on the Ring stool (price upon request) in antique brass or polished chrome, part of Calgary designer James McIntyre's new eponymous collection.

Raise and Fold

The Icaro folding dining table ($1,995) designed by Nils Frederking is a tubular transformer: the woodgrain-topped table seats six but stows away at only three inches deep.

Throwback Thursday

Press rewind with the Origami desk by Ethnicraft ($2,379). Crafted in solid European white oak, this ’60s-inspired design is nostalgia meets new.

Easy Being Green

Vancouver-based brand Edits is green in more ways than one€”€œCircus€ is the first collection. The trio of sustainably produced chairs includes the Soft chair ($780), a relaxed seat upholstered in Kvadrat €œSkye€ wool fabric from Denmark.

Trick of the Light

Designed and made in Vancouver, Hexagon ($175) is East Van Light's first fully customizable pendant lighting series. The geometric lights are available in walnut and maple, and are illuminated by LEDs or by East Van Light's traditional Edison bulbs.