From a marshmallow-like pouf to a moody line of ceramic vessels, these are the accessories we’re loving for May.

Mat About You

Designed in the chilly, precipitation-heavy climate of northern Norway, Heymat’s recycled-fibre outdoor mats (from $225) are built to withstand the elements. Their playful prints, like the colourful Mix Gem, shown here, help combat gloom, too.

Dark Matter

The moody ceramic vessels (from $180) by the Cali-based, women-led Brave Matter introduce a handmade touch—and intriguing textural element—to formal and laid-back tabletops alike.

Sleep Easy

Sömn, the sister brand of Vancouver boutique Örling and Wu, makes its mark with a line of ecofriendly natural-flax linens (pillowcases from $45; fitted sheets from $129; and duvet covers from $195) that promise endless nights of deep sleep.

Get Lit

The multifaceted shade of Kartell’s iconic Battery lamp ($337 for crystal base; $387 for gold or chrome) allows light to dance whether you’re inside or out—the latter made possible due to the product’s rechargeable body and eight-hour battery life.;

Face to Face

Invest in some face time with a limited-edition ceramic mask ($280) from up-and-coming Dutch studio Somée. The quirky, tongue-out piece is handcrafted in Amsterdam—making for a one-of-a-kind addition to any space.

Flip Off

Crafted from natural wood but equipped with a sound-activated LED system and the latest in “flip” tech—simply turn the object over to shut off the alarm—the Gingko Flip Click clock ($69) combines tradition and innovation.

Soft Spot

Plush and compact, Sancal’s marshmallow-like Elephant poufs (from $700) offer a place to rest or tie your shoes. Pick from three sizes—or combine the trio to create an extended but modular seat—and opt for the built-in wooden tray, which serves as a handy spot for coffee or tea.

City Slicker

Like its name suggests, the New York armchair (from $2,595) by Saba Italia exudes a certain Big Apple cool. Reversible cushions—plus shiny chrome or painted legs—allow for maximum versatility.

Open Sesame

Show off barware and trinkets or conceal clutter—the choice is yours with the Audacious cabinet ($1,599), designed by Jonas Søndergaard for Umage, which features curvy (and soft fabric-covered) tambour doors that close all around.

Break Up

A series of tall branches, or the object of a Thanksgiving tradition—whatever you see, there’s no doubt that Frost’s Wishbone hall stand ($1,173) provides a poetic place to hang coats and bags.