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

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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. litchfieldtheshop.com

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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. providehome.com

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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. orlingandwu.com

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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. robertsweep.com; livingspace.com

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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. espacedonline.com

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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. designhouse.com

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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. pompandcircumstance.ca

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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. broughaminteriors.com

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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. omgitssmall.com

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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. banburylane.com