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15 Home Decor Products We’re Coveting Right Now

From a chair design inspired by a blossoming flower to a Greek-chic Jonathan Adler vase, our editors have created the ultimate wish list of hot new products from across Western Canada.

western living hot buys march 2015

1. Flower Power
Hundreds of fine stitches run from the centre of the microfibre Bloom chair by Kenneth Cobonpue (from $4,600) to mimic the look of a blossoming flower. Bloom Furniture Studio, Vancouver, bloomfurniturestudio.com

2. Around the World
The Inoda and Inoda-Sveje IS Lounge Chair (from $1,660) is the product of a Milan-based Japanese-Danish design duo, and that global influence is clear—the efficient form and luxe materials (solid hardwood, natural-oiled leathers) would look right at home anywhere in the world. Kozai Modern, Vancouver, kozaimodern.com

3. Gold Standard
This on-trend gold-and-white Jonathan Adler Futura Greek vase ($399) is pure Greek chic. Mint Interiors, Vancouver, mintinteriors.ca; Domicile Interiors, Calgary, domicileinteriors.com; The Artworks, Edmonton, theartworks.ca; Atmosphere Design Lounge, Saskatoon, atmosphereid.ca; Five Small Rooms, Winnipeg, fivesmallrooms.com

4. Up, Up and Away
Hide extra seating in plain sight: with a simple flip of the backrest, the clever Prostoria Up-Lift armchair (from $2,300) transforms into a cushy bench seat for two. Ginger Jar Furniture, Vancouver, gingerjarinteriors.com

5. Wood Love
The modular Revolve planters (from $300) by Vancouver’s Barter Design allow for plenty of stylistic experimentation, but whatever way you stack the red cedar plinths and concrete or terracotta pots, it’s sure to be a celebration of West Coast style. Provide, Vancouver, providehome.com; Kit, Calgary, kitinteriorobjects.com

6. Turn, Turn, Turn
Though the Giralot storage system (from $2,940) may look playful—check out those colours!—the walnut or oak unit swivels 180 degrees off of the pivot post to offer seriously practical storage. Resource Furniture, Vancouver and Calgary, resourcefurniture.com

7. Life’s A Picnic
What pairs best with a Sticks and Stones award-winning modern firepit? Their slick new indoor/outdoor Coastal table and benches ($5,500), of course, a collaboration with Live Edge Design that pairs reclaimed wood with a sleek, modern silhouette. Sticks and Stones, online, sticks-and-stones.ca

 

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8. Bright Idea
The curvy Plumen 002 bulb ($35) is the latest in the company’s line of light bulbs (the first is part of the MoMA’s permanent collection), which marries beauty and sustainability to create an energy-efficient design that shines. Nineteen Ten, Vancouver, nineteenten.ca; The Uncommons, Calgary, theuncommons.ca; Lifestyles by Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon, darrellbellgallery.com

9. Upper Crust
It’s hard to improve on freshly baked bread, but the Emile Henry baguette baker ($130) ups the ante anyway by trapping steam within a Burgundy clay case, creating a perfectly crunchy crust every time. Crocus and Ivy, Regina, crocusandivy.com; Peppers Kitchen, Saskatoon, pepperskitchen.ca; The Happy Cooker, Winnipeg, thehappycooker.ca

10. Soap Box
Good things come in hip packages if the Saskatch-ewan-made Northlore soaps ($12) are any indication. We love the earthy scents of these small-batch bars—think cedarwood and sage, or wild rose and mint—made from organic ingredients. Northlore, Saskatoon, northloregoods.com

11. Tray Chic
Cult favourite Japanese brand Fog Linen Work merges its beloved textiles with polyester resin to create linen-coated trays (from $26) perfect for serving guests or just sitting pretty. Designhouse, Vancouver, designhouse.caOur Daily Brett, Calgary, ourdailybrett.com

12. Plugged In
For the technology-loving minimalist, charging cords are a necessary evil—luckily, the simple, sophisticated Tender multifunctional coffee table ($375) from Calligaris features a cable hole to hide messy wires out of sight. Studio Y Design, Victoria, studioydesign.ca; Calligaris, Vancouver, calligarisstore.ca; B Moderne, Calgary, bmoderne.ca; Finesse Home Living, Edmonton, finessehomeliving.com; Furniture World, Saskatoon, furnitureworldsaskatoon.com; Interior Illusions, Winnipeg, interiorillusions.ca

13. Fully Stacked
This contemporary EQ3 Stacked storage unit ($999) is all about options—position it against the wall or use it as a room divider, then choose to showcase treasures on oak shelves or within white boxes. Studio Y Design, Victoria, studioydesign.ca; EQ3, Vancouver, Calgary and Winnipeg, eq3.com; F2 Furnishings, Edmonton, f2furnishings.ca; Urbane, Regina, urbane.ca; Palliser Rooms EQ3, Saskatoon, pallisereq3.com

14. Disco Fever
These sequined Jonathan Adler Metallic Nico Fractal pillows ($349) are pure ’70s glitz, so restraint is key—incorporate just one or two into a neutral space to evoke the perfect level of retro chic. Mint Interiors, Vancouver, mintinteriors.ca; Domicile Interiors, Calgary, domicileinteriors.com; The Artworks, Edmonton, theartworks.ca; Atmosphere Design Lounge, Saskatoon, atmosphereid.ca; Five Small Rooms, Winnipeg, fivesmallrooms.com

15. Little One
The handmade Grue-Petite table lamp by Lambert and Fils ($570) manages to incorporate big design trends—mid-century style and industrial cool—into a small brass-and-black package. Chester Fields, Victoria, chester-fields.com; LightForm, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton, lightform.ca

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