9 Must-Have Design Items for your Home
Take modernity to the next level.
Ain’t No Mountain
CB2’s Mountain desktop caddy ($25) may be a collaboration with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, but it looks like a love letter to the Canadian Rockies. CB2, Vancouver, cb2.com
EQ3’s Assembly collection, a collaboration with Canadian designers, resulted in more awesome pieces than we can even handle; this geometric, art deco-inspired dressing table ($599) from Zoë Mowat is just one standout. Studio Y Design, EQ3.
Adjust the arms of the Armstrong Mid-Century eight-light chandelier ($752) to arrange the bulbs in the perfect Sputnik-style splay. barobinson.com
The Tacchini Atoll chair ($5,834) is a modernist’s take on the classic chaise longue. bloomfurniturestudio.com
Modernica’s Case Study planter (from $200) can be used inside or outdoors, but either way, the cylindrical ceramic vessel and walnut stand will show off both your greenery and your sense of style. chester-fields.com, informinteriors.com.
Crackle and Pop
It’s a reactive glaze that gives the crackled Jars Tourron stoneware (from $28 per piece) its perfectly imperfect finish—we love the springy green option. crateandbarrel.ca.
The BoConcept Adelaide table ($3,319) looks great in the kitchen, of course, but it would be equally at home on the patio: topped with high-pressure grey laminate, it’s perfectly suited for outdoor use. boconcept-vancouver.ca.