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12 Home Accessories We’re Coveting Right Now

Stunning dining tables, mohair lounge chairs and more furniture and accessories we love.

Quick-Change Artist

Driade’s Anapo series of tables (dining table pictured, from $2,063) features various shapes, sizes and materials, skewing industrial, modern or even retro, depending on the surroundings.,

Fair Clay

CB2’s Siena and Empoli vases ($129 and $189) are made in Tuscany using a glazing technique that layers on geometric forms; a brown-toned patina is applied post-firing to give the pieces an antiqued appearance.

Fit to Print

Gluckstein Home pays homage to the late American artist Ellsworth Kelly with a series of graphic giclée prints ($349) that come framed in birch.

True North

From Hornvarefabrikken, a Danish arts and crafts company established in 1935, comes a collection of timeless horn candle holders (from $29) that stand out from prevailing stone accessories.

Deep Modern

Based on the personal archives of influential photographer Julius Shulman, Modernism Rediscovered (Taschen, $26) features more than 200 images of lesser-known examples of modernist architecture and interiors across the U.S.

Perfect Fit

The new Eldon tub by Victoria and Albert (price on request) combines the look of a free-standing tub with a back-to-the-wall installation that’s ideal for small spaces.

Memphis Moment

Now carried at Winnipeg’s Hut K, ZigZagZurich’s spring collection includes cotton-jacquard blankets by Coops DPS Europa (from $198), a collaboration with Memphis Group founding members Nathalie Du Pasquier and George Sowden.

Modern Classic

Following the trend toward plush upholstery, Herman Miller’s iconic lounge chair and ottoman (from $6,200) is now available in 30 shades of mohair.,

Treasure Chest

Menu’s jewellery box ($168) eschews the typical cubic form in favour of a slim, curved oblong as elegant as the pieces we’d like to stow in it.,

Up, Up and Away

Available in black, red, white and birch, with an oversized carrying handle and a deep tray-like surface, Ikea’s new Burvik side table ($40) is designed with movement in mind.

Tapered Look

Designed for groupings on trays and available in statement shades or neutrals, Ester and Erik candles (two heights, $12.50 to $15.50) shed light on grey early-spring days.

Over the Moon

Jasper Morrison’s Superloon floor lamp for Flos (from $5,995) sends dimmable light across its paper-thin surface while a gyroscopic axis allows for ambient or reading light.

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