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8 Gorgeous Home Accessories We’ve Gotta Have

Sleek lighting, curvy furniture and more glam decor we’re coveting this season.


1. Chemical Reaction

With its new Oxidized vase collection (from $29 to $229), BoConcept plays with burnt finishes and textures on a palette of azure and brass-like steel. BoConcept, Vancouver, boconcept-vancouver.ca


2. Sight Lines

Patricia Urquiola’s Liquefy tables for Glas Italia (from $3,200) are made from an extra-light tempered glass that appears to change colour by time of day and viewpoint. Available in psychedelic malachite green (shown) or ’70s brown. Inform Interiors, Vancouver, informinteriors.com


3. Seeing Spots

Terrazzo continues its ascent, popping up in the latest furniture and accessories from, among others, Hay and Normann Copenhagen. Now, Ferm Living adds the distinctive stone patterning to its new wallpapers (from $92 a roll), available in rose or in pale grey, as shown. Vancouver Special, Vancouver, vanspecial.com


4. Water Wise

Vaia is Dornbracht’s latest collection of fittings (from $3,000), combining a modern, eclectic form with the company’s exacting craftsmanship and materials. Available in platinum matte and chrome (with a new dark platinum matte finish coming this fall). Robinson Lighting and Bath, Vancouver, robinsonlightingandbath.com


5. Light Show

Launched at the venerable Salone del Mobile Milano, Bocci’s new 84 series (pricing on request) sees fine copper mesh trapped within layers of clear glass. Available in nine configurations. Gabriel Ross, Victoria, grshop.com; Inform Interiors, Vancouver, informinteriors.com


6. Curve Appeal

The new Bower collection at West Elm, a collaboration with the eponymous New York City interiors firm, embraces the Art Moderne-inspired trend—hello, curved lines and exposed frames—with this soft pink arm chair ($599). West Elm, Vancouver, westelm.com


7. Modern Utility

Every ceramic piece (from $20 to $125) by Lynne Mulvihill and Jenn McCurry of Mud and Stone Studio is made with an eye on functionality and longevity. An ever-changing inventory includes perforated garlic keepers and utensil crocks, olive oil decanters, teapots, bird feeders, shaving scuttles and, in a rare display of extravagance, dishware flecked with 22-karat-gold paint. Mud and Stone Studio, Winnipeg, mudandstonestudio.com


8. Mix Master

The fresh patterns in these Medina cement tiles (from $10 per square foot) are designed to both contrast and complement one another and are suitable for floor or wall application. Available in square or hexagonal formats, in black, navy, ecru, muted green and a range of greys. Icon Stone Tile, Calgary, iconstonetile.com

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