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9 Must-Have Design Items for your Home

Take modernity to the next level.

CB2 Mountain CaddyAin’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,

The Team-Up

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


Bright Idea

Adjust the arms of the Armstrong Mid-Century eight-light chandelier ($752) to arrange the bulbs in the perfect Sputnik-style splay.

Tacchini-Atoll-ChairLean Back

The Tacchini Atoll chair ($5,834) is a modernist’s take on the classic chaise longue.

The Comeback

The Knoll Womb settee ($6,194)—a supersize version of the classic Womb chair—is back in production for the first time since 1951, and we can’t wait to curl up.,

CaseStudyPlanter_whiteGreen Thumb

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.


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.


Inside Out

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.

Blu-Dot-Bonnie-and-Clyde-modular-sofaDream Team

Named after an iconic duo, the Blu Dot Bonnie and Clyde modular sofa ($4,617) brings together two well-tailored sections to create one sophisticated piece.,

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