Our Fave New Home Decor Products This Month
Terrazo candles, modernist patio furniture, bold block tile and more decor and accessories on our wish list right now.
For B&B Italia’s Bay outdoor furnishings (this sofa, $14,497), British design duo Doshi Levien shaped double-braided polypropylene fibres to create air pockets and impart a light and open look to the voluminous form. informinteriors.com; lebellearti.com
Ann Sacks’s new Anello field tiles (available in black or white, from $34 per square foot; gold inset pieces sold individually from $12 per piece) see extruded porcelain tile imprinted with the familiar whorls, rings and grain patterning of cut wood. annsacks.com; empirekitchenandbath.com
Sunday Dry Goods’ Aztec towels ($64) are made from two layers of woven Turkish cotton for a lightweight muslin-like feel and efficient drying time. sundaydrygoods.com
Right Plant, Right Place
Leaf Supply (Rizzoli, $47) does the work of two books, offering advice on how to keep houseplants alive and happy, plus guidance on using them in interior decoration.
Caine Heintzman’s Vine light fixtures for Vancouver-based Andlight feature dramatic clusters of opalescent glass and chrome that almost appear to grow down into the room (pendants available in configurations of three, five, seven or nine lights, $1,995 to $5,495). chester-fields.com; vividconcepts.ca
Style and Substance
All in One
Made from hand-knotted silk and Tibetan wool, Sebastian Herkner’s Mainland area rugs for the Rug Company (available in two colourways, $15,232) reference the intersecting grids and connections within cities. avenue-road.com
Sized to accommodate dinner for four (and an opportunistic ant or two), this classic picnic basket from Mûr ($155) features woven Appalachian white ash construction and a gingham-checked liner in vinyl fabric for easy care. murlifestyle.com
Cast iron that has been salvaged from industrial engines and other products gives the Mater Imago wall hangers ($75 to $100 each) by Danish design studio Pederjessen a one-off, varied appearance. grshop.com
Made of textured concrete with a painted finish, the smartly priced Etna side table ($69 to $79) recalls the breeze-block facades of Palm Springs mid-century houses. structube.com