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The Home Decor Goods We Can’t Get Enough of This Month

You’ll want to get your hands on these new and noteworthy items from across the West.

Family Drama

The Party ceramic wall sconces (from $824 each), designed by Kranen/Gille, take Moooi’s signature quirk to a whole new level. Each animated lamp is a family member with a colourful life story: Glenn is the good son “searching for clarity through ideology and order,” Coco is the self-made matriarch, and the Mayor is the pompous, secret father of twins Glenn and Ted.

Power Play

With its externally positioned light-bronze feet and outer leather shell, the Tape 2 sofa (from $10,060) from Minotti is furniture deconstructed—and yet the experiment is nothing but iconic.

Black Pearl

Ferm Living’s Orb watering can ($119) brings a punchy dose of bold geometry to indoor gardens.

Green with Envy

Ikea’s blocky and asymmetrical staircase rug (officially dubbed the Kongstrup, $90) is a note-perfect graphic accent in green on blue.

Peanut Gallery

Prepare to see domed iterations of the vintage-inspired Tosca bookcase ($899) everywhere. What’s more, the glass shelves, mirror panels and concealed LED lighting take a museum-level approach to showcasing fine possessions.

Soft Smoke

In smoky brown tempered glass, the Verre square coffee table ($599) isn’t going to block your living room’s visual flow—plus the cross base adds a nice geometric contrast to soft sofas.

Touch Points

The angular steel rods on Kazuhiro Yamanaka’s Pallucco Graffiti lamp ($6,500) are adjustable, so you can draw your own design-forward “graffiti,” creating a one-of-a-kind wall sculpture.

Out of the Woods

Vancouver-based leatherworkers Brand and Iron enter the candle game with a line of delicate West Coast-inspired fragrances; look out for mixes of oak and moss, spruce and amber or rose and citrus in their simply branded votives (from $30).

Powder Puff

A literal twist on convention, the Parrot ottoman (price on request) is an ice-cream-smooth modern seat that would make a statement in any home.

Dusk to Dawn

World-renowned Italian ceramicist Rina Menardi makes her moody, nature-inspired stoneware, like this Oblo black vase ($720), entirely by hand.

No Place Like Home

After all that ruthless Marie Kondo purging, New Minimalism: Decluttering and Design for Sustainable, Intentional Living ($16.50) is the book to help you rebuild your minimalist home in a way that’s tidy, but not stripped of all comfort and personality. amazon.caS


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