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The Wish List: 10 Home Decor Products We Love in December

Hand-hewn axes, a Scandi-cool chair and more.

How I Do What I Do

From Kinfolk founder Nathan Williams comes The Eye ($36), a detailed look at the influences of the world’s top creatives and tastemakers, including Grace Coddington, Clare Waight Keller and Thom Browne. indigo.ca

Circle Gets the Square

Eschewing corners and convention, Gan’s Caleido area rug (from $3,237) plays with form, materials and texture. grshop.com

Gather ’Round

New work from Edmonton’s Oliver Apt. plays with colour, joinery and fun. To wit: the Popsicle-stick-like Belgravia coat rack ($680), which is made of solid ash and available in six colours. oliverapt.com

Stone Age

Stack them, group them or just admire them: the Rock candleholder set by Tom Dixon just landed on our holiday shopping list (sold in sets of two: tealight holders, $149; medium-sized candleholders, $257; large, $405). informinteriors.com; kitinteriorobjects.com

New Nordic

With its solid oak construction and wool cushions, the Miskito chair by Skagerak ($2,500) offers refined occasional seating that folds up for easy transport inside and out—weather permitting, of course. oldfaithfulshop.com; thefjordstore.com

Wood Reigns

Made from oak reclaimed from fallen trees in Vancouver, Turn Lights by Propellor Design ($1,150 each) appear to glow from within. propellor.ca

Good Handling

Made from structured seagrass with a lid for stacking or concealing, EQ3’s Nomad baskets (small, $80; large, $130) are a smart update to the ubiquitous belly basket. eq3.com

Green Cuisine

Now available at Cook Culture, the Combekk Dutch oven ($350 to $400) is made from recycled cast iron and comes with or without a built-in thermometer. Available in black, concrete and green (as shown). shop.cookculture.com

At Your Service

Put the Sydney bar cart ($1,179) to work in the office, the kitchen or simply during happy hour—it aims to please. Available in a white-lacquered frame and oak or in black lacquer and walnut veneer, as shown. boconcept.com

Maker’s Mark

Taking the handmade movement to the tool shed, Timothy Dyck, in collaboration with VSSL, has produced a limited edition of axes ($350) from his workshop in Abbotsford, B.C. The head is forged from hardened tool steel; the handle is contoured straight-grain hickory. timothydyck.com

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