New in stores across the West
The prettiest new paint colours, a sweet Ikea collaboration and more on-trend pieces.
All Wound Up
Plaited extra-thick hyacinth fibres give the Tress
basket (small, $139; large, $169) a durable, sculptural form. Available in black, brown and white. Article, online, article.com
Caesarstone’s engineered quartz forms the basis of their new limitededition wall clocks ($300). Available in six materials. Caesarstone, across the West, caesarstone.ca
Nachtmann’s Punk collection of glassware by Anke Buchmann ($39 for a four-tumbler set; $179 for a set of two old-fashioned glasses and a decanter) brings new edge to the bar. Also available in black, orange and red glass. William Ashley, online, williamashley.com
Lando’s Novella Maxi sideboard (shown in natural larch, $9,878) is available in four wood finishes and can be ordered with a lacquered mintgreen interior. Spencer Interiors, Vancouver, spencerinteriors.ca
With its asymmetric body and seamless stone- composite construction, MSDS Studio’s Halves coffee table for Muuto ($535) exemplifies the refined minimalism for which the Canadian collective is known. Espace D, Vancouver, espacedonline.com
Add instant drama to interiors with Benjamin Moore’s moody and soft matte Century collection ($125 per gallon). From top to bottom: Veronese Green (also shown in room), Obsidian and Delft. Benjamin Moore, across the West, experiencecentury.com
Happy Birthday, Finland!
Marimekko’s new Veljekset pattern serveware ($15 to $ 49) depicts Finnish folk tales in celebration of the country’s 100 years of independence. Marimekko, Vancouver, marimekkovancouver.com
Moglea’s handpainted notebooks ($35) elevate all penned pursuits, from the humble to- do list to fine-art projects. Old Faithful Shop, Vancouver, oldfaith fulshop.com
In the Loop
Ancient knot patterns from China and Scandinavia form the basis of Winnipeg artist Sara Clark’s sculptural madeto- order wall hangings— like this Pipa knot (from $55). Rally Co., Courtenay, B.C., rallyco.ca