Hol­i­day Decor We Love

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Geometric shapes and modern de­signs rule the 2017 hol­i­day sea­son.

Geometric shapes bring an un­ex­pected twist to the usual hol­i­day char­ac­ters and glit­ter, whether it’s a whimsical crea­ture or a con­i­cal Christ­mas tree.

State­ment Maker Jonathan Adler’s Canaan

meno­rah (from $245) is mod and mono­lithic, made from solid black and white mar­ble. Sculp­tural and mon­u­men­tal enough to stand alone, its sim­plic­ity is oh-so-so­phis­ti­cated. jonathanadler.com

Wood Block All the craft with none of the kitsch, these su­per-sim­ple Aztec wooden cone trees ($8) have a graphic, geometric and non-fig­u­ra­tive qual­ity that’s sub­tle yet state­ment-mak­ing. home­sense.ca

Win­ter White Top your hol­i­day ta­ble with some win­try won­der, like these faceted, ice- crys­tal- like Vin­ter block

can­dles ($9 for set of 3) that are part of Ikea’s win­ter col­lec­tion. ikea.ca

Pretty Piece These glass or­na­ments (from $15) from the Cross Decor and De­sign look vin­tage but have a quirk­i­ness and free-form spirit that’s made for modern sen­si­bil­i­ties—whether it’s the sur­pris­ing squig­gle of an oc­to­pus or the bul­bous beauty of a whale. the­cross­de­sign.com

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