Holiday Decor We Love
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