Show pieces

Concepts are dandy, but we’re itching to buy something new for our pad right now. Here are six Design Week debuts that are ripe for the purchasing.


1. Patrick Burke and Daniel McTavish might still be students at the University of Waterloo, but their poplar chair has a simple, confident feel beyond their years. $900, galtstudio.com.

See it at Come Up To My Room.

2. Successively sized puzzle lamps by Tamara Rushlow have powder-coated bases cut from a single sheet of steel to reduce waste. $120 to $150, MADE, tamararushlow.com.

See them at Radiant Dark.

3. Saving Seas is Katherine Morley’s collection of coral-inspired aquarium furniture that doubles as sculptural bud vases. $60 to $80, MADE, katherinemorley.com.

See it at Radiant Dark.

4. Manor12 designer Julie Moschenross’s new organic cotton cushions are available in three sizes in a series of juicy, Marimekko-inspired prints. $85 to $150, manor12.com.

See them at the Interior Design Show.

5. Classic chip-truck cutlery gets swanky in the hands of Anneke van Bommel, who recreates the usually disposable utensils in reusable stainless steel and 14K gold plate. $125 to $420, MADE, etsy.com/shop/touchthedutch.

See it at Radiant Dark.

6. Felt fanatics can get organized with the Felt Store’s nappy woven basket. $221, thefeltstore.com.

See it at the Interior Design Show.

See page 30 for event info on the Interior Design Show, Come Up To My Room and Radiant Dark, and page 33 for retailer info.

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