Resembling lane dividers at a swimming pool or a period of fishing grounds, British designer Sebastian Herkner’s LED lamp incorporates a marble base (in either Marron Emperador or Nero Marquina), powder coated steel and opaline glass. It is a slick pick for the light collector on yournbsp;listing.
Mainkai table lamp by Sebastian Herkner, $2,100 at .
2. Shape up
Art should never be chosen for decoration purposes, but it is difficult not to imagine outfitting a creative living space by building on the bold forms and watery hues of Jessica Groome’s acrylic on paper work, Sharp. The Vancouver-born artist exhibits from Erin Stump Projects innbsp;Toronto.
Sharp (2014) by Jessica Groome, $1,250 at .
3. Cushy job
If there’s one trend that has dominated the decoration world this season (well, besides millennial pink) it is the mash-up of textures in fabrics, rugs and macrame-style tapestries. This pillow, by Brooklyn-based Minna, downsizes the aesthetic so it is easier to work into any designnbsp;plot.
Minna Cartographer Pillow, $275 at .
4. Paper cuts
Artist Gianpaolo Pagni interprets signature Hermès motifs including horses and chains into a string of 36 paper placemats. Use the 10-by-16-inch sheets to liven up a holiday dinner table, fold them to create brightly colored origami ornaments or glue them up in a powder room to make a patchwork featurenbsp;wall.
Bis Repetita placemats, $145 at .
5. Hot pot
The ceramic confections made by Julie Moon frequently resemble surrealist floral arangements and sculptural blobs. Her pieces to get a collaboration with boho merchant Anthropologie are somewhat more straightforward, highlighting unique colour combos over odd forms. The partnership extends into the holiday season with a collection of geometric decorations in both eye-poppingnbsp;hues.
Bold Blooms vase, $28 (U.S.) at .
Courtesy: The Globe And Mail