Take your space from so-so to stylish with a few small tweaks.
Springtime might inspire cleaning and decluttering, but these cooling autumnal days have us in the mood to nest and redecorate at home. From runway-inspired furniture picks to handy, room-altering finds, here are the pieces you’ll want to add to your Pinterest board — or shopping cart — today!
Designed by Marie-Christine Dorner for Ligne Roset, this cozy loveseat only looks high maintenance. In fact, the cover — geometrically, intricately stitched by an automated sewing robot — comes off in seconds for easy cleaning.
If you’re loving the Americana-inspired, luxe Western fashion looks that came down the runways at Calvin Klein, Dior, and Sacai for Fall 2017, why not add subtle touches of cow print, dark denim and other cowboy-approved motifs to your living room?
These triangular-shaped nesting tables, made out of Fair Trade Certified limestone, are perfect for awkward corners and double as living room sculptures, too.
H&M Home launched in Canada last year, and it’s quickly become one of our go-to sources for minimalist-chic décor finds on a fast-fashion budget. These braided seagrass baskets are great for corralling household miscellanea, but we particularly love the idea of using them to give our larger potted plants a cute new base.
We’ve definitely embraced the return of velvet in our wardrobes. Next up? Adding a plush texture and autumnal colour to our bedrooms (or sofas!) with this cozy cotton and linen quilt.
Believe it or not, there’s a bit of a Memphis-style revival going on in the world of interiors right now. Why not inject some of the playful colour combinations it’s known for into your own home?
Instantly add some Scandinavian-inspired ‘hygge’ to any space with this textural rug from Canadian furniture company EQ3. The oversized yarns are made of natural, undyed wool and hand-woven into intricate, contrasting patterns.
At $11 a piece, you’ll be tempted to stock up on dozens of these cute iron hooks for every room in your house. But start with the front hall by giving that pile of jackets and scarves in the entryway a new home.