Please visit our partners to find out more about our original decorative items and gift ideas, from books to wall clocks and everything in between.
ArchitectMADE is a curated collection of simple, handcrafted decorative objects by renowned modern architects from the past and present such as Poul Kjærholm, Finn Juhl, Kristian Vedel and Jørn Utzon.
New York-based Areaware offers an ever-evolving collection that brings together some of the most creative designers working today. Favourites include Harry Allen’s cast resin Pig Banks, Magno wooden radios and Patrick Townsend’s Orbit and String chandeliers.
Artecnica combines cutting-edge design with a thoughtful approach to manufacturing, packaging and shipping that takes into account the environmental impact of the things we put in our homes. In addition to the celebrated designs of Tord Boontje like the Garland Light and Transglass recycled vases and pitchers, new additions include colourful stretch tote bags made from old vinyl billboards.
Books & Magazines
Kit carries a constantly changing array of books on art, architecture, pop culture and anything else that grabs us in the world of design, as well as the best magazines focusing on modern furniture and contemporary architecture.
Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen is admired for their elegant and beautifully finished decorative items in stainless steel and silver from small accessories to dramatic large vases and candle holders.
Fatboys are the funnest, fattest seat in the room — bright colourful beanbags in a range of sizes and shapes for everyone in your family.
Iittala is rooted in over 75 years of tradition but is always evolving. In addition to their beloved everyday tableware and glassware, they are known for dramatic decorative items in glass and ceramic, including the original Aalto vases and handblown Toikka glass birds.
Jonathan Adler is best known for whimsical pottery that incorporates a nod towards both East Coast preppy and West Coast modern, and more than a hint of sexy Seventies glam.
In addition to their lighting and seating, Italian plastics manufacturer Kartell has a wide range of distinctive accessories, including Componibili storage, the flexible one-of-a-kind Bookworm shelf, and Philippe Starck’s Gnomes collection.
Loyal Loot is an Alberta-based collective that walks the line between conceptual and commercial design. They are best known for their popular Log Bowls, handmade from lumber offcuts with colourful acrylic lacquer.
Marimekko’s vibrant fabric patterns cover a wide range of beautiful home accessories in collections that change with every season.
Muuto promotes “New Nordic” design and brings together a diverse group of designers from Scandinavia to create a truly eclectic line of products including their modular “Stacked” shelving, “Restore” felt baskets and “The Dots” coat hooks in natural oak.
Vitra is not just a furniture design company but through the Vitra Design Museum they produce licensed classics such as the George Nelson Wall Clocks, the Eames House Bird and their ongoing collection of miniature classic chairs from modern design history.