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Geometric beauties fit for the home

Above: READY FOR TAKE OFF

Get some floor action with this hand-tufted wool Kaleidoscope rug, and see hundreds of hexagons transition from earth tones to asphalt greys, and finally to warm greens and deep blues. From $795, at BoConcept, 230 Adelaide St E

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HIDDEN GEM

A repeating diamond pattern disguises Kate Spade’s signature bow tie motif. Formalities are unnecessary, though: the Castle Peak stoneware collection is ready for daily duty, including everything for the regular kitchen – even a cookie jar. From $15, at William Ashley China, 55 Bloor St W

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EXTREME MEASURES

This top-heavy, powder-coated steel table lamp is all about unlikely proportions. Inspired by Microsoft Excel, its pencil-thin wooden leg nods to both the functionality and the basic lines of spreadsheets’ graphs and charts. $570, at Lightform, 267 Niagara St

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SURFACE VALUE

Math phobics, beware: the abundance of acute angles in Cole & Son’s Facet covering looks like a trigonometry problem. In blue and monochrome, it’s actually the perfect answer to a staid wall or even a credenza. $750/7 panels, at Primetime Paints & Paper, 299 Queen St E

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THROWDOWN

From her Dundas West studio, textile maestro Bev Hisey colour-blocks traditional handwoven cotton into square plots of bright magenta, lavender and mute yellow. Throw a couple on the couch for a geometric twist. $130, at Everydayhousewife, 1066 Dundas St W

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