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Stuff: Shelve It

Accessories to jazz up your entertainment unit

By Arta Ghanbari

BUILD-A-SHELF
Add and subtract pieces, as you would building blocks, to create your own entertainment unit with Muuto’s stacked shelf system. Different-sized cubes can combine to house turntables, books and tchotchkes – or be arranged individually. From $140, at DWR, 435 King St W

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GOOD BEATS
Small enough for the corner of a TV unit, Boston Acoustics’ SoundWare speakers offer deep bass discretely. Brackets for easy mounting are included. $600, Planet of Sound, 263 Queen St E

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THIS IS THE END
For the literati, add these famous last words to your library for a pop of colour, plus extra support for paperback classics and coffee table collectibles. The über-mod stenciled typography on these sturdy MDF bookends is laser cut. $20 EA, at CB2, 651 Queen St W

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DREAM SPACE
Strike up a conversation with this compendium of 60 notable abodes that includes artists Carsten Höller and Marcel Odenbach’s palatial concrete home in Ghana; and Integral House, an 1,672-square-metre home in Rosedale by Shim-Sutcliffe Architects. $60, at Swipe, 401 Richmond St W

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BEAUTIFUL IMPRINT
Marimekko reimagines the classic memory game using its iconic Unikko and Cars patterns. Each set includes 56 circular pieces ready for game night or a cozy escape from the bitter temperatures with family and friends. $50, at crateandbarrel.com

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MIX AND MATCH
Hide unsightly items like remote controls in these stoneware vases. Available in pastel blue and dust green, they add subtle colour to what’s likely an otherwise austere bookcase. $10, at BoConcept, 230 Adelaide St E


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