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This Just In: 5 New-to-Toronto Designs We Love

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As playful and glam new product lines debut across town, introductions are in order

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Cabinet of Curiosity
Yabu Pushelberg’s Blink collection for Hong Kong’s Stellar Works demonstrates the duo’s mastery of swish style with a quirky side. A blinking eye and raised hand on this white oak and blackened-steel cabinet act as charming handles. $5385, at Klaus

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Kaleidoscopic Cool
Gabriel Scott’s Welles desk lamp places an LED bulb at the centre of a glass gem, double-blown by hand for a murky look. Choose from pink, white or black glass, with satin brass, copper or nickel for the base. $1440, at Hollace Cluny

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Open for Business
Industrial in finish yet refined in shape, these graphic brass bottle openers by Fort Standard are the epitome of Brooklyn style. They’re one of several Big Apple designs on offer at NYC-expat Anne Seally’s new design boutique in the Beach. From $50, at Task

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Wave Hello
A treat from every angle, Vita Copenhagen’s undulating Sine lampshade mimics the waves found off Denmark’s coast. The material palette is classic Scandinavia: a crisp white polypropylene lighting panel is topped with cozy grey felt. $225, at Kids at Home

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Fresh Squeeze
It’s hard to resist plunking down in Freistil by Rolf Benz’s plump 171 armchair. The eccentric throne’s corner accents can be coordinated with the body fabric, or done in a contrasting colour for a panda-like look. From $1545, at Jalice interiors

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