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The Score: 6 New-to-Toronto Designs Winning Us Over

Refresh your house with designs from the best brand new brand names in the city

By Eric Mutrie

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1 HOLE IN ONE
An opening in the glass lid of local designer Ryan Taylor’s versatile, powder-coated aluminum Everything coffee table provides space for plants to grow, or for easy access to knick-knacks stored inside. From $719, at oniprojects.com

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2 MIAMI DUSK
Sunsets inspired Brooklyn lighting designer Bec Brittain’s Vise pendant. Polished brass claws wrap around a hand-blown lamp shade with a pink and aqua ombré effect. $17,600, at Hollace Cluny

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3 PANDORA’S BOX
Vibrant yellow accents enliven Portuguese manufacturer Wewood’s oak Pandora sideboard. Twist the side compartment to draw attention to a fun heirloom. $4950, at Lab Studio Design

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4 COOL CONCRETE
French designer Matali Crasset’s lightweight, stain-resistant concrete table features a grain pattern picked up from the wooden mould used to cast it. Available in both indoor and outdoor versions, it seats up to 10. From $7800, at Roseland

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5 BASKET CASE
Set plants, bottles or fruit on the varnished wooden base in this rustic-modern container by Montreal textile designer Monique Ste-Marie. We love the handwoven hemp design’s fringe tassels. From $70, at Made

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6 LAZY DAYS
Go from reading to napping with Softline’s Lazy sofa bed. Simply tip down the backrest to convert the vibrant felt mélange-and-ash design to a streamlined divan. From $2090, at Urban Mode


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