From Vitra, Materia Designs, Crate & Barrel and others, these mirrors, bowls, coatracks and more use simple shapes to add detail.
1 Corner by Hierve
Hand-cut at exactly 45-degree angles, the four edges of the Corner mirror bring an intricate detail to the rectangular wood (oak, ash or walnut) frame. It comes in four sizes – from 35 by 55 centimetres to 90 by 180 centimetres – and colours include green, blue, pink and yellow.
2 Diagonals by Vitra
The graphic two-tone pattern of the Diagonals blanket was originally designed in 1971 by Alexander Girard for textiles and pillows. The jacquard-woven Merino lambswool is super-soft and warm for chilly autumn nights.
3 Lana by Pablo Studio
A magnetic LED component inside the wool shade means it can move from table to wall to floor using its adjustable steel bases and plates. It comes in five colourways with a polished chrome or white pedestal.
4 Grady by Crate & Barrel
An asymmetrical arrangement of basic shapes, the Grady wall-mounted coat rack mixes metals with an iron frame and antiqued-brass pegs, which are edged in a machine-inspired crosshatch texture. Can be hung horizontally or vertically.
5 2D:3D by Blu Dot
This series of sculptural vessels arrives flat and unfolds into their hexagonal forms. Made from copper-plated or powder-coated steel, there are three sizes available in copper, blue, black and white.