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CB2, the younger sister shop to Crate & Barrel, has finally gone international with its online sales. That means that yes, we can now order all the gorgeous home decor bits to Canada. You will have to wait for the furniture — right now only accessories are available online. It’s rumoured, however, that the first CB2 shop will be opening this summer here in Toronto — yeah!

The look is a bit younger and more playful than Crate & Barrel, and I find that they offer a lot more colour. It’s definitely a website to have on your radar. Happy shopping — just in time for the holidays! Here are my picks:

Photo Blog Crate Barrel Online Shopping CB2 Light

This Hinge Sconce is a steal for $90. Pair them above a bed for easy reading.

Photo Blog Crate Barrel Online Shopping CB2 Bowl

The lines of this white matte Pond Bowl are gorgeous — it’s even pretty just left empty. Iron, $50.

Photo Blog Crate Barrel Online Shopping CB2 Pillow

The Red Bird Pillow looks really pricey, but is only $35 — it would pack a lot of decor punch in a monochromatic room.

Photo Blog Crate Barrel Online Shopping CB2 Dining Room

The Orbit Mobile offers an interesting solution to a space that may not allow for pendant lights or a heavy piece hanging from the ceiling. Its scale is substantial, so it could make quite the art piece in a room. Iron and powdercoat finish, $40.

Photo Blog Crate Barrel Online Shopping CB2 Chair

I’ll have to wait until summer to pick up a mod Scan Flint Lounge Chair. Solid white oak, $600.

Photo Blog Crate Barrel Online Shopping CB2 Rug

I might have to order a Hopscotch Rug for my foyer — I think it could be super fun, and I know my five year old would love it. 100% wool, $250.

For more affordable style picks, see Stephanie White's 2011 Ikea catalogue picks.

Photo credits:
1. Hinge Sconce, CB2
2. Pond Bowl, CB2
3. Red Bird Pillow, CB2
4. Orbit Mobile, CB2
5. Scan Flint Lounge Chair, CB2
6. Hopscotch Rug, CB2

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