If you’re on the hunt for new and innovative housewares, you may want to pay a visit to one of the many artisan booths at the
One Of A Kind show this weekend. From handcrafted ceramics to handblown-glass light fixtures, here are some of the Canadian-owned businesses that caught our eye.
Made using traditional handblown-glass techniques,
Boutiverre, a Quebec atelier that operates out of Lac Brome, designs custom recycled lighting fixtures and table objects like soap pumps and vases.
Photographer: Courtesy of Boutiverre
Elevate your houseplants and morning coffee with handmade ceramics from Quebec brand
Hoya Atelier. The city- and river-inspired collection features a mix of carefully crafted planters and mugs.
Photographer: Courtesy of Hoya Atelier
Carefully constructed from textiles sourced around the world, the
Toronto artisan designs handmade pillow cases with intricate prints and woven textures.
Photographer: Heidi Cigljarev
Celina K Studio
Bring sculptural appeal to your coffee or dining table with a classic piece from
Celina K Studio. The Toronto ceramicist takes inspiration from nature and uses a signature black and white color palette for a sophisticated, timeless look.
Photographer: Courtesy of Celina K Studio
Mimi La Rouleuse
From abstract wall art to bubble-style coasters, you won’t be disappointed by this
creator’s diverse selection of one-of-a-kind design finds.
Photographer: Andreea Iancu
YFL Fine Art & Home Decor
From terrazzo jewelry holders to watercolor art prints, this
female-founded business based out of Kleinberg, Ont. offers functional art and housewares that are built to last.
Photographer: Courtesy of YFL Fine Art & Home Decor
Sadie & June
Sadie & June creates hand-embroidered maps that are perfect for travel lovers. With over 1,000 locations and custom maps available, a red heart can be stitched over a place you want to commemorate or be reminded of.
Photographer: Amy Zambonin
Author: Chelsea Dolan
Feature image courtesy Celina K Studio