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Shop Talk: 10 New Pieces from Totokaelo Art—Object

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Seattle-based readers (and online shoppers with a passion for fashion) may be well aware of Totokaelo, the Capitol Hill-based purveyor of avant-garde design. Last June, founder Jill Wenger opened a designier branch of her shop, Totokaelo Art—Object, that peddles thoughtfully curated, often one-of-a-kind wares from artisans the world over. Some of them (Grain Design, Fort Standard, Robert Lewis, Doug Johnston) have appeared in Dwell, and the rest of them may yet someday. Here's a look at ten of the shop's best and newest pieces for the home.

Wired coffee table in gloss yellow and smoked gray glass by Phase, $1,450.
Floor LoveLight in white by Robert Lewis, $850, which was originally designed for the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm...
Anntian wool carpet, $590, handtufted in a graffiti print.
Bound Hand Mirror v1 by Grain, $395.
Foundation Table with Triangular Base by Fort Standard, $2,600.
Swirl vase by Susanne Harder, $234.
Wasabi Knife, Spoon, and Fork by Sohdo, $16 to $18 each.
Space Dye Blanket in knitted plaid angora wool by Henry Vibskov, $340.
And for a dose of desktop sculpture, delve into Totokaelo's artier options: Vanity Dumbbell by Faux/Real, $380.
Woven cotton cord vessels by Doug Johnston, $90 to $260.
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