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186 Peel St., Montreal, Quebec H3C 2G7, Canada

In Montreal, where interior shops tend to cater to either traditionalists or cutting-edge Modernists, Celadon Collection bridges the gap between stodgy and avant-garde perfectly. This 5,000-square-foot home emporium, located in a former garage on the western edge of Old Montreal, is the brainchild of one of Canada’s top decorators, Scott Yetman. He and his business partner, Roy Caro, traverse the globe in search of antiques and well-made furnishings, so that Celadon—like Montreal itself—is a crossroads of European and North American influences. Favorite Finds: Parisian imports including Objet de Curiosité’s egg-shaped volcanic rocks mounted on bronze bases ($630) and Hervé Gambs’s hypoallergenic scented candles in subtle fragrances such as Waterflower and Cashmere Wood ($66).

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Celadon Collection

In Montreal, where interior shops tend to cater to either traditionalists or cutting-edge Modernists, Celadon Collection bridges the gap between stodgy and avant-garde perfectly. This 5,000-square-foot home emporium, located in a former garage on the western edge of Old Montreal, is the brainchild of one of Canada’s top decorators, Scott Yetman. He and his business partner, Roy Caro, traverse the globe in search of antiques and well-made furnishings, so that Celadon—like Montreal itself—is a crossroads of European and North American influences. Favorite Finds: Parisian imports including Objet de Curiosité’s egg-shaped volcanic rocks mounted on bronze bases ($630) and Hervé Gambs’s hypoallergenic scented candles in subtle fragrances such as Waterflower and Cashmere Wood ($66).