Tour Nadia G.'s Kitchen

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Check out Nadia G.'s Montreal kitchen, then pick up some of her finds for your own kitchen.

Black goblets appeal to Nadia's dark side. $16, Mario Luca Giusti; seed387.com

Nadia's Brasserie Plates are modeled after those used in restaurants in France during the 1920s. $33 for a 9½-inch plate, Pillivuyt USA; 125west.com

Nadia stores nuts in her reusable chalk canisters. $11/small, $33/large, ASA Selection; abode-newyork.com

Cake stands aren't for just cakes: Nadia uses hers, similar to this Banded Cake Stand, for produce. $150; reedandbarton.com

In addition to collecting these Glass Wisps, Nadia has several other vases by Canadian artists Eva Milinkovic and Kriston Gene. From $400 each; tsunamiglassworks.com

This porcelain pig, much like Nadia's, is a fun addition to any kitchen counter. $30; zgallerie.com

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