06, Feb 2021 | Interior Design
We’ve collected the best interior furniture shops and showrooms for you to enjoy while in Vancouver. From small showrooms and boutiques to grand flagships, there is a huge variety of sources to find the best interior design furniture and inspirations.
This interior design showroom is one of the main luxury design references in Vancouver. Also known as Elan Interiors & Furnishings, this bespoke interior design showroom provides unique custom interior design and home decoration services that correspond to the client’s unique design taste.
For all you Baroque lovers, The Cross is the perfect store for you. The vintage feel to pieces makes them super unique and special to this store. The collection of candles and gift wares is incredible too.
This kitschy design shop has furniture pieces as well as great decor accents. We love all the brass and gold.
Here, you’ll find well-designed, unfussy, and beautiful homegoods. Their motto is “the best products become better known as our Old Faithful ones; trusty, well-built heirloom pieces that are classic in design and only enhanced by the passage of time.” This sentiment shines through in the aesthetic of their storefront and in the products they carry.
This is the perfect shop for post-brunch lingering among an impressive mix of vintage pieces hand picked by owner Carey Salvador. She travels throughout North America seeking antique treasures to bring back to her shop, as well as pretty new homewares.
A beautifully-curated shop that specializes in tasteful textiles, artwork, kitchen gear, and tableware, including a rotating selection of stunning hand-crafted ceramic dishware.
A continually rotating selection of beautiful vintage furniture and modern home decor items make this a spot you’ll want to return to over and over. With an ethos that buying vintage is good for the consumer and for the planet, Gild prides itself on selling timeless pieces that are built to last.
If you’re looking for effortlessly cool, quality-crafted modern finds, stop into Litchfield, which operates around the philosophy that “life is a series of simple moments, and those moments are made beautiful by the tools we use to live.” Litchfield carries a rotating selection of homewares, apothecary, and personal goods.
This studio and workspace features beautiful handcrafted furniture built from premium reclaimed wood that is salvaged from demolition sites and abandoned buildings throughout the city. Union designs its pieces with a nod to Vancouver’s bygone industrial past: “honest, raw and utilitarian.”
Vancouver Special carries a well-curated selection of Scandi and Japanese-inspired home goods in addition to locally-made items. The owners (an architect and design advocate) built their shop around the belief that, “good design can be accessible, affordable, of high quality, and bring pleasure to daily life.” Check their website for store events and design-related lectures.
Located in Vancouver’s trendy Yaletown neighbourhood near the corner of Nelson and Homer Street you’ll find Suquet Home. If you’re looking for a unique furniture store where you don’t just find the usual stuff in most furniture stores, this is the place to shop. Here you’ll find everything your home will need. They also offer interior design consultations, a must if you’re moving into a new place or simply due for a home makeover.
Kavuus is derived from the Finnish word “Mukavuus”, which means ease or comfort. At Kavuus, they believe in beautiful, functional home furniture. Their inspiration is not only derived from mid-century designs but also modern day home décor. They believe in pushing the boundaries of conventional furniture designs and expanding the limits of our imagination.
Based in Richmond, LQ furniture offers a personalized and stress-free shopping experience without the downtown price tag. Specializing in unique and customized pieces to fit your home, LQ offers a mix of whimsical, modern, rustic and luxury designs. Their Canadian-made and imported furniture is of great quality and they have plenty of selection. At LQ, you’ll find unique and fashionable rugs, couches, bed frames, dining room sets and more.
L’Atelier Home in Gastown is a gem of a furniture boutique. This the place to shop for interesting and one-of-a-kind pieces – and they also offer upcycling services to transform your old pieces of furniture into something new, restored and beautiful. Bring that old coffee table back to life with a fashionable mint-green paint job, or refurbish an old chair with a fun bright fabric to transform it into a statement piece.
Currently most famous for furnishing the Big Brother Canada house, The Brick has plenty of state-of-the-art furniture pieces to choose from. With a reputation as Canada’s largest home furniture retailer, the selection is as fabulous as you’d expect- and the prices aren;’t bad either.
Product design, research and development and manufacture of custom upholstered furniture takes place under one roof at their head office in Winnipeg, Canada. Therefore, the creation of a sofa goes from the conceptual sketch to the production line in one building.