Family owned and operated for over 40 years, CF Interiors, formerly known as Country Furniture, is a Canadian retailer specializing in home furnishings, patio furniture and accessories, servicing interior design professionals and decor enthusiasts across the country.
In November of 2009, three friends came together over their love of beautiful things, lasting connections, and the joy of natural West Coast living. True, born and bred, dyed-in-the-wool Vancouverites, they opened Parliament, their House of Uncommons, to furnish the city they know like the back of their hands, and serve a market they understand innately.
Style In Form is a Canadian wholesale furniture company that has been supplying retailers, designers, restaurants and hotels since 2003. Our wood, glass and upholstery collections range from mid-century modern and classic to industrial and organic in earthy, natural and walnut tones.
Westhill Interiors offers both online and offline furniture exhibition. We hand pick and curate the best in quality and style for you and your apartment in Vancouver. Swing by our furniture store (1695 W 4th Ave, Vancouver) and find the perfect look or unique piece for your home. We offer unique pieces that you have been looking for and more from the comfort of your own home.
Q Living Furniture is an expanding home goods store specializing in living room, dining room, bedroom, and outdoor furniture. Established in 2006 and expanding from a wholesale warehouse to curated collections, Q Living Furniture has grown alongside the cities surrounding them. With three brick and mortar showroom locations boasting both locally and globally made pieces, our showrooms have been providing destination shopping experiences for over a decade.
Like many great rock bands and Silicon Valley start-ups, Mercana Furniture and Home Décor Wholesale began its operations in the Smith family garage. Back then, we were a humble framing business serving the local photography industry in Vancouver, BC.
Founded in 1984, Crystalworks has evolved from a small home-based business to the world-class mineral gallery it is today. The gallery is devoted to promoting fine crystals, minerals and fossils as works of art and presents the unique opportunity to purchase specimens of a size and quality rarely seen outside of museums.
Each and every object, from the smallest tumbled stone to the largest specimen, is hand-selected by the owners for its beauty and perfection. Crystalworks’ mandate is to sell only ethically mined minerals. We do not sell dyed, man-made or radiated crystals, or cave formations such as calcite stalactites or stalagmites. We have enjoyed close friendships with our miners and mineral dealers for over 25 years. This allows us access to rare and unique specimens that normally would disappear into private collections and never make it onto the open market.
We work closely with local and international jewellers, gem carvers and designers, providing them with select gemstones and crystals and co-designing pieces to create the jewellery, objet d’art and high-quality gem carvings that are unique to the Gallery. Crystalworks also supports cottage industries and fair-trade companies in Bali, Peru, Madagascar, Indonesia and India.
Originally opened under the name New-Small and Sterling Studio Glass, what is today Vancouver Studio Glass was founded by David New-Small and Nora Sterling in 1984. David New-Small studied math & chemistry at UC-Santa Cruz but was more inspired by the glass-blowers who created the lab ware than his professors. He moved to Vancouver and began to study glass at the then-brand-new Pilchuk School. David built a small hot shop in his garage in Crescent Beach where his hobby soon developed into professional interest.
He joined forces with Nora Sterling, a transplanted New Yorker with a passion for craft, and they approached Granville Island about establishing a glass studio. David and Nora supported the glass and arts communities in many ways over the years, providing jobs, representation and studio space to dozens of emerging glass artists, and through working with the Glass Arts Association of Canada, Circle Craft, and other organizations. David developed his own work, becoming known for his Marine Reliquary series and Ikebana vessels, still sold in the studio today.
Benjamin Kikkert joined the studio in 2013 and after a period of collaboration David retired in 2016, passing the Studio on to Benjamin. Born and raised in Vancouver, Benjamin graduated from the craft and design program at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario. He worked extensively throughout Canada before completing an extended residency at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. With his return home to Vancouver, he brings his passion and international experience to our operation, committed to offering artists and clients alike a contemporary experience founded on an innovative, respectful approach to business and material.
Creating the most beautiful glass works that I can, has been my personal goal or mantra for my entire life.
Growing up in a creative home, I started drawing things in the 5th grade and have not stopped yet. My father was a sculptor, my mother his model. Together they instilled a creative, and supportive environment that has sustained me through a few different artistic endeavours. From painter, to potter, to glass blower, I have always tried to make wonderful, beautiful work.
Now, after over 50 years of blowing glass, I still love the act of creating art from this molten mass of sand with my own breath. Hopefully, breathing life and beauty into each piece.
Lumens is North America’s premier destination for modern lighting, furniture and décor, serving trade and contract professionals as well as consumers. We travel the world to source from 350+ global design brands, curating a product assortment that features iconic designs as well as the latest in contemporary interior décor, including exclusive pieces that can’t be found anywhere else.
1) To give you an online shopping experience with a personal in-home touch.
2) To Reduce waste. Eighteen percent of online purchases are returned, twenty-four percent of that total is furniture and decor.
Let's do something about that, together.
3) Items usually ship between 3 to 5 weeks, delivery dates will be quoted about payment.
4) To make you happy.
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