Western Living Magazine
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10 of the Hottest Homewares for Summer 2022
Announcing the 2022 Designers of the Year Finalists
You’re Invited to the Design Party of the Year!
DotY 2022: Our Judges for the Maker Category Can’t Wait to See What You’ve Got
From bowls to buildingsBarter is coming to Vancouver in June, and bringing a craft community with them.
Online events, businesses to support, and charities to donate to.
Once a Tree Furniture opens its showroom to local artists and makers for the holiday season.
What to expect from this celebration of intersectional (and global!) design in advance of tonight's opening night party
The Vancouver-based planners are calling lights out on the contest, but would be "thrilled" to see someone else reignite it.
That's why the Western Front's annual Toque reigns supreme.
A sparkling night spent honouring Calgary's most influential movers and shakers.
From upbeat and festive to cozy and intimate, these craft fairs are brimming with local talent and holiday cheer.
The Vancouver-born artist will debut eight new landscape paintings at Autonomous Furniture this winter.
(Hint: it's an opportunity to shop for knives and kitchenware that's been sourced directly from Japan!)
Dreamy, abstract landscapes populate the painter's first Vancouver show.
Shop local this holiday season at the 9th annual Make It craft fair.
'Tis the season for holiday craft fairs with food trucks and Christmas music galore ... but which markets to choose?
And we got one of the first looks. See it for yourself, now through May 8.
"Our goal is always a natural outcome that helps people feel their best."
Falken Reynolds principals Kelly Reynolds and Chad Falkenberg hosted an evening of bubbles to celebrate their window display designed for Inform Interiors in Vancouver's historic Gastown district.
B.C.'s finest artisans showcase specially handcrafted goods from the local art community.
The 100-year-old company celebrates the first year anniversary of its Armoury District showroom.
The Quebec import debuted its new 100,000-square-foot store in Vancouver with an equally large soiree.
It's hard to remember a time in Vancouver when a red carpet was more star-studded.
Designers and tastemakers came out to celebrate the furniture brand in Vancouver's Armoury District.
Look for striking, on-trend geometrics and mid-toned woods in the new product launches at this years IDSwest in Vancouver, running September 25 to 28.