Western Living Magazine
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WL Architects of the Year 2022: Measured Architecture
WL Robert Ledingham Memorial Award for an Emerging Interior Designer 2022: Studio Roslyn
A design store that pulls out all the stops and more great new rooms opening across the West.
200-2240 Chippendale Rd., West VancouverShopping can be hungry work. That’s why this new design hub in the lower Cypress Mountain Bowl is genius: it handles everything from interior design and staging to catering. Spot pieces like églomisé side tables and stands (they specialize in high-end European furniture and decor) next to the in-house café, where the chef offers up house-made soups, salads and paninis. —Carly Whetter
8488 Main St., VancouverTo celebrate their 40th anniversary, Coast Appliances’ 12,000-square-foot retail space has been transformed into stunning new showroom where you can shop for mid-range and premium appliances from JennAir, KitchenAid, Maytag, Miele, Smeg and more. Now with beautiful kitchen displays throughout, you can really get a sense of what everything will look like in your home. —Kaitlyn Gendemann
921 1st Ave. NE, CalgaryCalgary is already full of bike stores and cute coffee shops, but Bike and Brew is going to combine the two in an intimate hybrid focusing on the commuter. The 2,600-square-foot warehouse-chic space will be bustling with bike repairs and test drives while guests pull up a stool in the 15-seater café to enjoy sips and snacks from YYC locals Fratello Coffee Roasters and Corbeaux Bakehouse. —Gabrielle Lakusta
1007 Langley St., VictoriaKilshaw’s storefront and warehouse of more than 60 years makes the move from Upper Fort Street to a revitalized heritage building in Old Town. Find items up on screens, online catalogues and a new emphasis on curated auctions around themes like Decorative Arts and Interiors (though the real fun is the anything-goes estate auctions). —Rosemary Poole