You’re going to get what makes a neutral palette so stunning in a tour through the light-filled new accessories store. 

When Robert Quinnell and David Keeler opened their design shop Provide in Crosstown eight years ago, it was still a burgeoning district. Despite their success in that still-quiet part of town, the couple have moved their store into the now-buzzing Armoury District, into the former Mint Interiors space next to East India Carpets. Their old shop was a favourite of ours here at Western Living, so we took a tour of their new spot—and it’s just as beautiful.

Click on the slideshow below for a peek inside the light-filled space.

In the entranceway, there are pieces from several local designers: a table from Vancouver’s Lock and Mortice€”you might recognize their work from Vancouver hot spot Savio Volpe€”as well as stools from Barter, and a lighting installation from Matthew McCormick. (Photo: Tanya Goehring)

The front desk was built for their original space on Beatty Street, but made the journey to the new store, a warm contrast to the white and bright space. Artwork from Pauli-Anne Carriere lines the walls. (Photo: Tanya Goehring)

Right on trend, Teixidors pillows warm up the entranceway in a soft tweed. The serving boards on the Lock and Mortice table are from Stinsen Studios; the woven baskets from Doug Johnston. (Photo: Tanya Goehring)

Lighting from Niche Modern lines the ceiling; Eskayel pillows in graphic tie-dye prints line the bench in the foreground. (Photo: Tanya Goehring)

Many of the accessories here are an exercise in how neutral colours can still create drama with pattern and curves. Pottery from Rina Menardi pairs with teak candlesticks from AKMD, and mustard-coloured leather boxes from Oscar Maschera. (Photo: Tanya Goehring)

Among the more unusual accessories are these cast iron objets from Saikai. (Photo: Tanya Goehring)

Missoni towels and red leather boxes from Oscar Maschera are among the few colourful accessories in the shop, which embraces a neutral, calming colour palette. (Photo: Tanya Goehring)