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
Six must-visit new rooms in the West.
A pair of engineers embraces their artistic side through handcrafted furnishings with a rustic bent: think rugged, solid-wood benches, custom barn-style doors and live-edge tables.
Brett Lavender and Mark Generoux, Proprietors, Range Road Furnishings
How does working with wood affect your designs?
“Each one of our projects is a little different and has its own character; imperfections in the wood can become the highlight of a piece—the material inspires the design for sure. We use wood sourced from the West Coast, like Douglas fir, and when you’re working with something so raw and natural, you get surprised a little bit.”
In addition to beautiful flowers, find a well-curated selection of giftables (Amelie Mancini linens, Woodlot soaps and Lux et Terra beeswax candles, to name a few) at the new location of this quaint floral shop.
Pop in often to see the constantly changing selection of mid-century modern furniture, quirky art pieces and great kitchenware on offer at this inviting Herald Street vintage haven.
The flagship store (a new concept from the people behind Jordans Interiors) brings contemporary, casual pieces—cozy sofas and internationally sourced accessories—to Richmond’s home decor district.
The Parisian brand makes its Canadian debut, bringing a modern interpretation of Art Deco to a line of sophisticated furniture designs, including sleek leather sofas and smartly structured coffee tables.
The high-end consignment store—sister to the well-loved Robert Sweep Homefurnishings—features plenty of intriguing, gently used designer pieces for the stylish-and-thrifty set.