The Straight has searched the city to find ways to warm up your home, not only for the holidays but for the balance of the cold season.
More and more furnishings are popping up at the annual event.
West Coast wonders, keepsake teacups, snazzy storage ideas, and reclaimed furniture.
Time to get fearless: from funky zigzag coffee tables to faux crocodile skulls to shag carpets on steroids, brave, bold touches make the room.
When it comes to the world of decorative furniture painting, Annie Sloan is the unofficial queen.
The felt carpets and soft furnishings featured at an upcoming pop-up shop come from the isolated steppes of Kyrgyzstan.
The Vancouver shopping destination will house the Chicago-born home furnishings and décor retailer’s newest location.
West Elm Market, which will carry kitchen, garden, home repair, and personal care items, is opening its first Canadian location in Vancouver.
After a decade-long run in Kitsilano, Paboom closed in 2011; however, during December, Vancouverites can find kitschy-cool knickknacks at this West 4th pop-up.