Urban Living

Boasting dragon boats, bike trails, boulevards, and craft beer, Southeast False Creek is drawing a vibrant community.
It seems that Matthew Johnson’s own love of saving old stuff from the junk heap is striking a chord with a new generation.
In our Urban Living section, wall art goes green, Southeast False Creek finds its village vibe, soft furnishings bring flair to a room, and salvaging soars to artful new heights.
Two entrepreneurs imported a European system to offer locals easy access to low-maintenance framed foliage.
Designers from Medina Design House and Heather Company recommend reinvesting in existing furniture pieces and making some bold choices to add personal touches to home spaces.
The Vancouver-based ceramics artist evokes birch-tree bark in her line Rusty Birch Design.
Condo-sized furniture takes inspiration from mid-century modern style this season.
Forget the inflatable lawn pumpkins, dollar-store spider web, and skeleton window stickers: there are higher-de
Modernism Week lets you peek inside architectural gems, while retro design delights year-round
If you live in Vancouver, less isn’t more. It’s what you can afford.