Urban Living

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.
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.
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.
Condo-sized furniture takes inspiration from mid-century modern style this season.
The Vancouver-based ceramics artist evokes birch-tree bark in her line Rusty Birch Design.
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.