Think colourful spheres hovering above a Christmas tree.
Shiny Fuzzy Muddy, Got Craft?, and Weirdos Holiday Market all happen December 8 and 9.
Earlier this week, First Lady Melania Trump took to Twitter (it's a Trump thing) to reveal this year's White House Christmas décor, which
Get your outdoor space ready for alfresco entertaining with furnishings and accessories from Canadian retailers.
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’Tis the season to gather around the table and eat, eat, eat—and with that comes more attention on your dining table than happens during the rest of the year combined.
Partial proceeds from the collection help support Salma Mohammad and her family, who arrived in Vancouver earlier this year.
Also on our list? Seaweed-infused soaps, West Coast–inspired teapots, and upcycled-paper ornaments.
The 14,507-square-foot shop carries a number of Muji firsts in Canada, including a plant department, an in-house cafe, and a line of experimental apparel.
The wood, much of it from demolitions and renovations of pre-1940s houses, is laser-cut into shapes that celebrate the West Coast.
From sushi-shaped studs to Vancouver-themed colouring books, a smattering of the items we're coveting from the city's talented makers.
The regional agency is hoping to inspire pride in Metro Vancouver's transit system with branded T-shirts, shower curtains, and other products.
Fancy a porcupine-shaped toothpick holder? Or perhaps a Salvador Dalí–inspired wooden cuckoo clock?
It’s Totokaelo on crack.
From woolly tapestries to macramé plant hangers, '70s staples are remixed and modernized by a group of Vancouver textile artists.
A surprising number of local and Canadian designers, from molo to Bensen to Brothers Dressler, still draw inspiration from northern Europe.
Ahead of her appearance at the Vancouver Fall Home Show, HGTV Canada star Tiffany Pratt shares her top tips for building a home that serves you better.
One of the most anticipated retail openings in Metro Vancouver has been Muji's first store.
These design and decor items—each drenched in Pantone's colour of the year—offer vibrancy without overpowering your space.
Interior designer Jamie Deck shares her tips for incorporating the summerlike Greenery into your own space.
The brand, known for its streamlined home, fashion, and stationery goods, will open a temporary shop in 2017.
They're the next best things to a block of peppermint bark.
Vancouver interior designer Kendall Ansell shares her tips for creating a timeless holiday look.
There’s no excuse for car air fresheners and cylinders of potato chips under the tree this year.
From botanical prints to upcycled beer-bottle glasses, we've rounded up the best in home objects to explore at the annual fair.