Fabulous furniture stores in Vancouver for unique chairs

A chair is more than a place to sit. For some, it’s a throne, the place to have a nightcap or do the Sunday crossword. For others, it’s a reflection of themselves, their own personalized place to sit and relax or get down to business. Whether it’s for the dining room or your backyard, these Vancouver boutiques have chairs as unique as you.

Gild & Co

4415 10th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V6R 2H8

Gild & Co. is uniquely equipped to help match you with the perfect furniture for your home or office. Besides selling antique-style furniture, they also offer re-upholstering services and custom upholstery furniture. And if you’re looking for additional help, Gild & Co.’s in-house design consultants will work directly with you to figure out a look that works for your space. Whether it’s new dining chairs to spruce up your home or some sleek and funky office chairs to impress clients, Gild & Co. can help you give a room a whole new look.

Moe's Home Collection

1728 Glen Dr, Vancouver, BC V6A 4L5

Moe’s tagline – Design made simple – is the best way to describe both their collection and their staff. The showroom emphasizes simplicity, displaying unique pieces without overloading the senses. Easy-going and knowledgeable staff members are on hand to help you find what you’re looking for. When it comes to chairs, Moe’s carries a wide range of materials, designs and styles, from high-end leather lounge chairs to simple and sturdy contemporary dining chairs.

Novo Furniture

3868 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3N9

David Bond, the charismatic owner, operator and chief salesperson at Novo Furniture, is one of the main reasons this store is so popular. He not only stocks a wide selection of contemporary chairs and sofas, but will work closely with clients to make a custom-designed seat to suit your specific needs. He offers hundreds of choices when it comes to styles, materials and sizes, which means you can work together to co-create something that will fit your unique vision.


4609 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3R6

ReFind is a carefully curated recycled furniture store that prides itself on stocking one-of-a-kind items. Their chairs range in style and period, from refurbished antiques to eye-catching art deco pieces. Items here are locally sourced, and the low-pressure salespeople simply love matching unique furnishings to their unique customers. If you’re looking for a chair that’s completely different, you may just re-find something here.

Nineteen Ten Boutique

4366 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3P9

Named for the year that Coco Chanel opened her first boutique, Nineteen Ten and its products have a strong European sensibility. The small and stylish shop carries a wide array of new, antique, up-cycled and hand-made items from local and international designers. Those with an eye for mid-century furniture, or pieces inspired by the period, are sure to find some unique seating options – including benches, stools and dining tables -- along with other accent pieces to round out their look.

Livingspace Interiors

120 -1706 W 1st Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 0E4

Living Space’s open-concept showroom is almost more art gallery than furniture store. Stocking some of the most bold, unique and high-end furniture designers in the world, including Kartel, Herman Miller and Flos. Living Space is a showcase of where the world of furniture design is right now, and the statement pieces they carry can define any room’s entire look, whether you want a contemporary spin on the familiar or something truly otherworldly.

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