The suite life: Great condo furniture stores in Vancouver

You could go to a regular furniture store to furnish your new condo, or you could consult those who understand the essentials of equipping a small space properly. There are certain requirements involved in the equation: your furniture needs to be multifunctional, small scale and tastefully inventive. These Vancouver stores will help you furnish your apartment with innovation and style.

Creative Home Furnishings

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1738 2nd Ave W, Vancouver, BC V6J 1H6

With taste and grace, Creative Home Furnishings features in-house-designed and locally made lines of furniture. They do substantial custom work in a variety of woods, but primarily focus on maple. Known for a contemporary aesthetic that’s based on simplicity, Creative has it all covered, from book shelves to bedroom sets to sofas.

Urban Decor Furniture

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1222 Davie St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1N3

Serving the West End and beyond since 1994, Urban Décor specializes in condo-sized furniture that incorporates a calculated blend of old and new designs. Seventy percent of the furniture is locally manufactured. The consultants at Urban Décor love to introduce customers to new and innovative designs, while emphasizing quality and affordability.

Sofa So Good

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2331 Alberta St, Vancouver, BC V5Y 4A7

The furniture store with the best name in the business recognizes that logistics matter. This local, family-owned business specializes in Canadian-made upholstered furniture in traditional and contemporary designs. Sofa So Good does custom work, and will even do house calls to avert potential design disasters.

Briers Home Decor

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2025 4th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V6J 1N3

Contemporary furniture and décor accessories are the specialty at this home-furnishings shop, with a showroom on West 4th in Kitsilano and furniture made by hand in Burnaby. Briers’ friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you make smart decorating decisions, as you enjoy the boutique feel and handpicked products.

Mobler Imports Ltd

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3351 Sweden Way, Richmond, BC V6V 2B1

This Euro-style furniture store offers contemporary quality designs at sensible prices. Choose from a wide range of stylish space- and budget-conscious pieces for your condo, from sofas to coordinated bedroom sets. Möbler has a hard-earned reputation for satisfying personal and professional needs for functional and affordable home furnishings.

Cb2

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1277 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1C4

Founded by Crate and Barrel in Chicago 15 years ago, CB2 specializes in modern design ideas and affordable furnishing for condos, lofts and homes. Their aesthetic is based on mixing emerging trends to find creative and simple solutions for your home. They pride themselves on having created a community out of their customer base and are always looking for new members.

Parliament Interiors

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115 Water St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1A7

Located in the heart of Gastown — perhaps the city’s most established fashion and design hub — Parliament prides itself on knowing Vancouverites, your growing needs and the home décor trends you’re after. The result is a store that offers the best in intuitive and modern designs that suit Vancouver and its citizens perfectly. The best part is they pledge to get their products into your home at reasonable prices.

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