Vancouver home shops for festive fall decor

It’s decorative gourd season y’all! The changing seasons are an ideal time to spruce up your interior with festive fall decor. If you’re dreaming of harvest-themed table runners, planter boxes filled with sunflowers and pumpkin-scented candles, it’s time to log off Pinterest and head to these local home decor stores to shop for autumnal accessories. [Photo credit:]

West Elm

2947 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3J6

You’ll find fall-inspired decorations for every room in the house at this contemporary furniture store on South Granville. Come October and November, the shop is stocked with ornamental objects and accessories to assist in your seasonal decorating scheme. Brass pumpkins, sparkling skull garlands, rustic wood bookends and decorative pheasant feathers are just a few of the items you’ll find on display. For the whimsical party host, Rachel Kozlowski’s line of woodland animal stoneware (think serving platters adorned with pheasants and raccoon-shaped cake stands) would be a charming addition to your next dinner party.


1805 Fir St, Vancouver, BC V6J 3A9

Provide has been a destination shop for Vancouver design professionals ever since it first opened in 2007. Owners David Keeler and Robert Quinnell have curated a stunning mix of contemporary furnishings and West Coast inspired housewares from international and local designers. This fall, the showroom is stocked with plenty of items to create a sophisticated holiday tablescape, including elegant taper candles, red cedar coasters and textured brass serving trays and metallic bowls (great for food or decorative items). Recreate a cabin-in-the-woods feel in your home with a set of reclaimed log bowls and a cozy alpaca lambswool throw.

Pottery Barn

2600 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3H8

True fall fanatics will go crazy over the wide selection of seasonally inspired furnishings, housewares and outdoor accessories from this well-known shop on South Granville. Treat yourself and transform your home with decorative pillow covers and harvest-inspired wreaths (adorned with everything from corn husks to miniature gourds to pheasant feathers) that are easy to switch up when the seasons change. Hosting a luxe holiday feast? Dress your dining table for the occasion with turkey-shaped serving bowls, plaid tablecloths, ornamental metallic acorns, novelty napkins, and pumpkin-shaped glassware and decanters.

The Cross Décor & Design

1198 Homer St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2X6

Decor darlings with a penchant for all things interesting can happily spend more than an hour seeking stylish inspiration at The Cross’ beautiful showroom. The blog-worthy vignettes throughout the shop are designed to show off the feminine furnishings and covetable home accessories. Stop in to get some autumnal decorating inspiration and you’re sure to leave with a few glitter-dipped ceramic pumpkins. We also love the geometric glass lanterns in smoky hues and chic Brazilian cowhide rugs speckled with shimmering copper flecks.


493 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6B 6L9

Let’s face it – no one should be spending their entire paycheque on their fall decor. If you’re looking to deck out your interior for fall without breaking the bank, then load up on seasonal home accessories at this budget-friendly chain store with numerous locations in the Lower Mainland. Shop here for leaf-embroidered table runners and porcelain pumpkins to accompany your holiday spread. The rotating stock changes daily so check back often for new goodies.

Welk's Mart

3511 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3N4

From mason jars to washi tape, Welk’s is a one-stop shop for crafty design enthusiasts. The aisles at this neighbourhood general store are stocked with seasonal home accessories, cookware, kitchen gadgets, books, stationery and much more. Geometric glass terrariums along with tiny cacti and succulents are great for ambitious green thumbs. Hosting a festive fall get-together? Stock your bar cart with funky glassware and small-batch cocktail bitters from Dillon's and you’ll be ready to mix up hot toddies and spiked apple cider in no time.

Parliament Design Inc

2703 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5T 3E9

There’s no shortage of fashionable design shops in Vancouver’s ultra-hip Gastown ’hood, and Parliament fits right in with its trendy neighbours. Designed with condo-dwellers in mind, the modular and multifunctional furnishings here have contemporary lines with a mid-century twist, and will accommodate an abode with limited square footage. For fall, why not switch up your interior with some fresh wall art, jewel-toned candleholders or metallic gold vases?


2912 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3J7

Anthropologie is known for its folksy-meets-feminine apparel and home accessories. You’ll find everything on your fall decor wishlist at the two-storey South Granville shop, including colourful glassware, sumptuous bedroom linens, vintage-inspired lighting and shabby-chic furniture. The ceramics section is particularly twee, with owl shaped mugs, monogrammed teacups and botanical-print china sets. During the rain-filled weeks ahead, create a homey indoor sanctuary with cozy knitted wall tapestries and orange autumnal candles by Minnesota-based fragrance label Illume. If you really want to commit to a seasonal interior switch-up, invest in some intricate damask-print wallpaper.

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