Holiday Gifts

We invite you to come to our 50 Water Street showroom in Vancouver to see the many beautiful items we have on display for the holiday season. Find the perfect gifts for those on your list and take advantage of our complimentary gift wrapping service which features this year’s limited edition Inform Interiors’ holiday sticker by the renown graphic designer Marian Bantjes.


E.R. Butler & Co. Candlestick Holders

Intrigued by the classic but delicate shape of a Biedermeier candlestick found at a flea market, and impressed by the precision of nineteenth-century lathe work, Ted Muehling tried to capture these qualities using traditional spinning and casting techniques. Daunted, however, by the cost and labour required to realize them, the pieces remained as prototypes.

Ten years after seeing Ted’s pieces, Rhett Butler of E.R. Butler & Co. suggested that Muehling try a technology which he used to produce his exquisite hardware. Butler’s computerized lathes have given life to the designs. This process allows for precise control of the beautiful curves that make these pieces so elegant.


Little Books by Meik Wiking

This lovely collection of books are by Meik Wiking, the CEO of the Happiness Research Institute, research associate for Denmark at the World Database of Happiness, and founding member of the Latin American Network for Wellbeing and Quality of Life Policies. Learn the secrets of living a happy and cozy life with The Art of Making Memories, The Little Book of Hygge, and The Little Book of Lykke.


 Kaikado Tea Caddies

Kaikado was established in 1875 in the city of Kyoto by Seisuke, creator of the first Kaikado tin tea caddy. With a manufacturing process that involves up to 140 steps, this 130-year-old Chazutsu (tea caddy) remains Kaikado’s signature product and is appreciated for its style and functional, airtight design.

The current successor, Takahiro, developed a two-tiered tea caddy. He has initiated the first-ever collaborations with tea brands and has started marketing his caddies abroad. Adding a new element per generation is a tradition that Kaikado has carried on throughout its history.


John Pawson for Demeyere

In 2008, cookware company Demeyere marked its 100th birthday with the launch of a new series designed by celebrated British architectural designer John Pawson. The combination of functional complexity and aesthetic simplicity informs this series’ unique, contemporary character and appeal.


 Uma Bluetooth Speaker and Lamp by Pablo

The revolutionary UMA Sound Lantern redefines the portable lantern for the modern age. Fusing state-of-the-art Warm Dim LED technology with 360° high fidelity surround sound, UMA provides a one of a kind portable light and sound experience, integrated seamlessly into a strikingly elegant design. UMA pairs touch-sensitive volume control with an intuitive full-range light control dial and features Bluetooth connectivity to stream the highest quality audio wirelessly from any mobile device. Invoking the primal symbol of the lantern and the warmth of a campfire, UMA is the perfect centrepiece for social gatherings and intimate moments indoor and out.

Visit us in-store or on our online shop to browse our carefully curated gift ideas.

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