Gorgeous Finds & Free Vancouver Design Consultations
Can stylish rooms have soul? Absolutely, especially when they’re created in collaboration with local designers, artists, artisans and manufacturers — and particularly when a portion of the proceeds goes toward charities helping the homeless. That’s the model behind Kabuni, a global online design platform that connects people with local designers around the world. Browse this gallery to discover how chic sustainability can be, plus learn about Kabuni’s Date A Designer events happening every Saturday from July 16 to August 30 at their new high-tech Vancouver Design Studio. RSVP now for your free design consultation with a Kabuni designer and see these gorgeous finds in person.
A sculptural light and wall art — featuring real plants cast in wax — pop against white walls and light woods in the Kabuni Design Studio. Find and learn more about local art at the Studio, in one of Kabuni’s many free Facebook Live Events or via a Kabuni designer. Start by using Kabuni.com or the Kabuni app to gather inspiring design images, get a free consultation with a Kabuni designer whose aesthetic matches yours and then purchase the art and furniture you need.
This shapely, organic cedar stump table with white resin offers a focal point amid sleek, low-profile furniture. The same piece would look equally at home in a bohemian space. Attend one of the free Date A Designer events happening every Saturday from July 16 to August 30 at the Kabuni Design Studio in Vancouver to discover more locally sourced furniture and art.
Even a small jolt of colour can reinvent a room. Artist Courtney Molyneaux juxtaposed a black lamp against cubist colour blocks here in the Kabuni Artist Vignette, a monthly rotating feature wall at the Vancouver Design Studio. Register for a free design consultation at an upcoming Date A Designer event, or drop in to the Studio any time to connect with designers and purchase art from local makers.
Never underestimate the power of a statement piece to transform a space. The Flow Bench by Casika Modern, available at Kabuni, offers two curves instead of the traditional linear model. The curves can be placed facing or away from each other, encouraging conversation or personal space, as desired. To find out more about cutting-edge furniture and art, artisans and designers, follow Kabuni on Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter.
At the Kabuni Design Studio, multitouch surface tables let you collaborate with your designer, browse through a catalogue of local makers’ products and rotate or zoom in on designs with the swipe of a finger. So be sure to register for one of Kabuni’s Date A Designer summer Saturday events today. Not in Vancouver? No problem — simply connect with a Kabuni designer online. Whether you’re a decorating fan, an artist, a designer or a manufacturer, reach out to Kabuni today.