Shops We Love: June Home Supply Masters Modern Minimalism
Joël Cyr was working as a chef and his wife, Danielle, was at home raising their two children when the couple cooked up their first design webshop in 2014. Fast-forward five years, and they’ve expanded from clicks to bricks with the opening of June Home Supply (250 Kennedy St., Unit 2) in downtown Winnipeg. Attached to a coffee shop, the store’s modern minimalist interior was designed in collaboration with Renee Struthers of Studio Hiraeth and features a room-within-a-room layout that makes the space feel more like a well-edited home. Mediterranean-inspired stucco walls with geometric cutouts add architecture and interest. “We wanted it to feel like an experience,” says Danielle.
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The couple’s curated collection of home and lifestyle wares, sourced from small-scale producers, inspires customers to elevate everyday tasks with beautiful items such as beechwood bowls, Turkish towels, all-natural French soaps and Moroccan baskets.
Recently, Joël and Danielle also added vintage pieces, including terracotta jugs and wooden picnic baskets.
“I like the mix of old and new; pieces that have a story add warmth and uniqueness,” says Danielle — proof that timeless design and found treasures make a house a home.
Thom Bargen Coffee is connected to the store and is the perfect spot to refuel.
A picnic basket handcrafted from white ash with leather handles turns lunch in the park into a fashionable affair.