Lifestyle & Parenting

The New Family Heirlooms

October 14, 2013

New in The Chinatown Experiment’s pop-up space, Izm’s moniker represents a movement focused on existence, essential nature and how one should live, a philosophy that seems inherently West Coast.

Clean lines constructed from solid wood are the design foundation and, despite a contemporary minimalist aesthetic, there’s still a delightfully rustic air about the high-end handcrafted pieces, each meant to age and to be passed on between generations.

What we wouldn’t give to have the Visualizm cabinet (from $4,650) and Eyeful coffee table ($2,950) accenting our living rooms that, or the quirky air plant terrariums (from $50) by Gastown florist, Green Stems.

By the looks of it, beautiful furniture is new family heirloom. May Globus

Izm, 434 Columbia St., Vancouver,
See photos from the store opening on our Editors’ Diary.


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