Casa is back

By , April 20, 2010 12:03 pm

 

WE’RE BACK

and Casa is BLOGGED IN!!

Welcome to Casa Home Decor (and so much more..).  If you remember Casa on Howe Street (1990’s) in downtown Vancouver – well….

Casa Store

as a slightly different version.  Today’s Casa is more home decor, furniture, art and accents BUT we also still offer beautiful, unique and  functional serving and entertaining items  (barware, platters, vases, tealights, wine glasses etc.).  As always we offer  everything in the store at everyday low prices. We have an unusual mix of products, always evolving, always unique.  You never know what we will have next week!

Some things you will see at Casa:

Bamboo tables and lighting fixtures – contemporary and refreshingly different.

Bamboo "MacIntosh" style table and benches

Gilt glass bowls and vases by BC’s  David Graff

Holly Graff

Whimsical tea cozies by felter and Vancouver’s Alice Philips

artisan Alice Philips

For those of you who became collectors of artist Manlio Bacosi’s majolica (beautiful contemporary artwork hand-painted on ceramic platters, urns, bowls and plates) we have a new shipment from Deruta, Italy -exclusive to Casa in Canada.  Another luxury item to pair with Bacosi – Murano glass vases and accents – are also available at CASA.

Handpainted in Deruta, Italy

Whether for home, office or larger projects Casa has a must-see selection which includes a very extensive art bank of custom sizeable fine art prints at fantastic prices.

Go to www.casacollection.ca to view our entire art bank – and custom size your favorites with our unique sizing tool.

Stay tuned for many new surprises coming to our store over the next few months – including

“The Story of a Tree”

about one giant old Maple found on the forest floor on the Sunshine Coast by Casa’s furniture designer and craftsman Bjarne Holt.  He has brought this piece of BC forest history (if trees could talk) and, starting this summer, we will be creating artful works of home furnishings from this one magnificent tree – that will truly be not only attractive and functional  – but conversation pieces as well.

There is always something new at CASA (and always something on sale too) so drop by to enjoy a great new shopping area – THE ARMOURY DISTRICT –  fast becoming THE design district in Vancouver.

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