Monday, June 30, 2014


Summer is in full swing here in Vancouver, and with Summer comes wedding season! Sometimes it can feel as though there is a wedding to go to every other weekend, and figuring out what to get the bride and groom is the toughest decision for any wedding guest. More often than not, guests like to opt for cash gifts over registries. But, if you are looking for something a little more unique for the bride and groom to be, we've got some great ideas that are sure to please.

Whether it's a sleek knife block from On Our Table for the minimalistic modern couple, or an electrifying vibrant cushion from Zuzunaga for the bright quirky couple, we have a wide range of options. Above are some of our favourites.

Provide also offers gift registry services. Our unique product range combined with our personalized service makes Provide the registry of choice.

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The minimalist couple:
- David Mellor 'pride' cutlery set
- Heath Ceramics studio mugs in onyx
- Roost serafina salad servers
- Heath Ceramics shallow salad bowl in onyx
- On Our Table walnut knife block

The quirky couple:
- Zuzunaga hand woven cushion
- Loyal Loot log bowl in aqua
- Roost silver sapling salad servers
- Loyal Loot walnut bowl in red
- Heath Ceramics vases in lemongrass

Posted By Megan

Wednesday, June 18, 2014


Provide is pleased to feature the beautiful work for Chad Falkenberg and Kelly Reynolds, the design duo behind Falken Reynolds. Believing that one specific design aesthetic doesn't fit all, they allow their clients individuality mirror into the spaces they design, making each project truly unique. Keeping in tune with higher-level principles, balance and the unexpected, their interiors always showcase clean lines with an edgy twist and a pop of colour.

The above photos are from a modern Whistler cabin, which is in the recent issue of Western Living Condo. Provide had the pleasure of collaborating with Chad and Kelly in accessorizing the space. We love the light feeling that the home emanates. The use of light oak floors and crisp whites gives the feeling of being at a chalet in the Swiss Alps. Our Teixidors cushions add a bit of texture and warmth to the vast open concept living area. The towels by Missoni and Coyuchi add a graphic punch to a very spa like bathroom. Great work guys! We can'y wait to see what you design next.

Posted by Megan

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Wednesday, June 4, 2014


New at Provide is a stunning collection of cotton and linen pillows featuring inspired details such as exposed brass zippers, hand dying, appliqu├ęs and screen-printing all created by Rebecca Atwood – who we discovered via her Instagram account that beautifully profiles her artistic process.

Based in Brooklyn, designer Rebecca Atwood blends traditional textile techniques and hand painting to create products that are both simple and luxurious. The collection is deeply rooted in Rebecca's everyday observations of her life in Brooklyn as well as her personal history – growing up on Cape Cod surrounded by the ocean, antiques and the family restaurant. Behind each design is a story drawn from her collection of family heirlooms, textures found in nature, vintage patterns discovered at flea markets, inspired colour combinations from world travels or a composition from her sketch book. These experiences and collections are layered together to inspire pieces that are thoughtfully crafted and casually elegant.

Provide is very pleased to be the first retailer in Canada for Rebecca Atwood – for more information on individual products, please visit our website.