Kim Vallee

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Kim Vallee

Kim Vallee is the creator of popular blog, At Home with Kim Vallee.

Shop Review: Beige, Montreal

Posted by Kim Vallee Sunday, June 28, 2009 4:32 PM EDT


This shop appeals to a wide range of customers. Men and women from 20 to 80 shop at Beige. It is a must place to shop for unique home décor that adds personality to your home. Best of all, it stays affordable.

Michael Stratulak, the young owner of Beige, tries to source as much as possible locally and across Canada. He sells all Canadian-made upholstered sofas and headboards. Wooden furniture pieces are either reproductions or old refurnished furniture pieces that are sourced in Montreal and Ottawa. Montreal’s artisans are employed for all of the furniture paintings and custom re-upholstery jobs. For the home accessories, suppliers from Canada, the United States and Europe bring a special touch to Beige.

Notable products and services found at Beige:

  • The lamps are awesome and elegant French country tableware brings style to your table without breaking the bank.

  • The collectible plaques by Vancouver artist Sid Dickens are $76 each. They are perfect for making a grouping in the bathroom. These hand-finished plastered Memory Block tiles are produced in limited edition with new tiles revealed each spring.

  • The shop also offers interior design services that go from color consultation, space planning or furniture placement to designing custom upholstery pieces, drapery, shades and bed linens. Their interior design services cost $75 an hour.

Beige is worth a visit whether it is for a gift or to enhance your home décor!

See bottom of this post for more photos of the shop.

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2475 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest
Montréal, QC H3J 1N6
(514) 989-8585

Topics: Furniture


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