Where can I find a bedframe like this in Vancouver, BC?
July 27, 2008 2:02 PM   Subscribe

Where can I find a bedframe like this in Vancouver, BC?

I love this bed frame, with storage drawers beneath, but am wondering if there are other furniture places in Vancouver (not IKEA) that sell quality storage bed frames at a reasonable price? (is under $2,000 possible?) I've seen the flip-up kinds at Koolhaus, but want the storage drawers.

We are moving there next month and are looking for recommendations from locals.
posted by branparsons to Home & Garden (8 answers total)
I did a bed hunt in Vancouver recently and Bedcetera was the best source I found. They had several under-bed drawer options and I think one was even solid wood. Sorry, I have no time to search there right now for it, though.
posted by Listener at 2:25 PM on July 27, 2008

Yaletown Sofa can be very helpful. Their quotes on storage beds were the lowest I could find. They have catalogues you can look through or you can ask.

Henley's out on Grandview also has catalogues and decent prices. I have a few items from them.
posted by acoutu at 2:31 PM on July 27, 2008

Oh, and Yaletown told me $1200-$1600 for storage beds when I last asked.
posted by acoutu at 2:31 PM on July 27, 2008

Scan Design often has some nice furniture, and they don't have everything online. They have at least one bed with drawers listed, but I'd suggest calling them or going to the store. They have great kitchen tables too - I have one that rolls out to accommodate dinner parties and it's really well made.
posted by barnone at 3:15 PM on July 27, 2008

Industrial Revolution has one too -- I'd also call them because I don't think their entire store inventory is online.
posted by barnone at 3:17 PM on July 27, 2008

Great Pacific Furniture might have something too -- their website is kind of cheesy, and some of the furniture is hilariously bad, but they have some great sales and might have bedframes with drawers.
posted by barnone at 3:23 PM on July 27, 2008

EQ3 has something like that. It's a chain, but not a totally evil one. Furniture sold in Canada is made in Canada, quality is OK to good.
posted by drmarcj at 7:11 PM on July 27, 2008

Thank you so much everyone!! :)
posted by branparsons at 4:30 PM on August 1, 2008

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