Designer Flowers in Every Vancouver Neighbourhood

Inspired Living

As interior designers in Vancouver, we always need gorgeous flowers. Project installs, housewarming gifts, photo shoots, and a classic payday treat are just a few occasions that are better with fresh blooms. 

Like interiors, florals go through trends, making them the perfect, low-cost way to add something of the moment to your home for a temporary refresh. With so many florists in Vancouver, we’ve rounded up our favourites from neighbourhoods across the city so you can stop in and literally smell the roses on your way home. 

Shown: Structural blooms steal the show in this holiday-ready tablescape via Western Living Magazine

Downtown 

Hana by Celsia 

The most avant-garde arrangements and a very cool shop interior. We tapped Hana to provide florals for our recent feature in Western Living Magazine. 

Cambie Village

Cadine

A new to the neighbourhood gift shop—and they have a fresh flower bar inside. Check Instagram to find out when stems are in stock. 

Little Mountain

Flower Factory

Vancouver’s classic. Pick up arrangements ready to go, or have something customized with your selections in store. 

Mount Pleasant

Blossom and Vine Floral Co.

Cute and colourful flowers on the most adorable side street block, plus the sweetest gifts for a little something extra. 

Kitsilano 

Celsia Floral

If you’ve seen their wedding florals, you know what a beautiful bouquet comes from this floral shop. Perfect for gifting! 

Southlands

Southlands Nursery 

Yes, it’s a plant shop, but they often have a few unique blooms and stunning seasonal branches. 

South Granville

Meinhardt Fine Foods

As far as grocery store florals go, these are always well curated and usually include pretty roses. 

Fort Langley 

Floralista Flower Studio

Okay, not in Vancouver but a must-visit on your next weekend adventure. Lovely arrangements, house plants and sweet vases and vessels to complete any space. 

If you’re looking for floral inspiration, we’ve saved all of our favourites here. Getting them wrapped for a gift? Ask for simple brown paper with a ribbon in your fav colour for the most Parisian market-chic look.

warmly,
Megan Baker

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