Wednesday, July 20, 2011

celebrating locally-owned for 16 years

It’s hard to believe that another year has gone by since our 15th anniversary; we’re now celebrating our Sweet Sixteen! When two NSCAD graduates created Attica, and opened its doors in 1995, it was the only contemporary store in Atlantic Canada; today has grown to be the largest in the region. Attica’s downtown Halifax store on Barrington Street features four floors of design for customers to enjoy. In St. John’s, Attica’s boutique on Freshwater Road is a little out of the way, and a lot out of the ordinary.

We focus on contemporary Canadian design, as well as bring in exciting furniture and accessories from abroad. Because we want to thank our customers for supporting us all of these years, we are offering, until July 23rd, 16% on all in-stock, regularly priced items, plus more in-store specials. Thank you Atlantic Canada!

Sunday, July 3, 2011

keeping it fresh: new arrivals

Keeping our store fresh and exciting is very important to us, as we always want to show you the latest in decorating trends. At the same time, we provide you with contemporary classic styles that will have your home looking great, not only today, but also in the years to come. Here's just a few of our new arrivals...

On our down-filled Canadian-made Dublin sectional by G.Romano shown above is transformed with bright green and turquoise. The peacock rug is made from 100% hand-dyed, hand piled wool, accented by the lichen pillow in citron and turquoise and the down-filled embroidered peacock pillow.

Here below is a dining table, buffet and wardrobe system from now! by hΓΌlsta Our now! furniture simply lasts longer because of the workmanship, the quality of the raw materials used and their thickness. And the timeless design. Mix, match and customize from a wide range of high quality, practical offerings for all rooms in your home.

The Canadian-made Lola chairs in top-grain orange leather look beautiful with the tufted charcoal gray Spencer sectional. The Spencer sectional easily flips from left to right.

The Caldera dining table is made of reclaimed distressed Chilean walnut railway ties with a steel base.

Continuing with sustainable furniture is the Ray dining table made from reclaimed demolition hardwoods and new walnut. While you can't see it here, it features a beautiful pedestal black wanlut base.

The Canadian-made Nest chair lets you and a friend curl up and relax while you read your favourite books or watch a movie.

The G.Romano Aria sectional gets a new look with new Dwell Studio covered pillows and Holly chairs by Silva.