We love being part of our communities, from Victoria to Vaudreuil. We invite you to discover beautiful and genuine living, wherever you live. Come in and feel right at home with Urban Barn.
How do we make millions of Canadians feel right at home?
Give a little more than expected
We started our business by asking people what they wanted. Then we created Urban Barn as a furniture and home décor destination where you get a little more than what you'd expect and can discover what makes a home just right.
Discover and share inspiration
We search the world to discover inspiration for our colours, prints, textures and ideas. But we also like to get inspiration close to home from our customers. This gives us everything we need to move into each season creating collections that excite.
From our home to yours
A visit to one of our stores should evoke a sense of curiosity, discovery and delight. We love to help you feel confident and excited about the products you buy from us, and most importantly we want you to feel right at home in our home, and in yours.
Repeat steps 1-4 all over the country
We've been growing new stores since 1990. Today you'll find us as far west as Nanaimo, BC to as far east as Boucherville, Quebec.
Sébastien Fauteux, Creative Director
How we became Right at Home
Rick and Craig, two childhood friends from Brandon Manitoba, open our first retail store at 12th and Cambie in Vancouver. Shortly after, Sébastien joins the company and he's still with us today. The three could be seen driving around in purple vans delivering furniture..
The 90's are in the rear-view mirror and nine Urban Barn stores can be found from BC to Manitoba. Ontario followed with our first store on Queen Street West in Toronto. Drop by and say hi if you're in the neighbourhood.
Time to really grow! Enter the Stern Group, who would eventually become majority owner of Urban Barn. Today we remain 100% Canadian owned.
Retail ace Linda Letts, joins Urban Barn as its new President. Sales and expansion accelerate. Rick and Craig retire.
The first year of Blanket the Country in Warmth is launched where for every $5 donation, we deliver a new fleece blanket to a local shelter. The campaign continues to reach more and more Canadians in need every year.
We open our first two stores in Quebec and launch our online store.
To further support the communities where we live and work we launched the Give & Take program in Ontario allowing home delivery customers to have their old furniture picked up and donated to Habitat for Humanity.
We are firmly planted in over 50 communities from BC to Quebec and have over 650 team members.
Linda Letts, President of Urban Barn
of our world, communities, customers and colleagues
be open to learning, ready for change & continuously raise the bar
see the lighter side, be energetic and vibrant
in our design choices, appearance and demeanour
celebrate differences, think creatively, and seek understanding
to our brand, our values and the experiences we deliver