Tuck: The Story Behind

Inspired by the summer camp tuck shop. Every morning we’d line up, waiting for it to open its doors. Once inside, dollar bill or mess of loose change clutched in our hot little hands, we’d agonize over the day’s selection of treats, novelties and minor treasures. Today, Tuck, located at 115 Prince William Street in the heart of Saint John, features the finest in affordable furniture and decor by some of the world’s most respected manufacturers – our grown up version of those first and formative ‘tuck’ canteen experiences.

Tuck: Our Amazing Team

Whether it’s finding the perfect sofa, light, vase or cushion in our downtown studio or providing you with a room makeover or complete renovation, Tuck or Tuck Interiors are committed to helping you re-imagine your space!

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  • From May 21st – 31st save $100 for every $500 spent on EQ3 products at Tuck! This promotion is the perfect opportunity to update your home with custom Canadian made upholstery, beautifully designed case goods, and gorgeous home decor & accessories. Available exclusively at Tuck in New Brunswick....

  • We’re pleased to announce that the individual pieces from Christiana Myers’ Landmark Collection are now available for purchase! This series of silkscreen illustrations celebrate some of Uptown Saint John’s most recognizable landmarks—both past and present. Whether you’ve been a Johnner your whole life or are new in town, you’re likely to recognize most, if not all, of these sights. The series includes Trinity Church, the King’s Square Bandstand, Saint John’s Cenotaph, the Loyalist Burial Ground Beaver Fountain, the now demolished Gothic Arches Church, and finally Tuck’s home, the Old Post Office Building. Whether you collect all six or just one, the hope is that these prints will be reminders of the art, architecture, and character that make Saint John so special....

  • This series of silkscreen illustrations celebrate some of Uptown Saint John’s most recognizable landmarks—both past and present. Whether you’ve been a Johnner your whole life or are new in town, you’re likely to recognize most, if not all, of these sights. The series includes Trinity Church, the King’s Square Bandstand, Saint John’s Cenotaph, the Loyalist Burial Ground Beaver Fountain, the now demolished Gothic Arches Church, and finally Tuck’s home, the Old Post Office Building. Whether you collect all six or just one, the hope is that these prints will be reminders of the art, architecture, and character that make Saint John so special....

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