Five years ago, Tuck started as a small studio on Level Zero of my home, a thoughtful, architect-designed space that welcomed friends, family and a list of clients that steadily grew into a loyal following. So much so, it had to expand.
Over the last four years, a community of supporters has grown around Tuck. We are touched by, and fiercely proud of, the way our hometown of Saint John, New Brunswick, has embraced us and helped spread the word to clients across Canada (and the USA). Together, you have welcomed us into your kitchens, your offices, your family businesses, your restaurants and even your nurseries.
It’s a privilege to be part of your transformations.
It’s because of your trust, enthusiasm, and support that we’ve been able to expand Tuck into a brand new space in downtown Saint John. Here on Prince William Street, in the historic Trinity Royal district, we’re surrounded by stunning architectural details, part of an urban geography that tells the story of our region and some of our country’s most talented business and creative minds. Simply put, we can’t imagine a better place to be.
So come visit us. Please browse and be inspired. And while you’re here, feel free to discuss your design plans with our team or arrange to meet with us for a design consultation.
It’s that simple.
We’re committed to bringing you the best in both national and international design. That’s why we’ve built exclusive brand partnerships with Canadian design heavyweights like Gus* Modern and EQ3, and Umbra Shift, products you literally can’t find anywhere else in the province.
We’re also the exclusive New Brunswick importer of a selection of incredible international designers from places like Iceland and Scandinavia. And of course we also feature the product of any number of unique Canadian designers.
As part of our commitment to the role original fine art and craft should play in our lives, we represent a small group of artists and craftpersons whose work we’re sure you’ll love as much as we do.
Ceramists: Darren Emenau, Alison Gayton. Visual Artists: Robert Moore, Suzanne Hill, Pamela Marie Pierce, Chris Lloyd, Ryan Livingstone, Christiana Myers to name just a few.