“Spring on Prince William” Save the Date: This Saturday, April 7th, our Spring Launch is happening from 10-5pm!

Wallpaper: Cole & Son Miami Wallpaper (top), Cole & Son Prism Wallpaper (middle)
Featuring: Gus* Modern Atwood Bisectional – Parliament Moss, Gus* Modern Wireframe Coffee Table (black)



Plan to join us on Saturday, April 7th at 10:00 a.m. when we officially launch Spring on Prince William! Our store will be transformed to showcase, among other delights: a beautiful new selection of wallpapers from Cole & Son (paying tribute to palm leaves, Miami, geometric shapes, and enigmatic animal travellers strolling the jungle; our own version of Spring with “Vine,” a lush installation of hundreds of vines, succulents and bistro style lighting in our front window; new artwork by Chris Lloyd, Suzanne Hill and Pamela Marie Pierce.

Pamela Marie Pierce – “Walking on Sunshine” 11×14 Ink & Watercolour on panel 

Chris Lloyd – “Pipe Dream”
Acrylic on wood panel, 36”x24”

Suzanne Hill – “Gangster” Mixed media collage 13.5” x 13.5” 

Mimosas and a DJ anyone?

In sum, there’ll be new furnishings, textiles, art, lights, and décor too numerous to list here!  And if that doesn’t put a bit of spring in your step, our complementary mimosas, together with the musical stylings of our newest team member Craig Morris (aka Mr. Morris) who’ll be DJing throughout the day, definitely will!


Meet Our Newest Team Member!

Craig: “After working in the fashion industry for over 15yrs, and moving back to Saint John with my family; I have grown far more interested in my surrounding environments than the clothes on my back. So this move to Tuck feels like a natural progression. I spend a lot of my free time scouring for new and old music. My daughter has incredible rhythm; I am constantly in awe of her ability to recognize a good beat. To me, a well-designed space should always have a well-curated soundtrack to match.”


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