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Seven Home Décor Stores To Visit in Quebec City

Are you always on the lookout for original design pieces to furnish your home? Then you should head over to Quebec City to find your next favourite piece of home décor. Rachel Garon, general manager of the Hotel Alt Quebec and Sarah Côté, general manager of Le Germain Hotel Québec, two great lovers of home décor, art and great shopping finds, share with you their best addresses in town.

Must Société
2785, Boulevard Laurier
1215, Boulevard Charest Ouest

Must

Design and decoration go hand in hand in the Must Société boutiques. Whether you are looking for a quality piece of furniture for the living room, the kitchen or the bedroom, or just a little accessory that will bring a touch of je-ne-sais-quoi to your home, you are sure to find something there to meet your decorative needs. Have a look at Prune les fleurs, a florist located right into the store, to find the most sumptuous bouquets to give or to keep for yourself. Because fresh flowers are the prettiest decorative pieces, right?


L’usine
2600, Boulevard Laurier

l'Usine

This place is the ultimate favourite of Rachel Garon! L’Usine is the perfect place to find furniture and accessories with a very trendy industrial look with a definitive wow-factor. We love the terrazzo vases, the geometric sculptures with pure lines, the cotton velvet cushions and the fantastic side tables in natural marble.

Au Loft
2450, Boulevard Laurier

Softness, exoticism, comfort. Au Loft offers furniture and decorative items from around the world that will bring a lot of warmth and refinement to your home. Fall for the Belgian linen table cloths, the Peruvian alpaca wool throws as well as the incredible rugs handwoven in India, all pieces of an impressive quality and delicately original.

Artisans Canada
30, Côte de la Fabrique

Artisans

When you ask us for a suggestion of a store to visit in Old Quebec, it is always this one that we will recommend to you. Discover the best of Canadian craftsmanship in this eclectic boutique where you'll find everything from home items to clothing and accessories for the whole family. This is the ideal place to buy a unique gift. Have a look at their fine selection of artisanal soy candles, the superb merino wool tartan blankets from Cape Breton or the decorative paddles from Onquata, handmade in Wendake.

Accro Cuisine
273, St-Joseph Est

For kitchen accessories and artisanal cooking products, Accro Cuisine is the place to go! Find crockery and cutlery sets, cookware and pots of all kinds, in addition to stocking your pantry with Quebec and imported products of various kinds: spices, chocolate, coffee, sauces, jams. Spreads and more.

Librairie Pantoute
1100, rue Saint-Jean
286, rue Saint-Joseph Est

Librairie Pantoute

We strongly believe that a pretty book is made to be displayed like a decorative object (you might have noticed when stepping in one of our hotel lobbies!). Fill your library with novels or leave a splendid table book lying around in the bedroom or living room. Don’t be afraid to showcase them as you would for a vase, a sculpture or a frame!

Did you know that Quebec is a certified Unesco literary city? This is a title given to cities around the world that valorize their creativity and their rich literary life. Therefore, Sarah Côté suggests a visit to the Maison de la littérature followed by a stop at Pantoute, where passionate booksellers will be able to guide you in your purchases.

Simons Maison
2450, Boulevard Laurier
20, Côte de la Fabrique

Maison Simons

The Simons Maison collections are timeless essentials when it comes to decorating your home. It is the perfect compromise between quality and a good price, originality and sophistication, local and international brands. While you are there, take the opportunity to discover the Le Germain Hôtels collection of premium bedding, luxurious bath towels and loungewear clothing range. Bring the comfort of our hotels to your home with our exclusive pieces.

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Virginie LandrySeptember 16th, 2021
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