The Art of Comfort
Ours is a story of pride, passion and pursuit of pure satisfaction. With our mission to produce finely crafted designer furniture for the home, we strive to be leaders in the furniture marketplace.
Quality is our practice but keeping that quality in customers hands lies in our vision to stay affordable. As a leading manufacturer of upholstered furniture in Canada and Western United States we operate modern facilities and set new trends in the market. Combining our expertise of interior design, foam, lumber, fabrics and upholstery we can maintain high standards in style and product.
We love to listen and have over 25 years of experience taking care of our customers. Generosity is paramount to our level of service. We provide the power of choice with our grand selections of rich fabrics, cutting edge furniture designs and custom options.
We do our best to be the masters of the art of comfort in our industry. As a hard working and knowledgeable team we consider how our products fit into each customers lifestyle and home from the beginning. Our designers marry style and comfort by giving attention to stain resistant fabrics, apartment and condo sizing, modern lines and contemporary colors.
Van Gogh Designs currently occupies over 100,000 square feet of state of the art manufacturing facilities. The manufacturing process cuts no corners, and each piece is meticulously inspected for quality control. The frame construction is of engineered hardwood and kiln dried hardwoods, eight-gauge sinuous wire springs are used for seating, and all foam is high resiliency to ensure comfort and longevity. Seating can also be provided in feather as well. It is with this solid know-how in the fine details that make Van Goghs manufacturing facilities well equipped to craft innovative designer furniture.
Home grown, Van Gogh Designs is proud of its British Columbia roots offering locally designed and locally made furniture.
Van Gogh Designs knows there is an art to designing comfort for your home and has made every effort to be the masters in "The Art of Comfort."