A little late

Monday, January 19, 2015




I guess January 19 is a little late for a holiday recap but better late than never.
Santa was a huge success this year. we raised over 1000.00 $ for the Vancouver Food bank!  It was a very impressive turnout and my favourite was seeing all the new babies in the neighbourhood bundled up for their first visit with Santa. People brought their pets, their parents, their friends and Olaf was there to make sure they all received big huge hugs. Thank you everyone for an amazing 2014!


photo No.1 | Niki Inglis
photo No. 2 | unknown

Last minute ideas

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Panoramic coffee 16.00
Woodlot travel candle  22.00

Hand blown cocktail set  $170.00
Scrappy's bitters sample set  $17.95

silk slip $110.00
House of Hudson silver ring $50.00

Beef Jerky stocking stuffer  $15.00


some beauty.

photographs | Klee Hannah

Gift Guide no.2

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Olive Wood Stars | Samina Langholz, Tuscany  $35.00-55.00

Hand Blown Borosilicate Glass pitcher | Malfatti Glass, Beacon N.Y  $54.00

Virgin Wool Blankets | Mexico  $95.00

Event Coverage: 4 Year Anniversary & Winter Shop Opening

Friday, December 5, 2014



Above are some beautiful moments captured during Marché's 4th birthday. Janaki wrote some beautiful sentiments, which you can read here if you missed them. The Winter Shop is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until Christmas 10am - 6pm and by appointment during the week.

Photographs and words by Luis Valdizon

Event Coverage: Bon Hiver



Marché hosts the kind of events that make your heart simply ache upon arrival, knowing full well the enchantment that they create is truly infinite. Bon Hiver—an evening in collaboration with the good people of The Curious Oyster and Racine wines surely attested to this. Walking out of the cold and up the stairs into the cozy, rustic and humbly luxurious apartments… the lovely aroma of Woodlot candles that filled the air… and depending on if you went left or right, the sweet smell would either continue through the winter pop up preview, or your nose would be induced and lured toward the fragrant sausages and other delicacies set out for guests to enjoy.

As the evening progressed, the upper floor filled with more and more handsome attendees—which can be attributed to Marché’s way of diverse groups of people, or the copious amounts of wine served. And like a well written story, the night ended in the most picturesque way—with the very first magical snowfall of the season. It was if the sky had been taken aback by the beautiful evening filled with laughter, inspired conversation and fun itself, and had blessed the final moments of Bon Hiver with its most precious gift.

Photographs and words by Luis Valdizon