Events Photo Credit: Joshua McVeity IN PHOTOS: Behind-the-Scenes at Ann Sacks Vancouver Launch Party
The high-end stone and tile retailer hailing from Portland, Oregon throws a party for its first Canadian showroom in Vancouver’s Armoury District.
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The luxury tile retailer
Ann Sacks staged a housewarming party Wednesday to celebrate the official launch of its first Canadian showroom, and loads of local industry folk—including interior designers Robert Bailey and Kelly Deck—came out to celebrate.
Ann Sacks Vancouver, 1616 West 2nd Ave., Vancouver. Open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. annsacks.com Left: Local interior designer Kelly Deck and Western Living Editor-in-Chief Anicka Quin were among the stylish set that attended the Ann Sacks opening. Right: Ann Sacks showroom manager Ayse Ozturk and product development director DeeDee Gundberg welcomed guests.
Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Ann Sacks president Ted Chappell and regional manager Kaycee McNeff opened their Vancouver showroom in grand fashion.
East India Carpets Ravi Sidhoo and Kohler president Ronald Pace were among luminaries making the scene.
Nexus designers Katherine Gordon and Alana Archer raised a glass to the design district’s newest neighbour.
From left: Designers H Jay Brooks, Victoria Lloyd, Robert Bailey and Cynthia Penner.
Left: Brougham Interiors owner Rex Panther and interior designer Beth Thompson. Right: Livingspace Interiors principal Ross Bonetti attended the red carpet affair.
Franco Peta, director, Glossed Up, and Earl Lawson, president, V6B Design Group were among designers, architects, builders and design professionals in the room for the official launch.
Left: Mary Watson from Metropolitan Home and Rosemarie Matthews from Hy-Line Sales Ltd checked out the new showroom as well as the beautiful tiles and stones. Right: Bradford Decorative Hardware principal Wes Zeller and marketing director Simone Greenwood attended the opener staged in Vancouver’s Amoury District.