With the countdown to the holidays on we are all about decorating our trees. Urban Barn is the best place to head to decorate your tree from top to bottom, and we have the ornamanets you must have on your tree this year!
The best part is they make awesome house warming gifts also!
Ornaments range from $8-$15 dollars are available in the Roxboro location, while quantities last! So hurry down.
We can’t wait to bring these amazing ornaments as house warming gifts, and just have them on our own tree!
Now let’s get to know the team behind Roxboro Urban Barn a bit better! We recently sat down with Kelly, The Manager and asked her all our must know questions!
How long has Urban Barn operated on 4th Street?
Kelly: Since 2008
What was the inspiration behind the start of Urbarn Barn?
Kelly: You can read all about our story – link HERE.
Something we might not know about Urban Barn?
Kelly: We are a Canadian company from Burnaby. We follow fashion trends and translate it to color stories in our home décor, textiles and accents. Just like the fashion launches each season, Urban Barn does as well.
That is really cool! I love that it’s always new and exciting when we come in here. Okay, one fun fact?
Kelly: All of our custom furniture is made in Canada. It feels great to support Canadian businesses.
That’s amazing! So shopping local really has a whole new meaning with Urban Barn. What you love most about 4th Street?
Kelly: The vibe. It is a feel good place to be. Doesn’t matter if you are 16 or 60, there is something interesting to do or see on 4th Street. And all the puppy’s that come in to visit us. (I think they come for the treats, not us)
and….Your one guilty pleasure?
Kelly: Savour Coffee. Its hard to start the day without one.
Yes! And we always love to read their fun sandwich board quotes.
Last but not least, favourite winter home accessory?
Kelly: The Chinchilla faux fur throw blanket. There’s nothing better then curling up with the blanket and hot chocolate watching the snow outside.
We couldn’t agree more!
Photography by Olivia George.