When you walk into Beige, you feel like you’ve walked into the most stylish country house in the Laurentians. Michael Stratulak, owner and founder of Beige, has a unique style that has spilled out into the homes of Montreal’s coolest and most fashion-forward young professionals. Beige is a must stop shop for unique home décor that adds personality to your home while staying in the realm of affordable living.
Stratulak’s boutique stores house furniture, candles, soaps, and textiles that will warm up anybody’s home, and strive to source as much local material as possible. Montreal’s finest artisans are employed for all of the furniture and custom reupholstering jobs. You can find a bevy of stylish art pieces at Beige like a series of collectable plaques from notable Vancouver artist Sid Dickens ($76 each). Pieces like these are ideal for injecting some extra flavour into a bathroom or hallway.
This Montreal source of stylish home décor offers a number of interior design services ranging from colour consultation to space planning, reasonably priced at just $75 an hour. For the young professional with refined personal tastes, Beige also designs and creates custom upholstery pieces, drapery, shades, and bed linens. This boutique makes having a notable pad virtually effortless.
The entire concept of Beige is to be timeless, classy, and elegantly simple. Stratulak says that when people come into his store they are instantly inspired. The reclaimed wood and natural materials give the lamps and linens a peaceful and organic feel ideally suited to a young professional’s burgeoning space.
For the complete experience, hire Michael to design a room for you and you will no doubt find yourself retreating home after work to your own personal haven for some much needed R&R. Beige Style, 2475 Notre Dame West, Montreal.