In-Store Finds

Come empty-handed, leave inspired.
Our commitment is to providing unique, interesting items at Trouvelle. This page represents the types of luxury goods for home and travel that you could find in store. Visit us at 620 Richmond St to find the perfect treasure for you.

A Medley of Christmas Accessories

John Sheppard is a New York City-based ceramic artist whose work is characterized by clean geometric shapes inspired by a range of influences, including nature, Brutalism, Richard Serra, Art Deco, and outer space. He forms and finishes each object by hand, ensuring layers of depth and texture, and often embracing irregularities rather than disguising them. The end result is a collection that feels of-the-moment, yet timeless.

Jonathan Adler is an iconic potter, designer, author, and personality. Adler launched his first ceramic collection in 1993 at Barneys New York. Adler is a decorator of many styles, yet the look and feel that he brings to interiors can be best described as “happy and chic”

Whimsical designs hand knit by women in the Andes of Peru. Items for Melange are created under the Fair Trade guidelines.

John Derian Company Inc. was established in 1989. John’s decoupage is handmade in his studio in New York City, where he employs a small staff of artisans to assist with production.

Originating in 1953 Missoni Home is one of the most successful luxury homeware brands around today. They provide colour and design savvy products to make your home an expression of you.

Bottle Vases by Foekje Fleur van Duin
In the “Bottle” series, trash from the canals of Rotterdam, Holland is redefined as something worth keeping. Ordinary objects intended for the trash transform into art and a philosophical debate ensues: what meaning can we ascribe to objects that were meant to have none?

Originated in 2002, Baobab Collection is inspired by far away places and wild nature.
This Belgium brand stays true to its craftmenship and excellence with European expertise.
All candles are made with mineral wax, handblown glass from Poland, leathers from Italy, scents created in Grasse and all hand poured.

Nambé provides a sleek take on dinnerware and home decor with the use of intermixing metals and wood together.
Esteemed designers develop the products to be functional and stylish.
Nambé has won numerous awards for their excellence in design over the years.

Nest is a New York based candle store known for their complex fragrances, high quality, luxurious formulas and exceptionally beautiful packaging.

Founded in 1975, TUMI takes its name from a Peruvian icon which many people hang on their walls for good luck. In the 1980’s TUMI’s soft, ultra-functional, black-on-black ballistic nylon travel bags were widely received and have contributed to the company’s success. The newest line is Latitude.

Stiliani Ceramica are collections of beautiful objects for the home, functional sculptures and architectural wares formed by Stiliani Moulinos. Born in Greece, Stiliani’s work is influenced by nature and architecture – the past and the present. This intersection of influences continued as she studied Fine Arts with a Concentration in Ceramics at SUNY New Paltz, learning the ancient process of wood firing and modern production. The duality of influences and practice continue to be expressed through her works.

Bold and eclectic are what Carola Van Dyke strives for.
Bringing a cottage feel to any place, they won’t disappoint anyone looking to add personality to their space.