PREMIERE SUITES ATLANTIC IS EXCITED TO SHINE OUR HOLIDAY SPOTLIGHT on ATTICA FURNISHINGS
Attica Furnishings Ltd, an innovative shop in Halifax, Nova Scotia, features modern furniture and accessories by local and international artists and designers. From upholstered and leather sofas, to solid maple dining sets and creative lighting, Attica offers clients a unique selection of manufactured and handmade items.
Attica was created in 1995 by Christopher Joyce and Suzanne Saul. With Bachelor of Fine Art degrees from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, both Chris and Suzanne bring a contemporary, clean-lined sophistication to their decorative work. Chris, an award-winning furniture designer, creates one-of-a-kind and limited edition works out of steel and other materials.
A peek at some of Christopher's beautiful artwork & designs
Premiere Suites has been working closely with Attica, and owner Suzanne Saul, for close to a decade and we attribute much our design success to this mutually beneficial relationship built on respect and common vision. Suzanne delivers excellent and timely custom client service, and strives to always work within a defined budget. When Attica launched their flagship store on Barrington Street many years ago, it helped to revitalize the area that was in much need of some new life. Driven to success, Attica expanded into all four floors of the building and made Barrington Street a destination to shop for home, office and commercial space.
Attica strives to feature a wide range of furniture and décor items in all price points to ensure there is something for everyone. Now 10 years later they have just relocated to a larger store on Robie, near Young Street to best service the growing demand from their wide range of community clients.
PREMIERE SUITE that features ATTICA FURNISHINGS and designs
Suzanne has previously served on the Board of Directors of the Downtown Halifax Business Commission and the NSCAD Alumni Association. She is co-founder of a charity event called Dine By Design East which raised over $60000 for NSCAD student scholarships.