GOODS: Aloe Designs Hosting Yard Sale In Support Of “Richmond Schoolyard Society”

June 28, 2013.
Aloe Designs is located at 1443 East Pender Street in Vancouver, BC | 604.568.7324 | www.aloedesigns.com
Aloe Designs is located at 1443 East Pender Street in Vancouver, BC | 604.568.7324 | www.aloedesigns.com

The GOODS from Aloe Designs

Vancouver, BC | It’s summer! Time for sun, sand, and sailin’. Yard sailing, that is. The folks at Aloe Designs love a good yard sale they can’t spot one without dropping everything to pop in, and July 13 they’re hauling out the lawn signs and setting up the refreshments stand as part of their ongoing effort to support the Richmond Schoolyard Society.

The garden-themed yard sale – a garden shed sale, if you will – features treasures including gardening books, hand and power tools, outdoor furniture, lawn toys, and decorative accessories. You never know: perhaps you’ll find just what you need to create an outdoor living space you love. Proceeds from the sale help the Richmond Schoolyard Society teach children about gardening and where their food comes from. Got something to donate? Great! Please contact us prior to the sale to arrange for drop-off.

It’s a yard sale!

WHAT: Garden antiques/ outdoor furniture/containers/ tools and garden equipment and much much more

WHEN: Saturday, July 13 from10:00 a.m-2:00 p.m.

WHERE: The Aloe Designs Studio: 1443 East Pender Street, Vancouver

Rain or shine! No early birds, please. Check the Aloe Designs blog- nestingjournal.com closer to the sale date for more info. (We can tell you this, however: there will most definitely be lemonade.)

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1443 East Pender Street | Vancouver, BC V5L 1V7
Telephone: 604.568.7324 | Email: info@aloedesigns.com
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About The Business

Quite simply, we believe that design matters. That good design can improve lives, cultivate community, and better our environment. Optimistic, perhaps, but it’s why we do what we do.

Aloe Designs helps our clients achieve outdoor living bliss. Yes, we said bliss. Working collaboratively with our clients, we convert boring backyards and problematic patios into outdoor living spaces that are easy to love and hard to leave.

We are a full-service landscape design group with a modern take on garden making, from initial consultation through design and installation. Throughout the process we are committed to using organic, sustainable resources and sourcing locally crafted goods. It’s all part of our vision of creating beautiful garden spaces that reflect our clients’ needs, personalities, and preferences— all while leaving the world a little bit better than we found it.

Move outdoors. Live outside

Key People

Caitlin Black – Partner / Landscape Design Consultant
Owen Black – Partner / Landscape Professional
Matt Kilburn – Landscape Designer

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For more information or to discuss an upcoming project please contact us via email at info@aloedesigns.com or by phone at 604.568.7324.

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