EQ3 was founded in 2001 by Peter Tielmann, President & CEO of Palliser Furniture, EQ3’s parent company. Peter’s vision was to build on the Palliser tradition of quality craftsmanship, attention to detail and customization through clean, modern designs.
Proudly Canadian, EQ3 has headquarters in Winnipeg with retail locations in Alberta, Manitoba, British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec in cities such as Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Ottawa and Quebec. At the EQ3 headquarters, almost every step of the furniture creation process is done under one roof, from the initial design sketch, to production where an upholsterer performs the finishing touches. Every product that comes off of the EQ3 production line has been crafted with care by many skilled hands along the way, using the very best materials.
When you visit an EQ3 location, you get more than just a great selection of furniture and home accessories. You can also receive design advice from EQ3 design experts.
If you’d like a virtual, in-home or in-store consultation, it’s absolutely free.
EQ3’s complimentary design services provide you with an expert who can guide you through the process of selecting the right pieces for your existing décor, as well as your lifestyle. And it doesn’t matter how much you are spending or what you are considering as a purchase. If you are struggling with which pendant light to hang in your dining room, EQ3 can help. Their staff are not happy unless their Customers are happy. It’s as simple as that.
Wondering where the nearest EQ3 is to you? You’ll find store locations and hours on this Kimbino.ca website. EQ3 is in the Furniture category. Bookmark this page so you can always refer back to it when you want to see the latest promotions.
If you’d like more information on the products and services that EQ3 offers, feel free to visit their website eq3.com. If, for some reason, you don’t find what you’re looking for in the eq3 catalogue, you can check similar shops such as IKEA, JYSK, Linen Chest, Structube, Tepperman's, The Brick, Urban Barn, Wayfair and West Elm.