Teddy Boy Country Wares & Decor
Make your house a home with Teddy Boy Country Wares & Decor. Discover a wide selection of country-rustic indoor and outdoor decor and giftware.
The sky is the limit; outfit your space with fantastic soy candles, lighting, braided rugs, linens, custom wood signs and furniture, bath products, essential oils and diffusers, frames, clocks, pillows and more.
All items are made in Canada, with a heavy focus on local communities where possible. Natural scents and ingredients make up many of the product lines, an important factor in today’s predominantly chemical-laden market.
Take home fantastic pottery, made right in B.C., or soak in the bath filled with Bee By The Sea therapeutic bath products. The profound list of amazing companies showcased throughout the store makes for a unique and exciting shopping experience.
As a well-deserved recognition, Teddy Boy Country Wares & Decor took home first place for People’s Choice best gift store 2017. This eclectic store has something for everyone and the knowledgeable service to back it up.
The space is even home to artisan workshops, offering a fully-equipped kitchen and lounge access to host your creative craft-project event. Learn a new skill, and have fun doing it all at the same time.
Take a trip over to Teddy Boy Country Wares & Decor. See the difference that quality items make in transforming your space.
Meet Arla Jackman
Meet Arla Jackman
Arla Jackman has the firm belief that life should be wonderfully natural. With a world so full of chemicals at every turn, people need a refuge from the constant intrusion. “There’s a beautiful balance to science and nature,” says Arla, who loves educating herself on the benefits of health products. She is happy to share her knowledge for those who are interested.
Initially based out of her home, Teddy Boy Country Wares & Decor was incorporated in 2013. The name Teddy Boy was derived from her late brother, Ted, and serves as a fond memory of his legacy. Even the heritage building that the shop resides in is a nostalgic reminder of Arla’s childhood. Formally a corner store, Arla and her brothers frequently rode their bikes there.
Fort St. John will always be home for Arla. It’s the people that keep her there. She describes the community as one of the friendliest towns she’s even been to. The tides are changing and new cultures bring in a wonderful mix of exciting experiences. She loves hearing the stories of residents and tourists alike. “Fort St. John has a feeling. Experience the beauty of the people,” exclaims Arla.