Home Outfitters

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Home Outfitters
Type Division
Industry Home Decor Chain
Founded 1999
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario
Number of locations 69
Area served Canada
Products Housewares, small appliances, bath accessories, bedding, furniture, home decor.
Owners NRDC Equity Partners
Parent Hudson's Bay Company
Website http://www.homeoutfitters.com

Home Outfitters (known as Déco Découverte in Quebec)[1] is Canada's largest kitchen, bed, and bath superstore, with 69 stores across the country selling bedding, towels, housewares, and other home accessories.

Home Outfitters sells products from major brands including GlucksteinHome, Steven & Chris, Vera Wang, Cuisinart, Simplehuman, Dyson, and KitchenAid.[2]

Home Outfitters stores are generally found in open-air shopping centres, in contrast to sister chains Hudson's Bay and Zellers which are usually located in enclosed malls. The average Home Outfitters store size is 34,000 square feet (3,200 m2).

In July 2014 parent company Hudson's Bay announced they would be shuttering two Home Outfitters locations, in Mississauga and Abbotsford, in January 2015. This move was made as the company "focuses on making more of its products available online".


Home Outfitters operates 69 stores in mostly urban centers across most of Canada:

  • Alberta - Calgary (5 Locations), Edmonton (3 Locations), Spruce Grove
  • British Columbia - Victoria, Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Richmond, Abbotsford (Closing), Port Coquitlam, Langley, Kelowna, Nanaimo
  • Manitoba - Winnipeg
  • Nova Scotia - Halifax
  • Ontario - North York (2 Locations), Etobicoke, Vaughan, Concord, Scarborough, Kanata, Orleans, Mississauga (Closing), Gloucester, Ottawa, Thunder Bay, Guelph
  • Quebec - Quebec City, Montreal
  • Saskatchewan - Saskatoon, Regina
Home Outfitters Store
Déco Découverte in Quebec


  1. ^ Déco Découverte Website
  2. ^ Home Outfitters Website

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