A Gift for Everyone!

Upstairs Downstairs

Sechelt’s premiere shop for unique gifts, kitchen goods, trendy tableware, and gorgeous home décor – Upstairs Downstairs is located in Trail Bay Centre. They carry product lines that are chosen with the Sunshine Coast in mind and are known for carefully selected gift and home décor items, candles, and table linens, as well as a broad range of kitchen décor, cookware, and gadgets.

Along with many recognized bath accessory lines, Upstairs Downstairs carries Allure towels from Turkey in a wide range of designer colours. The various lines of hard milled soaps, including Michel Design Works from England, European Soap from France, and US Beekman Goat Milk soaps are certain to please with quality and fragrance.

In business since 1979, Upstairs Downstairs offers exciting decorating ideas for both everyday and special occasions. Knowledgeable staff will help you find the perfect gift and greeting card for every occasion.

Bridal registry, special order service, gift-wrapping, gift certificates, and layaway plans are available.

Up/Down – It’s all you need!



11-5755 Cowrie St


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