Banff lies in southwestern Alberta, Canada. The quaint town was named by George Stephen, First Baron Mount Stephen and president of the Canadian Pacific Railway, recalling his birthplace in Banff, Scotland. The area developed with the 1885 establishment of Banff National Park, located along the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The park is known for its stunning views, diverse animal and plant population and gorgeous alpine lakes – most notably the breathtaking Lake Louise and Moraine Lake. Today, Banff is a year-round tourist destination popular for its hot springs, active glaciers, skiing facilities and museums. Capture the beauty of Banff in your abode with these three pieces.

Bruckner Coffee Table

The clean lines of this rubberwood and solid-oak coffee table add a rustic, ski lodge-style flair to any cozy living room. $1,199, available at Ethan Allen (

Talitha Console Cabinet

The dramatic metal façade of this cabinet recalls the natural stone and magnificent views found in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. $2,500, available at Jonathan Adler ( )

Wall Art

Recapture the soothing sights of Banff, from crystal-clear lakes to rolling mountains, with this serene art, finished in champagne silver leaf. $284, available at Wilson Lighting (

Sarah is an editorial intern for Feast Magazine and Ladue News.

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