11 Great Home Photoshoot Ideas in Vancouver
Vancouver is one of the most photographed cities in the world. Everywhere you look, you can find something stunning and worthy of capturing with a snapshot. And if you’re looking for home photoshoot ideas in Vancouver to capture all the comforts of a real home without the clutter, Peerspace has your back.
With the launch of Peerspace in Canada, you can find photogenic venues all over the city easier than ever before. That’s why we’ve rounded up this list of homey venues in all shapes and sizes that are perfect for your next big photoshoot. Want to know the best part? You can book every one of these listings directly on Peerspace with no fuss! Let’s dive into this list overflowing with domestic bliss.
1. Drop jaws at this elegant chateau in Richmond
Looking for home photoshoot ideas in Vancouver that go beyond the usual mundane spaces and cramped quarters? This one-of-a-kind mansion has plenty of space for you to spread out—more than 3,500 square feet, in fact. The elegant spiral staircase in the foyer is the star of the show here. It’s the perfect way to add a luxurious touch to your photos no matter what vibe you’re going for.
2. Capture plenty of character at a bright two-story loft
Originally built in 1927, this two-story apartment exudes cozy character and welcoming vibes. Decorated with Scandinavian-influenced furniture and minimalist design choices, the apartment contains two bedrooms (one with a skylight!), a spacious living room, a bathroom, and a kitchen complete with an adorable breakfast nook that provides all the homey charm you’re looking for.
3. Take a trip to Europe at this Nordic-inspired home
For fans of all things European and modern, this newly-constructed 1,500-square-foot home in Dunbar-Southlands brings a taste of overseas charm to the Pacific Northwest. The home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a modern kitchen, and a cozy living room decorated with comfort in mind. There’s also an outdoor patio with plenty of sunlight in case you want to take your photoshoot outside.
4. Live it up at this all-white penthouse suite
For photographers who savor the finer things in life, this penthouse in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside exudes an elegant feel for home photoshoots. All-white décor and an open-concept living room provide an airy atmosphere to photos shot here. There’s also a spacious outdoor patio with a seating area overlooking the city where you can capture shots of the city skyline in your pics.
5. Feel cozy at this Kerrisdale family home
Originally built in 1910, this character home is still in fabulous condition in the 21st century. Natural light abounds in the 2,500-square-foot interior, which is decorated with comfortable contemporary furniture and all the comforts of a modern Vancouver home.
There are four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a kitchen, a living room, a formal dining room, and an outdoor space for you to choose from for your photoshoot, making this one of the most roomy venues on our list.
6. Balance urban and rustic style at a mountain view apartment
Looking for home photoshoot ideas in Vancouver with a mountain view? This urban apartment at Arbutus Ridge offers stunning views of the countryside that both you and your camera will adore. The apartment’s décor is a blend of modern and rustic styles, with a full kitchen, living room, and dining area having the best views of the countryside. Book it for whatever photoshoot your heart desires, and check out more photos on the apartment’s Peerspace listing.
7. Sit in the lap of luxury at this unique penthouse
This eighth-floor luxury penthouse is one of our finest offerings for photographers who adore all that glitters. The 1,250-square-foot interior features a neutral color palette with a luxurious and airy vibe that anyone could get used to. Feel free to make yourself at home in the open-concept living room while you snap your masterpieces, or head outside on the patio or roof areas to snap stunning views of Vancouver’s skyline.
8. Hang your hat in the jungle at the loft garden apartment
One of the most popular photoshoot venues in the city, this verdant apartment is set up as a work-live studio fit for jungle royalty. The loft boasts nearly 200 plants, comfortable leather and wicker furniture, a snug loft with a bed, and plenty of homey touches that give the space a cozy, intimate vibe where you can feel right at home. Book this loft today on Peerspace.
9. Live like a true artist at this Mount Pleasant loft
Want to bring your creative vision to life at an apartment fit for one of Vancouver’s finest artists? This one-of-a-kind loft in Mount Pleasant is bursting with artistic touches that make this one of our most unique home photoshoot ideas in Vancouver. This open-concept apartment features a bold mural, handmade art pieces, and cozy furnishings just waiting for you and your camera. Check out photos of the full apartment on Peerspace today.
10. Capture bright and beautiful photos at this open heritage studio
If you love a blend of modern and historical styles in your photos, this Northern Vancouver studio is exactly the space you’re looking for. Originally constructed in 1910, this heritage studio features 12-foot ceilings, original hardwood flooring, and generous south-facing windows that fill the whole space with light all year long.
A neutral color palette and authentic staging give the studio an authentic lived-in feeling. All that warmth and hominess is sure to cross over into your photos!
11. Let the light in at a cozy industrial apartment
Cozy and inviting is the name of the game at this industrial apartment in the heart of historic Gastown. A work-live space located inside an apartment building, the studio features a rustic brick wall, cozy leather sofa, exposed timber beams, and warm string lights to fill the space with homey charm.
The studio space also comes with a set of backdrops in case you want to shoot more traditional shots during your intimate home photoshoot. You’ll truly have the best of both worlds here! And, as always, you can learn more and book your session directly on Peerspace.