What We Do

At Innit we specialize in contemporary steel and vinyl (PVC) furnishings that will give your interiors some serious design cred. We manufacture modern designs by hand and export to our wholesale, retail and commercial clients around the world with drop-shipping service within North America.  We are known mostly for our production pieces, including the Acapulco chair, which we are proud to have introduced to the USA, Canada and beyond and watch become a international classic.  We are also the perfect contract resource for all things vinyl and steel.  From chairs, love seats, ottomans, loungers and tables to luggage stands, coat trees, purse perches, sculpture and architectural pieces.  In fact, if you have a design, we can weld it, weave it and make it cool. We are based in Toronto and have factories and warehouses in Toronto, New York, California and Mexico City, and we continue to make our prototypes and get lots of inspiration from where it all started, in Puerto Escondido, Mexico.

How It All Started

Paul Yacht, the founder and principal of Innit got his start in the world of design by working as a set decorator in Toronto’s busy film industry. 

Fast forward to 2002, when Paul decided to follow his dreams and head south to Puerto Escondido, Mexico to kick back and learn how to surf. For fun and to make enough cash for a rustically opulent life on the beach, he opened a beachside bookstore/cinema/surf-shop/bar and used Acapulco Chairs as cinema seating and lounge chairs for the bookstore.

The decision to use these retro classics was obvious. They’re cool, comfortable, versatile, unique, and easy to hose down when soda or cerveza spilled (the popcorn dropped right through). After fielding requests from all over the world for these chairs he decided to perfect the design and export them to Canada and the USA. And so Innit was born.

In 2011, as the business grew, Innit moved north of the Rio Grande and is now manufacturing in Toronto and Los Angeles, with its head office located in Toronto. 

Paul works from the beach and continues to surf as often as possible…

PJ's (Paul's) book bodega in Puerto Escondido, Mexico - 2002