While we’ve been serving the greater Toronto area since our inception, sometimes nothing beats a good recommendation, and when it comes to the best interior design stores in Toronto, we’ve reached out to our realtor friends at Zoocasa for guidance for you. Slender skyscrapers married to historic red-brick architecture define the walls of Canada’s largest urban sprawl. As a city that thrives on art and culture, it’s no surprise that Toronto offers a plethora of retail options: from the latest trends to rare antiques to bespoke furniture.
Here’s a look at the top interior design stores in Toronto, according to Zoocasa:
2959 Dundas St W, (416) 551-9853
If you are looking for minimalist-inspired pieces, Mjolk (pronounced “mi-yelk”) specializes in clean, simple and functional interior design. The aesthetic of the store is heavily inspired by natural and minimalist elements peculiar to Scandinavian and Japanese furniture. She is all overseas and is unmatched when it comes to design inspiration Toronto Homes For Sale.
109 Atlantic Ave, (416) 537 0110
2434 Yonge St, (416) 480 1078
West Elm is a popular local favorite and has two (soon to be three) locations in Toronto. With a huge collection of contemporary furniture, the dog-friendly shop also has an entire floor of linens, an area of Toronto’s artists, craft shops, and a design laboratory. The American-based business has also partnered with local nonprofits like Community Living Toronto to donate a mattress for every 10 sold.
1381 Castlefield Ave, (416) 789-0800
This family business is a one stop shop for young homeowners looking for unique urban pieces that are both practical and trendy. As a sister company to Elte, Elte Market is the cheaper and more versatile version – with pieces optimized for small spaces and designs inspired by Indonesia.
Blackbird vintage finds
55 Mill St. Building, (416) 681-0558
The exterior of the historic brick store is in the Distillery District and goes perfectly with the antiques sold inside. From small decorative items to full size furniture, Blackbird Vintage has everything from antique Sunday school signs to typewriters.
1 Davies Ave, (416) 913-8025
This vintage shop, which is now in a former sign printer, is the go-to place for good bargains and variety. With frequent changes in the selection, prices are kept low and sold quickly. Inventory ranges from art and accessories to vintage albums and upholstered vintage chairs. GUFF only offers its customers the best by reworking the fuser upper and leaving characteristic antique pieces alone.
Stylish and affordable
651 Queen St W, (416) 366-2828
What used to be a cathedral and then a music venue is now a two-story brick building that houses modern furniture suitable for the millennial and design-loving community in the neighborhood. The line of products can be described as contemporary and affordable, so it’s the ideal place to set up Toronto condominiums.
3-51 Hanna Avenue, (416) 533-9090
222 King Street East, (416) 815-2002
The Winnipeg-based company is another furniture hotspot in Liberty Village. It has two locations in Toronto (the other is King East) and has the added bonus of a showroom of bold Finnish designs. The release of EQ3’s new BASICS line, aimed at first-time homeowners on a budget, offers stylish things at an affordable price.
Made in Canada
78 Ossington Avenue, (416) 534-4343
With functional and timeless design, Stylegarage and Gus * Modern bring a real northern spirit by supporting craftsmen from local communities and using sustainable materials from the region. From design to manufacture, the bespoke furniture line is 100% manufactured in the greater Toronto area.
255 Sterling Road, Unit 16, (416) 910-5892
The Canadian design and manufacture company is best known for its legendary Ontario Branches Chandelier, a light fixture where each piece is carefully handcrafted to mimic the patterns found in nature. The store specializes in custom and personalized designs and uses only materials from responsible sources. At the same time, it offers its customers high quality craftsmanship.
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