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Angus and Company A mix of the latest furniture styles and trends as well as vintage items. The store itself is well designed and inviting. The merchandise tends to be on the expensive side but anything purchased here would last for a very long time. They sell birch bark candles here which would make for a very unique gift to bring home for visitors to the city.
The Art Shoppe It is almost overwhelming when initially entering the Art Shoppe due to their extensive inventory. Every area of this very large store is packed with furniture and home decor items for virtually all styles of home decor. The Art Shoppe also offers a free decorating service if merchandise is purchased from their store. Another benefit at the Art Shoppe is they will ship items anywhere in the world.
Boss Leather Hideout at 18 King Street East in Caledon (Toll Free) 1-855-210-2677. Exclusive leather sofa designs in traditional, transitional, and contemporary. Factory direct quality, second to none, and customizing is encouraged. 20 years of making people comfortable Boss Leather is the winner of the 2010 best furniture store award in Toronto with 100% satisfied customer rating. They deliver usually with 3-4 weeks and of course they make everything themselves so made in Canada by Canadians for Canadians.. The price, especially when a promotion is on, will surprise you. They boast the best warranty in the business.
Bullfrog and Limitless at 366 Adelaide St East Toronto 416-366-5288. Exclusively designed furniture not found anywhere else. They have many one of a kind pieces for every room of the house, including entertainment units that turn 360', the Spider chaise, and Tree Trunk floor lamps. Many of their sofas have unique surprise elements with versatility in movement and some that fit together like pieces of a puzzle that can be pieced together to fit in to any space.
Casa Di Luce . Recently there appeared a new name in Toronto furniture and lighting destination- Casa Di Luce. These are two unique showrooms carrying the best examples of latest European design. The showroom at 1568 Avenue Road - is a boutique style store with personal attention of all knowledgeable designer staff. Here you can get the most qualified advice on the choice of a lighting fixture or furniture accessory. The showroom at 4700 Dufferin street is a larger one with full collections of many European manufacturers. The phone of the showrooms is: 416-650-9837. Casa Di Luce is now a dealer of Swarovski, selling exclusive lighting fixtures including Illuminated Sky.
Chatelet :There are not a lot of shops in Toronto that sell Shabby Chic style furniture. However, one store that does, is Chatelet. It is also located on Queen Street West. The store itself is not all that big, but nonetheless it is packed full of interesting items for the home. They have a lovely selection of light fixtures and wall sconces. Plus furniture pieces that range from mirrored tables to white wooden armoires and so forth. They do offer an interior decorating service and will do custom work upon request. There is much more detailed information available on their homepage.
Dexterity. Queen Street West has many stores, some vintage and some with a more modern flare. Dexterity Gifts and Decor on 773 Queen St. West sells current furniture fashions. It has a great selection of sofas, tables, lamps and lovely accessories including Sid Dickens Memory Blocks. They also carry mirrored branches which look amazing in a tall floor vase.The service is friendly and professional and the prices are reasonable. Phone number is 416-703-618
Elte: Everything from sofas, chairs, dining room tables, lamps, desks, carpets and so much more can be found in this huge furniture store. The staff at Elte is very knowledgeable and provides helpful advice on the different lines they carry. They will also order any of their merchandise to suit their clients needs if a custom piece is required. Also, Elte's will ship furniture across the province at a reasonable cost. An added bonus, Elte also has an outlet store located north of Toronto in Woodbridge.
Equilibrium Offers "Canadian
made sofas, beds, tables, chairs, and case goods, plus affordable
Import Items and much more." They have an online store as well, plus
they work with your budget - high end or low end. You name it they will
find it. Great staff, helpful design advise. Excellent service. They
love to work with any style and on any budget, just ask them for help.
Thus far the only store that caters to you this much.
Inde-Art Design House : Looking for furniture stores in Toronto? Dining tables,buffets, coffee tables , kitchen cabinets; exquisite solid wood hand crafted furniture and more is waiting to be found at Inde-Art. Established in 2006, Inde-Art has grown into a 5000 square foot showroom, becoming Toronto’s premier destination for wooden furniture from India. They believe in recycling the past & being environmentally friendly. Many of thier pieces are refurbished, salvaged, restored, or made of reclaimed wood or a combination of old and new wood. They also carry very exclusive, hand-carved, solid wood kitchen cabinets in Toronto show room. Explore thier complete showroom inventory on their website. Phone: 416-543- 4495. At 388 Carlaw Ave, Toronto M4M 2T4
Pottery Barn : Pottery Barn stores can be found at several malls in Toronto, and as well on Bloor Street where their largest store in the city is located. The spaces in their stores are fashioned in a way where the customer can get inspiration for their own homes. The styles at Pottery Barn range from casual to a more sophisticated look. Almost anything needed to make a home complete can be found at Pottery Barn. From dining room tables and chairs, sofas, lamps and several different styles of draperies to a huge collection of home accessories, Pottery Barn pretty much has it all. As well, there is now a Pottery Barn Kids in Toronto which is a wonderful store to shop for children's furniture and accessories.
Resource Furniture : "Space Reinvented" says it all. This innovative New York furniture company is now gracing the humble city of Toronto and is yet to be discovered by so many. Hideaway furniture does not even begin to describe the eco-friendly, avant-garde designs with bunk beds that even adults will want in their room. All furniture is manufactured in Italy and the quality shows. The chic style and brilliant space-saving is unlike anything available out there. Check out pictures on their website.
Restoration Hardware: Restoration Hardware's line of furniture can best be described as classic reproduction. Their bright and well-designed spaces make for a very pleasant shopping experience. Besides furniture, there is a selection of linens, towels, draperies, and home accessories. Every fall, it is very much worthwhile going to Restoration Hardware for their famous annual lighting sale. The store has literally hundreds of lamps and light fixtures of all shapes and sizes, at a reduced price.
Tora Home Design Offering four floors of modern and distinctive furniture, Tora Home Design features timeless and contemporary finds for every room in your home. Now open – Tora’s innovative, fully furnished apartment that showcases 1,200 square feet of fashion forward living, with the highlight being the Bedroom Boutique. Designed to inspire and illustrate what your home has the potential to look like, the showroom boasts exquisite furniture, bedroom pieces that provide space-saving solutions, as well as the latest in foam latex mattresses made with organic cotton. Crafted to fit perfectly into your surroundings, Canadian-made sofas and sectionals with hundreds of fabric choices will complement your living space beautifully. Forget the arduous journey downtown, and visit Tora Home Design – a hidden gem in Danforth’s east end. Located at 2686 Danforth Ave. or call 416-691-8672.
Urban Barn: Urban Barn can be found across Canada and in Toronto on Queen Street, King Street and other locations in the GTA. The furniture and accessories are very stylish. The styles can be compared to Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, and even smatterings of IKEA but a little more upscale. Worth mentioning that it's a Canadian store.White Castle Blue Jeans : White Castle Blue Jeans is a modern and trendy fashion and home furnishing store. They carry high quality & designer apparel, alongside their custom home fashions and furniture. They are an all Canadian company, and supportive of Canadian talent and Canadian artists. Both their apparel and home furnishing departments will feature Canadian artists and Canadian craftsmanship. White Castle Blue Jeans retail showroom is located in uptown Toronto, at 2528 Yonge St., North of Eglinton.