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Tackle Toronto: Where to Shop.

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I often get emails from readers asking for tips on where to find the best Toronto haunts. Whether it’s shopping, eating or simply something fun to do on a Sunday afternoon, I’ve put together a quick guide to Toronto from my eyes. Check-out my “where to eat” guide and stay tuned the rest of the week where I’ll be sharing my “what to do” and “must try” guides to tackling this wonderful city. And if you have any recommendations, feel free to chime in! I’m always on the hunt for a new stomping ground.

Today: where to shop! The furniture & accessory edition:{commute home}
{hollace cluny}
{mjolk{hardware}
{morba}
{bergo}

modern/contemporary/traditional stores:
::modehaus: for funky accessories and unique furniture
::love the design for art, furniture, accessories
and all things funky (my current fave)
::Visitor Parking to furnish your home at a reasonable price
::Hollace Cluny for high end pretties and iconic gems (think Eames & Bertoia)
::ella & elliot for modern baby furniture
::Teatro Verde for beautiful, quality made furniture, accessories
and an amazing flower selection

vintage/reclaimed/funky stores:
::Morba for mid-century modern furniture and lighting at reasonable prices
::Hardware for vintage and eclectic pieces
(think harvest tables and oversized wooden mirrors)
::507 Antiques for a hue collection of antique finds
(you may need to book an appointment – but its worth it)
::Commute Home: brilliant pieces
::Post & Beam for really cool reclaimed pieces
::GUFF for stunning mid-century modern finds at reasonable prices

flowers & accessories:
::bookhu: for beautiful accessories
::neat: a Type-A’s dream
::South Coast for lovely washroom accessories
::Flick & Company for unique home goods
and great accessories (one of my favourites)
::The Drake General Store for great gifts and cool knick-knacks
::Made for one of a kind pieces made by local artists and designers
::Mjolk for beautiful Scandinavian pieces
::Gardiner Museum for amazing ceramics
::Coriander Girl for stunning bouquets

custom pieces:
::Smash for custom-made pieces and vintage finds
::Carroll Street Woodworkers for amazingly innovative craftsmanship
::akroyd: for stunning custom made furniture pieces

 

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