10 Top Toronto Shops for your Spring Move

With spring approaching, moving season is right around the corner (And thank goodness…Aren’t we all tired of the cold weather?!).  If you’re getting ready to move into a new place or are just looking for a fresh look, we highly recommend these Toronto shops for all your furniture and accessory needs.

 

Style Garage

With an impressive new shop on Ossington, the new home of Style Garage in Toronto is where you will find local custom modern furniture as well as accessories tailored with a Canadiana feel.

http://www.blogto.com/design/stylegarage-ossington-toronto

http://www.blogto.com/design/stylegarage-ossington-toronto

Montauk Sofa

The Montauk store originated in Montreal but has since made its way to other major Canadian and US cities. All Montauk Sofa upholstered products are hand made in Montreal with no compromise on quality. “More wood, more metal, more feathers,” Tim Zyto (founder) confirms.

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https://www.instagram.com/p/BA53PGtsmTv/?taken-by=montauksofa

Elte Market

A France founded company since 1919; Elte decidedly launched Elte Market in Toronto late 2014, out of what was once a Canada Goose factory. Brothers Jamie and Andrew Metrick, whose family operated Elte for four generations claim Elte Market to be catering, in general, to a bit of a younger demographic, and for the urban homeowner. Since urban living typically means smaller spaces, you will be sure to find some space-saving tricks at Elte Market.

http://www.blogto.com/design/elte-market-toronto

http://www.blogto.com/design/elte-market-toronto

Design Republic

This local favourite is located on the first two floors of the Burroughes Building on Queen West.  Here you will find a great mix of chairs, sofas, stools, reclaimed barnboard tables, rugs, as well as a wide range of accessories. Some of their pieces can also be spotted in our showroom on the fourth floor of the building.

http://www.blogto.com/design/design-republic-toronto

http://www.blogto.com/design/design-republic-toronto

CB2

The 1876-erected, once music venue Big Bop (1990s) is now home to CB2s first Canadian store. After $4 million worth of renovations, CB2 has managed to keep a little bit of history in their space while switching up the once dark nightclub vibe to an open bright space with a modern feel.

http://www.blogto.com/design/cb2-toronto

http://www.blogto.com/design/cb2-toronto

Avenue Road

Based out of a heritage building in Riverside, Avenue Road is a stunning cathedral-like, 3-storey space that offers impressive classic and contemporary international furniture designs, as well as a rich collection of rugs.

http://www.blogto.com/design/avenue-road-toronto

http://www.blogto.com/design/avenue-road-toronto

Shelter

A massive showroom with so much furniture you won't be able to take it all in with just one visit. If you’re going for a modern feel, Shelter is the go-to spot for you!

http://www.blogto.com/design/shelter-furniture-toronto

http://www.blogto.com/design/shelter-furniture-toronto

Casalife

Casalife is a great option if you’re looking for multi-functional pieces in your home. Casalife offers a range of furniture and accessories that configure to suit different spaces. Need help visually mapping out your space? Check out their online space planner!

http://www.blogto.com/design/casalife-yonge-toronto

http://www.blogto.com/design/casalife-yonge-toronto

EQ3 Furniture

EQ3 is a Winnipeg-based company with proud Canadian roots. Most of the furniture you will find here is proudly #MadeinCanada.

https://www.eq3.com/ca/en/aboutus/who-we-are

https://www.eq3.com/ca/en/aboutus/who-we-are

Klaus

Klaus is a contemporary design showroom full of exclusive European and UK manufacturers. Adding to the history of the shop, the Klaus showroom was once a grocery store constructed in 1845. The chic and sophisticated pieces you will find here will cost a pretty penny so be prepared to empty your pockets, unless of course you’re comfortable just admiring.

http://www.blogto.com/design/klaus

http://www.blogto.com/design/klaus