Flowers make the home – isn’t that how the old saying goes? Nothing says I love you, I’m sorry, or makes a home feel like a home quite like the perfect floral arrangement. When your typical corner store flower bunch just won’t do, there are a variety of unique and skilled florists in Toronto to help you bring the outdoors in.
If you’re hosting this year’s Thanksgiving fete, you’re likely in need of some good old-fashioned tableware. Upgrade the affair with a colourful autumnal centrepiece, some festive linen napkins, or a signature cocktail (in a envy-inspiring tumbler, no less). If not your area of expertise, keep calm. These masters-of-the-homeware-touch are here to help. [Image credit: iStock.com/mythja]
Yup, it’s true. Riverside is officially rocking the Ray Eames. Arne Jacobsen, Mies van der Rohe. Countless designers with a mid-century mindset adorn Toronto’s Queen Street East furniture shops. If you love home decor with a vintage twist, here are a few places to check out in Leslieville and Riverside. [Image credit: iStock.com/sergeyryzhov]
From locally made fashion to custom jewellery, you’ll find what you’re looking for with a stroll down Ossington Avenue – and enough fab stores for a second trip. The strip is city-renowned for being one of the hottest streets for one-off fashion finds and accessories, international designers, and home décor bliss. [Image credit: iStock.com/ozgurcankaya]
Even Goldilocks shopped around for the best place to rest her head, so there’s no need to settle for anything less than the best when it comes to your bed and bath needs. Luckily, Toronto has an enviable selection of shops that stock luxurious linens for every room in your home. [Image credit: iStock.com/Peng Li]
Looking for a bleach alternative that isn’t terrifying? Maybe an all-purpose cleaner that won’t make you bat an eye when you find your toddler licking the countertop? There’s no doubt that the demand for all-natural, biodegradable, and chemical-free cleaning products is on the rise in TO. Lucky for us, the city is home to countless markets and shops with a ton of sustainable goods on offer.
Let’s face it: we don’t all have the luxury of retreating to a summer home in the Muskokas. But we all deserve a cozy escape. For some urbanites, a rustic oasis awaits on a balcony with paper lanterns and an inflatable kiddie pool. Whether you’re goin’ up country or nestling in for a city staycation, these Toronto shops have all the goods to enrich your cottage charm. [Image credit: iStock.com/tpuerzer]
It’s not about how much you spend when decking out your space, it’s about those quality finds that reflect your unique style and taste. From one-of-a-kind found objects and mid-century furnishings to coasters inspired by TTC tokens or a bubble gum pink turntable, here’s our picks for the best design shops in the city for tasteful objects and necessary accessories alike. [Image credit: iStock.com/jodiejohnson]
Whether you and your dog are new to Toronto and looking for a place to pick up some high-quality grub, or you’re thinking of switching your pup to a raw diet, these pet stores won’t disappoint. From east to west, here’s where to find raw dog food (and much, much more) in Toronto. [Image credit: iStock.com/ChristopherBernard]
Are you a crafty soon-to-be-wed looking getting thrifty for your wedding? Thanks to the creative ideas of social media, DIY wedding decor is more do-able than ever before. From large items like furniture, to the finest of details, these shops will have something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. Now all you need is a team of helpers to get set up for your big day! [Image credit: iStock.com/ beorm]
You want to decorate for Christmas, but you seek unique pieces that stand out from the standard offerings at your local big box retailer. Toronto offers a variety of shops and special seasonal shows sure to have everything you need to fill your house and home with the holiday spirit.
Back to school or post-summer apartment upgrade – whatever the moving sitch you’ve found yourself in, one thing’s for sure: ya need some stuff. Discount wares, stellar sales, and one-of-a-kind vintage pieces are ideal ways to populate your living space on a dime, and these homeware shops, antique markets and design depots are your prime local spots to get the look for less.
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