If you live in downtown Toronto, your living space is most likely on the smaller side. For those of us who’ve experienced it, we know that design-wise, every inch counts. Knowing the ins and out of where to shop for nice furniture will save you a fortune in this city.
Making the most of your space requires a lot of planning and browsing. Whether you planning to move this season or just decorate your space with new affordable furniture, these Toronto stores have you covered.
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Equilibrium Furnishings showroom offers a wide variety of items to match any home aesthetic. They have a selection that is both chic and affordable with their price match and trend options for customers.
Elle & Eve
This furniture store converts unique furniture, quality home decor and hard to find collectables pieces and re-sells them. The shop offers pieces for every room in your home giving it a rustic and vintage feel.
This popular Toronto retailer offers many styles to fit your home, no matter how vintage or modern your style. CB2 has a fine selection of accessories, unique decor, storage and wallpaper perfect for any home.
At Stylegarage there are locally-made, contemporary-style furniture. You even have the option to custom order certain finishes and fabrics on your favourite furniture pieces.
Structube is almost similar to the furniture champ IKEA. I’d argue that the quality at Structube is superior. Here you’ll be to find a wide variety of stylish furniture and decor for every room, at affordable prices. The Canadian franchise is big on the minimalist look that your home will enjoy!
Parliament Furniture Inc.
Simple meets sophisticated at Parliament Furniture Inc. You’ll be able to decorate within your budget with their affordable pricing for your entire house.
EQ3 Liberty Village
Whether you need indoor or outdoor furniture and decor, EQ3 is has a wide selection for your to choose from. Welcome your space with variety of of contemporary, minimalist, and mid century modern design icons.
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