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Toronto’s Best Furniture Stores

Toronto's Best Furniture Stores |

At a certain point in your adult life, you’ll realize that it’s time to say ‘goodbye’ to mass-produced Swedish furniture and step into the beautiful world of quality design pieces! Knowing Toronto’s best furniture stores will help you know where to start your shopping journey. With plenty of furniture boutiques offering high budget pieces at varying levels of quality, it can be hard to know what’s worth the price tag and what isn’t. We’ve compiled a list of Toronto’s best furniture stores to get you started. Happy shopping, friends!

Here’s our list of Toronto’s best furniture stores:


Pavillion Furniture
42 Gladstone Ave | Website

Pavillion is home to modern furniture that looks like it’s straight out of a luxury hotel room. From barstools to mirrors – everything in this store balances a minimalistic style with a certain “wow” factor that will impress even your chicest friends. Hot tip: sign up for their email list to receive sale notifications and exclusive discounts!

230 Adelaide St E | Website

BoConcept is often cited as one of the best furniture stores for condo owners, thanks to sleek designs that fit well in small spaces. Their sofas are hot sellers, with thin arms that save space without compromising on seating! They also boast a great selection of dining tables with removable leaves so that you can seamlessly switch between “seating for 1” to “dinner party for 8”.

2959 Dundas St W | Website

If you’re all about that Scandinavian design trend, then Mjolk should be on your radar. The prices are a major step up from Ikea, but there’s an undeniable beauty in the simplicity of their furniture. Hot tip: when envious friends ask you about this store, make sure you pronounce it correctly for extra bragging rights! Say it with us now, “milk”.

Elte Market
1381 Castlefield Ave | Website

Imagine a giant warehouse filled with mid-priced furniture sourced from buying trips all across the globe, and that’s what you get at Elte Market. While their furniture selection is truly impressive, they also have a wide variety of rugs at great prices! Fun fact: The warehouse used to be a Canada Goose factory!

Hardware Interiors
31 Saulter St | Website

For a look that’s truly unique, Hardware Interiors offers custom-made furniture that can be designed to fit any space. Consultations are by appointment only – but well worth it for the chance to have one-of-a-kind pieces! If you check out their gallery of past projects (on their website), it’s not hard to see why they’re one of Toronto’s best furnitrue stores.