Modern furniture maker Stylegarage has an expansive new home on Ossington
After almost 15 years at the corner of Queen and Shaw, mod furniture maker Stylegarage has moved to a significantly larger home on Ossington. The new space is an old heritage warehouse with multiple storefronts, one of which used to belong to the now-shuttered AWOL gallery. The company renovated the space, uncovering the original brick walls to create a two-storey showroom that store manager Neil James describes as “raw, yet warm.” The upgrade means the shop can now house a wider selection of its custom Stylegarage line, including larger pieces like a seven-foot-long boardroom table for $5,250. Shoppers will also find items from the brand’s more affordable Gus* Modern collection, including an extensive range of loft-size sectionals and sofas. If you don’t happen to be in the market for a two-thousand-dollar cowhide ottoman, there are still plenty of unique accessories worth a checking out, like suspension lighting from Montreal-based Lambert et Fils and handmade woolen rugs from Peace Industry.
78 Ossington Ave., 416-534-4343, stylegarage.com