Toronto’s best condo furniture stores right now
230 Adelaide St. E., 647-352-8802
Toronto’s offshoot of the Danish design house sets itself apart from the many other furniture stores in its St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. The handsome, comfortable and functional selection includes a heather-grey loveseat that folds down into a single or double bed. The Milano, an extendable walnut veneer table, has a built-in leaf to accommodate dining for eight ($2,899).
639 Queen St. W., 416-603-0007
Reaching out to the newly mortgaged or married, this lofty space offers designer-inspired pieces for those on a starter budget: the Donovan, a vintage maple dining table, can be found for a mere $1,788, while their in-house designed Saarinen chairs go for $248 and up. On the second floor, Teb Interiors—a store within the store—specializes in custom pillows, linens and drapes.
230 Adelaide St. E., 416-777-9494
This French brand focuses on streamlined furnishings. Many pieces can be customized for tight spaces: clever construction includes Murphy beds and a cocktail console that converts into a dining table. The store also stocks super-cool children’s furniture, like the monochromatic Dimix line, with water-resistant Japanese paper finishes and hidden storage for toys. All furniture is made with sustainable wood.
3-51 Hanna Ave., 416-533-9090; 222 King St. E., 416-815-2002
It’s fitting that this showroom occupies the ground floor of the Mozo building, the glamour condo for those who want the designer life in 650 square feet—it’s filled with affordable, space-conscious furniture options, including Canadian-made custom pieces. Seating can be personalized with more than 130 different fabrics and leathers.
BOFF Wall Beds
4249 Steeles Ave. W., 416-636-2633
BOFF caters to the city’s space-strapped apartment dwellers with a line of contemporary Murphy beds. The sturdy units, in a variety of stains, range from twin to queen and are completely customizable. Basic models begin around $1,295, but there are many ways to spend more: luxurious upgrades include recessed reading lights and hybrid desk-beds for workaholics.