Are you looking for something different and a great shopping experience? Why not try one of these local stores that all carry at least 50 per cent locally designed products.
With over 24,000 designers in the city, Toronto has the largest design workforce in Canada and the third largest in North America. For that unique gift for yourself or special souvenir for a loved one, you’re sure to find something that is quintessentially Torontonian at one of these stores.
Innovative Canadian and international design. Specializing in women’s wear, from casual basics to high-end street wear, owner Sanghun Oh hopes her clients will be able to find ‘a treasure for their wardrobe.’
380 Queen St. E.
Multi-award-winning Toronto designer Anne Hung’s simple on-trend party dresses, kimono style belts and stretchy fabric dresses for all body types include full-length, 3/4 length, cocktail, and mini/tunic dresses.
Luscious silks, sumptuous cashmere and decadent woolens from a host of fine mills around the globe inspire seasonal collections. Sophisticated day wear, luxurious knits and glamorous evening wear look and feel divine. For the ultimate occasion Brian can design couture that’s stellar on you- and on the red carpet.
Bayview Village, 2901 Bayview Ave.
Catherine creates modern, body-conscious knit dresses to avant-garde day and evening wear. Her boutique offers ready-made and one-of-a-kind styles. Or contact her for a specially designed piece with exclusive fabrics for a couture experience. Designs are fresh with a feminine twist. Experience great Canadian designs in exquisite fabrics.
940 Bathurst St.
Coal Miner’s Daughter specializes in Canadian clothing, jewellery, and accessories. Co-owner Janine Haller’s clothing line focuses on small runs that she makes by hand, featuring easygoing shapes that feel great on. The jewellery collections include designs in sterling silver and gemstones, made by co-owner Krysten Caddy.
1586 Dundas St. W.
3023 Dundas St. W.
1360A Queen St. E.
744 Queen St. W.
87 Roncesvalles Ave.
Established in 1983 by Joyce Gunhouse and Judy Cornish, Comrags has evolved into one of Canada’s most well-known labels. Comrags clothes are for women of any age; women with a modern attitude toward style; women with self-confidence. Comrags is proud to say that it is still made in Toronto, Canada.
812 Dundas St. W.
Founded in 2001, Dagg and Stacey make clothing of enduring, effortless style, quality craftsmanship, and femininity. Influenced by traditional bespoke tailoring, theirs are clothes to wear and treasure. Designed and manufactured exclusively in Toronto. Dagg & Stacey seek out quality fabrics taking a socially and environmentally conscious approach to fashion.
Desserts and Skirts is proudly designed and made in Toronto, Canada. Designer Nicole Boudreau is a lover of all things shiny, pretty and delicious. Women’s tunics, tops, skirts, dresses and accessories, including fun prints. Studio open by appointment, Monday-Friday.
Since 2006, Doll Factory by Damzels has been providing figure flattering, vintage-inspired dresses, accessories and more. Two award-winning boutiques features over 30 brands. But the stars are pin-up and retro styles for day to cocktail, including their own in-house label, Damzels in this Dress.
394 Roncesvalles Ave.
1122 Queen St. E.
Encircled creates modern and versatile womenswear, to help you do more with less in your wardrobe. We believe in quality over quantity. How and who made your clothing matters. The most sustainable garment is well-loved, with a timeless, season-less design. Encircled is proudly 100% made in Toronto from sustainable fabrics.
EWANIKA is a women’s collection that rises to the challenge of reconciling modernity with femininity and comfort. Development in a new direction that still pays respect to tradition. The silhouette is light handed, creating a restrained elegance and a relaxed sense of all day dressing that reflects a contemporary personality.
1072 Bathurst St.
Freda’s manufactures high end ladies wear from the finest European fabrics. All garments are designed, produced and sold in our store, allowing you to buy direct… with the savings passed on to you. Freda’s offers a complete selection of ladies apparel from casual, to suiting and evening wear, available from sizes 4-20.
86 Bathurst St.
Mercy designers Jennifer Halchuk and Richard Lyle have opened Gaspard, showcasing their own line as well as European and Japanese labels that offer a new silhouette to Toronto. Gaspard is a fresh alternative.
886 Queen St. W.
Helene Clarkson offers dresses, tops and pants for the urban traveler, including curvy and reversible collections. Wrinkle-resistant fabrics, in multi-purpose designs that flatter, makes for functional clothing that looks, wears, and feels great. Made with pride in Canada, this clothing is the highest quality in workmanship and materials.
565 Mount Pleasant Rd.
Inspired by the strength and structure of workwear, our clothing and accessories are made in clearly defined shapes, out of strong natural fabrics for you to live in – every detail considered, all handmade in-house. Clothing that moves and wears with you – that is made with respect for the planet.
15 Trinity St.
Knix is redefining intimates using patented technology, cutting-edge processes, and human-centric design. All of their products, from the most comfortable wireless bras to super absorbent underwear, are designed to make you feel more comfortable. Book a virtual fitting with a Knixpert. Knixteen products are designed to make growing up easier.
630 Queen St West
Laila Ghattas designs tops, jackets, pants, dresses and accessories in her original, limited edition, hand-printed fabrics. Featuring vibrant colours on luxurious, easy care textiles in sizes small to XXL, her versatile ensembles fit and flatter mature women with changing bodies.
Modern clothing with a vintage vibe. Mandala is designed and made in our studio-store, to fit, feel comfortable, make you look great, and still feel like YOU. Stop on in and say hello! We’d love to share a little of our ‘vintage-vibe’ with you!
1024 St. Clair Ave. W.
NARCES is a Toronto-based womenswear line, creating luxury eveningwear, cocktail and bridal designs inspired by the romantic glamour and elegance of the mid-20th century with a distinctive modern twist. Designer Nikki Yassemi Wirthensohn brings her international background to her feminine aesthetic.
184 Davenport Rd.
Check out our colourful, unique hand-printed clothes, upcycled fashion, fabric by the yard including custom prints. You can even sign up for a silk screen workshop.
Preloved is an eco-friendly Toronto company creating unique and fashionable women’s clothing and accessories using vintage and dead stock materials. Over the past 25 years Preloved has diverted 1 million pieces of clothing from landfill. From designing and manufacturing, to shipping the collection, it’s all done with love, right here.
Pink Tartan is a lifestyle brand that epitomizes President and Design Director Kimberley Newport-Mimran’s appreciation of style and modern sophistication. The collection is known for elevated wardrobe essentials with attention to detail and the use of tech-fabrics engineered to fit and flatter a woman’s figure.
77 Yorkville Ave.
A born designer and entrepreneur, Pam Willcocks is the founder and creative force behind Snapdragon Designs, a Canadian company that designs, manufactures and sells women’s handbags, cashmere sweaters and wraps, resort wear, dresses, jewellery and unique home goods. In addition to the Snapdragon label, other small independent lines are carried.
622 Mount Pleasant Rd.
Stephan Caras is renowned for the luxurious fabrics, rich textures and defining trims in his collection of evening gowns and separates. A turn-of-the-century bank building houses this boutique, with the former vault serving as a dressing room.
744 Queen St. E.
The Studio Fresh line is designed and created by Connie Meyer with a small team in Toronto. Detail-oriented women’s clothing and accessories are made in small batches and limited editions. Much attention is given to the fit and comfort of each garment. Most pieces wash cool and hang to dry.
810 Danforth Ave.
TITIKA strives to redefine active wear with smart, stylish and functional designs. We infuse luxurious, technologically advanced fabrics into all-situation wear. From daily essentials, to performance gear and runway inspired pieces. Life is complicated. Picking what to wear should not be.
357 Queen St. W.
Elegance with an edge and casual chic describe Vivian Shyu’s easy-to-wear collections for modern, active women. For more than 20 years her mix-and-match lines have been synonymous with affordability, wearability, comfort and style. Vivian Shyu delivers exceptional style and quality at amazingly affordable price that makes shopping irresistible!
101 Yorkville Ave.
Bayview Village Shopping Center, 2901 Bayview Ave.
GERHARD is an independent menswear shop offering a curated selection of Canadian made clothing since 2013. We believe that Canada produces the best clothing in the world, in quality, design and value. Owner operated, GERHARD offers a highly personal and informative shopping experience. We believe in what we sell.
2949 Dundas St. W.
The Modern Haberdasher – For over 50 years H. Halpern Esq. has been family operated, selling our unique dress shirts, ties & accessories to clients from around the globe. We design and make our shirts in Toronto in very limited quantities. We want to stand out from the crowd…don’t you?
225 Front St. W.
No one body is alike—so why should a suit be? Isaac Ely Bespoke offers exceptional quality craftsmanship, and perfection in the design and construction of your custom-made suits. We are devoted to focusing on you. Let’s build something for your individuality.
485 Champagne Dr.
Klaxon Howl was born of a love of timeless, quality clothing. We reject the tired modes of fast, contemporary fashion in favour of the enduring style of the rugged individualist. Less is more. Our story – uncompromising attention to detail alongside local and ethical production. These garments last a lifetime.
1716 Queen St. W.
A Toronto-based lifestyle brand producing quality-driven, timeless clothing for the modern man. Matteo Sgaramella draws inspiration from his heritage. Sophisticated Italian styling and manufacturing techniques are integrated with durable materials suitable for the Canadian environment. Manufactured by local factories with responsibly sourced materials. Canadian-made fabric is used whenever possible.
343 Roncesvalles Ave.
In March 2020, Philip Sparks Tailored Goods celebrated 13 years in business. We custom make all our garments in house. Our workroom is part of our showroom so you can experience the craft behind our garments first hand, and we can quickly take care of small alterations while you wait.
130 Cawthra Ave.
Sydney’s offers expertly curated menswear, from our own Canadian made in-house brands, to contemporary and designer clothing, footwear, and accessories. Fabric, quality, and design always come first. Lines are clean, details minimal, shapes and silhouettes are classic with a modern feel. We offer bespoke, made-to-measure, off-the-rack, and in-house alterations.
682 Queen St. W.
We design memorable clothing for boys and girls to wear on important milestone celebrations. I believe in high quality workmanship and one-of-a-kind designs, so what you will find at Carmen’s Designs are exclusive, elegant and sophisticated designs inspired by you and created by me.
1274 St. Clair Ave. W.
Cate and Levi wool toys are handmade from reclaimed wool at Josh’s studio in Toronto and one of a kind. A new Softy collection is made from polar fleece. Materials are sourced as close to home as possible, and a percentage of profits help children in need. DIY kits available.
A better product – Super soft, simple basics, that make kids look and feel amazing. A better investment – Timeless, quality, gender-neutral styles that can be worn longer and passed along from child to child. A better future – Made ethically, locally and sustainably – kind to people and the planet.
795 Queen St. W.
6 Case Goods Lane
Annie Thompson is an award-winning Toronto designer and artist with 30+ years of experience. Her unique, artful, eco-friendly clothing and accessories use locally sourced fabrics, materials, and fabricators. Easy care, limited edition women’s wear fits and flatters with freedom and comfort. Numerous designs are wearable by all sexes.
1 Wiltshire Ave., Studio 205
Founded in 2002 by Bay St. lawyers Shawn Hewson and Ruth Promislow, Bustle Clothing is a leading Canadian sportswear label, known for its cheeky twist on menswear classics. Shop their new unisex collaboration – Playboy X Bustle. The collection includes: heritage classics, collegiate prep, streetwear, vintage-inspired T-shirts and accessories. Responsibly made in Canada.
28 Bathurst St., Unit 3-116
Design without boundaries: personal, experimental, raw & refined. Custom crafted in Toronto, Canada. Call and Response’s collection includes gowns, jackets, neckpieces, tops, bottoms and vests for men and women. Each piece is handmade and will be finished to fit you. Or choose from the Call and Response X Prince collection.
702 Queen St. W.
Coats by Mary Ellen is dedicated to providing our customers with the finest Canadian luxury outerwear. Coats by Mary Ellen offers the highest quality and value for women and men. A large selection of off the rack and bespoke coats, expert advice, with helpful and friendly service, create a most enjoyable shopping experience.
951 Wilson Ave., Unit 19, Suite 201
Contemporary clothing line based in Toronto that specializes in adaptable clothing for users with mobility and dexterity challenges. The brand wears the lens of inclusivity by designing clothes for all bodies and stands on three pillars: easy to wear, easy to care and ethically made.
Established in 2003, the Gregory Allen brand marries quality and creativity in bow ties for men, women, children, bespoke and creative collaborations with top brands. The Diamond Point collection includes complementary bolds and skillfully contrived colour collisions with a dash of fun-fuelled unpredictability to create designs that are utterly wearable.
Let us make you even more fabulous. Hoax Couture specializes in custom tailoring and dressmaking. We are consistently voted Best in Toronto. We can make anything – fit anyone. Our reputation for quality, service and attention to detail is unsurpassed. Making clothing for discerning clients of any age for 35 years.
515 Queen St. W.
IZ Adaptive is a ready-to-wear line designed for adults with physical disabilities. It features wardrobe basics like tees, denim, coats, and other casual wear. Designer Izzy Camilleri founded the line in 2009, to make getting dressed easier for everyone, and to help empower people to feel their best through fashion.
Mayana Genevière creates unique, practical and body inclusive garments that not only enhance your wardrobe, but support your well-being as an extension of your self-care. Made in Toronto, their innovative intimate apparel line captures the essence and needs of a woman as she transitions through life’s many stages.
Designed and made from scratch in Toronto. Colourful appliqued undies for men and women aren’t just cute. Well-constructed and designed for comfort, you’ll want more than one pair. The collection includes clothes and leggings too.
This year, due to the pandemic, the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair created an online platform where you can buy from artists and designers all year long! Check out the site for artworks including jewellery, ceramics, printmaking, textiles and more, and find local shops that support Toronto makers.
Trend Custom Tailors’ mandate is to “innovate, develop and lead the bespoke and couture sector of the Canadian apparel industry”. The house serves over six thousand active clients on a very intimate level, in the heart of the downtown core, with a full range of styles for men and women.
306 Sherbourne St.
18 Karat Studio + Gallery was established in 1961. Our second generation in-house goldsmith hand builds custom jewellery for our clients using high karat gold and quality gemstones. The gallery showcases the work of 20+ Canadian metalsmith designers. Expert fine jewellery repairs and restorations are also available.
1156 Yonge St.
Amparo is an award-winning Milliner. With over twenty years in interior design, she has taken her knowledge of colour, form and dimension to couture fashion. Amparo Findlay Milliner hats are carefully crafted by hand with the finest fabrics and exquisite attention to detail. Custom orders also available upon request.
Anice provides a new kind of experience that encourages creativity, self-love and endless possibility through one-of-a-kind jewellery. We believe that it is a crime to let old jewellery go unworn. We work vintage parts into many of our one-of-a-kind pieces and specialize in giving your treasures a new life.
102 Ossington Ave.
Fine jewelry of understated elegance for everyday wear. Designer/goldsmith Anne Sportun combines traditional goldsmithing techniques to juxtapose the irregularity of organic forms in her work. All hand-made rings, bracelets, necklaces, charms, bridal and wedding rings, as well as custom work, is produced in our local Toronto studio.
742 Queen St. W.
Locally designed jewelry, everything from statement necklaces to body chains. Made with quality material and workmanship. Located in the west end of Toronto.
1380 Queen St. W.
Luxury leather handbags designed and made in downtown Toronto without the use of any machines. Founder + Creative Director Ashley Phillips combines structured architectural forms with bohemian detailing to create designs that are sophisticated and versatile. Each handbag is constructed by experienced leatherworkers using traditional hand tooling techniques.
Beadle focuses on local, handmade products. Since opening in 2006, they have proudly become a neighbourhood favourite. Beadle’s products are continually evolving. There are over 30 artists’, crafters’ and designers’ creations in this unique, urban boutique. You’ll find, one-of-a-kind jewellery, t-shirts, pottery, baby products, eco-friendly products and more.
1582 Dundas St. W.
BRAVE Leather is art inspired by its process: fine leather goods ethically designed and exclusively manufactured in Canada. The collection includes women’s and men’s belts, leather cuffs, handbags and accessories. More than a thousand specialty stores across fourteen countries count themselves among the ranks of The BRAVE Ones.
BIKO is hand-crafted with love in Toronto. Created in 2005 by Corrine Anestopoulos, BIKO draws inspiration from global treasures and found curiosities that translate into wearable, contemporary silhouettes. BIKO marries vintage inspiration with sleek mixed metals, hand-cast pendants and natural stones to create high-quality, versatile pieces that tell a story.
The Brimz culture is a lifestyle choice. We are a community founded on a love for music, fashion and art. Our in-house brands are designed right here in Toronto.
56A Kensington Ave.
High quality men’s and women’s shoes are designed by Jeff. Jewelery, accessories and giftware from local Toronto and Canadian designers are also on offer, including handmade leather goods and bags, and beautiful jewelry made in Toronto by Cayla and other designers.
231 Roncesvalles Ave.
International award-winning milliner David Dunkley’s inimitable vision offers patrons a new take on classic styles in every design, from breathtaking bridal millinery to Ascot-worthy creations. Daring or demure, each of David’s hats is handcrafted in his studio.
998 Bathurst St.
Recognized as a leader in design and a destination for fine quality jewellery that is timeless and modern, a visit to Erin Tracy is no ordinary experience. Whether choosing from the collections or consulting on a custom bridal piece, you will experience the advantages of personalized advice and creative expertise.
Suzanne Crudden, Kim Drosdick & Carey Pearson’s mission – one of the best jewellery stores in Toronto. They trained to work with gold, silver, platinum, diamonds, roughly finished gemstones – you name it. They create custom jewellery to meet the needs of their clients at their pace and within their budget.
116½ Sherbourne St.
Foxy jewelry is designed and made in Toronto, by a small team of skilled craftspeople whose pride and workmanship is evident in the high quality of each creation. Foxy Originals is known for offering a great selection of affordable jewelry, including their vibrant reversible necklaces and filigree earrings.
Grâce Toléqué, has been designing jewelry for an international clientele for 25+ years. Her vision: to create gorgeous and meaningful pieces that showcase the beauty and ancient healing properties of each colored gemstone in her designs. Grâce’s colour combinations and uncompromising standards create jewelry to be cherished for a lifetime.
The SHOP is your source for one-of-a-kind objects created by Harbourfront Centre’s Artists-in-Residence, as well as a selection of quality children’s toys, beautiful accessories, gourmet edibles and high-design lifestyle pieces. Explore contemporary masterpieces, unique and artisanal items in this special waterfront retail destination.
235 Queens Quay W.
Jane Ip has learned through experience and from the women she designs for, that true beauty comes from pursuing one’s own happiness. Her design approach values embracing what’s different, what’s unexpected, and what’s fun in order to create something fresh and new. Jeanne Lottie purses are distributed by major retailers.
There are more than 15 resident goldsmiths in this boutique. They design, make and sell everything on site. You can get a one-of-a-kind piece or have them make you something that’s uniquely yours. There are also classes to learn skills like casting, enamelling and pendant making.
151 Marion St.
Custom design. Superior craftsmanship. We build each project in collaboration with the client. Taking in their sense of style and influences and reflecting it back in a fresh and unique way. We source precious gems and make colourful gold alloys to build heirloom quality. Start your custom journey today.
15 Case Goods Lane, Unit 108
Karyn Ruiz crafts all her toppers on site at this traditional millinery. Clients include Rachel McAdams and Whoopi Goldberg. Men’s, bridal, classic, romantic, casual, cocktail, and fascinator collections are featured. Custom hats can also be ordered. Karyn created iconic hats for Gord Downie’s final Canadian tour with the Tragically Hip.
462 College St.
This West Queen West neighbourhood store showcases the work of more than 100 Toronto-based jewellery designers, with a huge range of original handmade bling to choose from. Twenty independent metalworking artisans create all manner of jewellery right in the shop, which makes for a unique retail shopping experience.
1338 Queen St. W.
Designer Jennifer Shigetomi is known for creating soft and fluid shapes out of precious metals. Her work is often sculptural with clean lines and satin finished. Along with the Matsu collection, the store also stocks work by other artisans.
9 Castlefield Ave.
Award-winning jeweller Miles Mindham has been creating highly sought-after pieces for the past twenty years. Interesting shapes, elegant proportions, and a lavish use of diamonds and gemstones are characteristic of his work.
55 Avenue Rd., Yorkville Village, main level, unit 203.3
Opelle was founded in 2010 by designer Amy Malcolm out of her need to create a handbag that was simultaneously functional and aesthetically refined. The brand is conceptualized, crafted and produced in small batches in our Toronto studio. Every Opelle bag is thoughtful, responsible and unique.
Modern heirlooms of exceptional luxury. Linda Penwarden’s designs are inspired by nature and historical architecture. She offers fine jewellery in gold, platinum and sterling silver, her popular modern bridal collection, and custom design. Every piece is made with ethically sourced precious metals and gemstones, exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail.
631 Mount Pleasant Rd.
Designed and handcrafted in their studio by Gabriela and Costin Lazar, the line, in sterling, 18 karat and platinum, is exceptionally finished, with sensuous shapes. It is forward-looking yet timeless. Signature pieces include the diamond tension ring.
TANK Jewelry & Beads sells innovative glass and award winning jewelry, featuring the work of co-founders Jill Cribbin and Amy Bond, as well as other talented local artists. Shop and learn in our unique studio gallery. Classes are offered in working with glass and making flame-worked beads – our specialty.
15 Case Goods Lane, Unit 105
Shop online or visit our jewellery lounge. Book an appointment to meet with us in person to discuss your custom jewellery needs. Or take a workshop – this is the home of The Wedding Band Workshop for 13+ years, or choose from a wide array of jewellery classes.
1106 Queen St. W. (second floor)
Born in 2009, the Ynot brand is now a staple for bike messengers and recreational cyclists alike. Everything from design to production is done in-house, here in Toronto. There are pedal straps, messenger and utility bags, accessories including camera straps, wallets, coffee cozies, and other items.
500 Keele St., Unit 102
Founded in Toronto in 1957, and made in Canada, Canada Goose is a global leader in making performance luxury apparel. Informed by the rugged demands of the Arctic. Inspired by relentless innovation and uncompromised craftsmanship. From the world’s coldest places to fashion capitals, people are proud to wear Canada Goose.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre, 3401 Dufferin St., Unit 501
Sherway Gardens, 25 The West Mall
Silk-screened T-shirts for adults and kids, bags, earrings and more, with designs featuring blue jays and the city’s infamous raccoons. Order a custom e-portrait of a furry friend, person or thing.
605 Bloor St. W. (upper level)
Online fashion marketplace featuring locally-owned businesses only. Examples of brands we carry are Neoteny, Barracks Co, Huri Movement, Permanent Vacation, TeamLTD, The Good Tee, Kinda Karma Co, Daria Day, Carolyn Ferreira, and many more.
Keepin’ it local since 2009. Unisex. Fair Trade. Locally made. Muttonhead is proudly founded in Toronto. Our main focus is slow design – a counter movement to fast fashion. Incorporating slow design while using high quality, durable fabrics allows our products to outlast trends – apparel, outerwear, accessories and home goods.
163 Roncesvalles Ave.
337 Roncesvalles Ave.
Peace Collective was born after founder, Yanal wore his Toronto vs. Everybody t-shirt to a 2014 Raptors game. Peace Collective has become a destination for apparel and accessories for men, women and kids. Proudly Canadian – shop by pride. Every item purchased provides school meals to a child in need.
65 Front St. W.
131 Ossington Ave.
Designer Dax Wilkinson created a product line inspired by Canadian icons with great stories like the de Havilland Beaver and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. It includes clothing and accessories for men, women and children. This is classic clothing that, like the symbols of heritage it honours, will stand the test of time.
2829 Dundas St. W.
17 Trinity St.
Founded in Toronto, in 1973, inspired by the wilderness of Algonquin Provincial Park. Roots is a premium outdoor lifestyle brand that embodies a comfortable cabin-meets-city style, made for everyday adventures no matter where you’re headed next. Apparel and accessories for men, women and kids, including iconic sweats, leather and footwear.
Drake General Store is a traditional hotel gift shop, classic general store, flea market stand, and museum shop all rolled into one. We create + curate things that say “welcome home,” including apparel and accessories for adults and kids, home décor, lifestyle, gifts and their popular Canadiana items.
1151 Queen St. W.
176 Yonge St., Hudson’s Bay, lower level
Spacing has been creating award-winning Toronto-centric products since 2004. We work with local designers, artists, and makers to offer a unique selection of merchandise, including TTC subway buttons and neighbourhood toques. Whether you’re a visitor or a Toronto resident, the Spacing Store has something for you to celebrate this city.
401 Richmond St. W.
Proudly Canadian since 1980, this renowned Canadian brand created by Alex Tilley boasts tasteful, quick-drying, travel-friendly clothing for women and men. Tilley’s revered SPF 50+ hats are guaranteed for life against normal wear and tear. Wrinkle-resistant garments can be crumpled, so you can pack light. Secret pockets store valuables securely.
900 Don Mills Rd.
Family owned and operated since 1973, Abacus Furniture specializes in custom wood furniture that is made on site. Design your own furniture right here in the city. Residential or commercial, we do it all. We also carry a wide variety of custom Canadian made upholstery, and premium patio furniture.
915 Oxford St.
Accessories to fill your house and make it a home. From small catchalls to beautiful chandeliers, we have something to fit your interior vibe – modern or vintage-reworked. Each piece is found or repurposed with love. We want your home to be a reflection of your personal style; unique.
1024 Dundas St. W.
A Canadian tradition since 1919, Barrymore craftsmen produce outstanding custom-made upholstery in Toronto. Sofas, chairs, sectionals, and bedroom furniture are made by hand with a commitment to quality. Barrymore uses environmentally friendly materials and manufacturing processes to make the most beautiful, comfortable sofas and chairs in the world.
350 Oakdale Rd.
We are a multidisciplinary studio that emphasizes natural handmade materials and small production pieces, including our range of bags and housewares. We are a family business that believes in slow design. Each piece is made one at a time, by hand in the studio at the back of the shop.
798 Dundas St. W.
Quality furniture, hand-made in Toronto, including wood and upholstered pieces for the dining room, living room, bedroom and home office, as well as accessories. Choose from six collections, or custom order. We do everything in house. We are woodworkers. We are cabinetmakers. It’s our craft. We take it very seriously.
354 Davenport Rd., Ste. 100
Uncompromising passion in tailored furniture, lighting and interior design based in Toronto. Established in 1999, Commute Home is an interdisciplinary design firm that creates stimulating, intelligent and soulful environments and products. All of our products, lighting and installations are designed in-house and made locally.
We offer interesting and unusual home furnishings that can’t be found elsewhere, most of which we make ourselves in Toronto. We specialize in solid wood and steel tables, sofas, sectionals and sofa beds in hundreds of fabrics and leathers. Design classics, industrial/vintage pieces, storage solutions and accessories complete your look.
639 Queen St. W.
Forever Interiors specializes in custom-building quality one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture from materials that would otherwise go to landfill – reclaimed wood, new wood and other interesting stuff. We take orders for tables, benches, islands, mirrors and other furniture items, which we craft at our workshop to make your home, home.
175 Eileen Ave.
Blending a craftsman’s eye for detail with modern technologies, Jeff MacLachlan creates functional, visually impactful furniture, built to the highest standards. In-house designs are available, and an advanced custom design process so you can see an exact render of the design before the work is made. Workshop visits by appointment.
6-325 Nantucket Blvd.
With a unique perspective informed by more than 40 years of modern design history, Klaus is as iconic as the pieces within it. Come appreciate beautiful, functional and lasting design, with knowledgeable and friendly service. The Nienkämper showroom showcases their executive office furnishings, manufactured in Toronto, to the highest standards.
300 King St. E.
At Likely, we are motivated by responsible consumerism, empathy, and transparency. Everything in the shop is handmade or designed by a community of over 300 rising artists. Our focus is to provide a home for the work of women, marginalized, and non-binary folks. We also host exhibitions, events, workshops and pop-ups in the shop.
389 Roncesvalles Ave.
Lubo Brezina is a wood architect, who encourages interaction between people and raw or rural materials in an urban setting. Lubo’s designs convey structure, detail in joinery, an essence of material, and a simple aesthetic that deals with proportion and mass, in furniture, carvings, installations, sculpture and lighting.
Showcase 1659 Dundas St. W.
Studio 107-1024 Dupont St.
Established in 2005, industrial designers, architects, craftspeople and artists contribute to MADE’s treasure trove of current Canadian design. They stock exceptionally created handmade and small production pieces such as concrete clocks, log-shaped ceramic vases, reclaimed fabric napkin sets and industrial felt carriers. MADE specializes in custom products.
70 Geary Ave.
Home décor products, ready-to-go and made-to-order, in colourful and striped French fabrics. Table linen, curtains and upholstered items such as bench cushions, chairs, and patio cushions. All made in Toronto by talented and local seamstresses and upholsters.
266 Jane Street
Mjölk (Milk) is pure, honest, and essential. Started in 2009 by John and Juli Baker, Mjölk is a lifestyle shop and gallery, with an emphasis on functionality, craftsmanship, and timelessness. Exclusive product collections, collaborations with prominent international designers, are produced locally by Toronto artisans. Profiled by Dwell, Monocle & Wallpaper.
2259 Dundas St. W.
In 1998, Roots delved into the world of home furnishings. The main feature of Roots Home Design is Canadian made leather furniture, which is designed to be comfortable, modern and timeless. Custom made to your specifications our pieces are perfect for your home or office setting.
1400 Castlefield Ave.
Stylegarage furniture is custom-designed and manufactured in the GTA. Their collaborative design process ensures the perfect fit and finish for your space. They work exclusively with highly skilled fabricators to meet quality standards. Sustainable materials are sourced locally whenever possible. Stylegarage’s locally made furniture is built to last.
78 Ossington Ave.
Located in Toronto’s creative Queen West District, the Umbra Store is a uniquely engaging space to view and shop the full Umbra and Umbra Shift collections. We welcome you to touch and feel our assortment of original products and engage with our store associates and product designers in the upstairs design studio.
165 John St.
Sean and Melissa of URBAN TREE SALVAGE® founded the live edge slab table movement in Canada in 2004. They specialize in solid wood tables, accessories and other furniture for your home, office or cottage. Their showroom is open by appointment for personalized shopping. Or contact them about a custom piece.
689 Warden Ave., Unit 7
Award-winning W Studio carpet are truly “art for the fifth wall.” The W Artisan Collection includes contemporary and classic handwoven carpets. The W Dream Collection, custom-printed carpets in near photographic resolution. W Studio also offers In-Home Consultation, programs for industry, and professional cleaning and restoration services.
1330 Castlefield Ave.