Let’s face it, most of us Torontonians are living in less than 1,200 square foot studio apartments, and with such a small space, every single inch counts. Making the most of your space requires a lot of planning and browsing, and if you know where to go, it doesn’t have to break the bank. If you’re looking to decorate or spruce up your space with affordable furniture, these Toronto stores have you covered.
Here are the 10 best places to get trendy and affordable furniture in the city.
Located in the Castlefield Design District, Elte MKT is the lower-priced sister retailer of Elte, which is nearby. Here you’ll find more budget-friendly options that are definitely as chic as what you can find at Elte, but priced lower so you won’t jump when you see your total at the cash register.
We couldn’t write this list and not include worldwide fave, IKEA. Not only is IKEA fun to browse even if you’re not on the furniture hunt, but it’s filled with an array of affordable and unique pieces.
With prices being more affordable than you could ever believe, Structube is your budget’s best friend. The retailer’s style leans more modern and contemporary and you can find everything from living room, bedroom, dining room, and office furniture all in-store.
Located in the north end of Toronto, Around The Block is a consignment store that’s more than worth the travel. With everything from contemporary and vintage, to antique home furnishings, you’ll have a hard time choosing what vibe you want your space to give off.
Elle & Eve is possibly one of the chicest consignment store there ever was. What started as a passion project by two sisters is now a well known destination. Expect to find unique vintage pieces here, as well as modern furnishings, and lots of decor!
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The name may make it sound like a place for outdated furniture, but truthfully, you can find some modern, contemporary second-hand gems at Of Things Past. The prices here are related to the value, so the longer the item stays in the shop, the lower the price goes. Do with that what you will, we’re just saying that it might be worth it to wait a week or two before cashing out.
If you’re in the market for a new unique piece for your home, we suggest starting your hunt at the Habitat For Humanity ReStore. All the items here have been donated and with your purchase, you’re doing something good for your community and the environment.
If your space is feeling a bit bland and in need of a little help, head to A Changing Nest. This consignment store’s eclectic adorable mix of used furniture includes everything from kitchen and dining items to couches, and is staged so beautifully, you’ll leave with some ideas for your own home.
The Singing Lady is a consignment store that’s decked out with a variety of furniture ranging from modern to vintage. This 13,000 square foot space is one location with two spaces only 67 steps away from one another. Both are filled with fabulous finds and you never know what you’ll find here, but surely it will be at a good price.
Last but certainly not least is HomeSense. In addition to all the trendy and affordable furniture options available in store, the retailer also has loads of decor, accessories, and essentials available, too. So not only can you grab a chic bookshelf, but you can snag all the cookbooks you need to fill it out.
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