If you’re looking to refurnish your home, why not opt for custom built furniture? While this can sometimes be a bit more costly, investing in custom made pieces allow you to completely tailor your space to fit you perfectly! By choosing to go with custom-made furniture, you can easily build the home of your dreams.
Take a peek at our roundup of the best places to shop for custom furniture in Toronto:
When it comes to furnishing your forever home, you shouldn’t settle for anything less than the best. And with Habitat Decor, you don’t have to. By developing close relationships with suppliers, designers, and other furniture makers, Habitat Decor is able to provide the highest of quality designs at super competitive prices. Custom designs for sofas, tables, and more start at just $399 depending on size, style, and material, and are built to last you a lifetime.
While the showroom is located in Whitby, a visit to Habitat Decor is worth the drive for the level of service they provide. No matter the size of the project, Habitat Decor goes above and beyond to ensure the customer gets exactly what they want — working alongside to plan, deliver, and install the piece to ensure the customer’s vision. The entire process — from choosing the style, fabric, stain, size, and little details like the legs on a sofa to the actual design — takes 6-10 weeks, and the final product is delivered straight to the customer’s front door, wherever they’re located in the GTA. Visit Habitat Decor at 1650 Dundas St. East in Whitby, where they’re open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
With a workshop located in the heart of the Junction, Caveman Build and Supply Co. is at your beck and call for all your custom design needs. With a speciality in optimizing small and quirky spaces, the owners have been building beautiful conversation pieces and space solutions since 2017. A quick gander through Caveman Build and Supply Co.’s Instagram, and you’ll find that they create the most gorgeous pieces — and only with the finest metal and locally sourced wood, too. Not to mention, they work directly with you to cut down on costs and save you money, which is a total win! Visit Caveman Build and Supply at their workshop located at 2186 Dundas St. West.
Rebarn is revered as a go-to for custom furniture by Torontonians, and for good reason. Rebarn takes salvaged lumber and creates gorgeous custom made pieces with it. If you’re looking to add an industrial or rugged vibe to your home, this is the spot for you! Each piece is truly unique and has some serious character. Visit Rebarn at 1611 Dupont St.
Son of a Woodcutter specializes in handcrafted wood pieces that are made with care and integrity. They focus on gorgeous dining room tables that will brighten up your space and give your home a modern feel! You choose the design, size, and colour of legs and tabletop, and the Son of a Woodcutter team does the work, with prices starting at around $1500. In addition to tables for your home, they also help add character to corporate spaces with boardroom tables that’ll have any team and their clients talking. Visit the showroom at 22 Ingram Dr., Unit 3 in North York — just make sure to schedule an appointment first!
Heidi Earnshaw Design is a small studio in the city, located at 225 Sterling Rd., that focuses on wood furniture. Inspired by Japanese and Scandinavian woodworking, these pieces have clean lines and careful detailing. If you’re looking for a sleek, minimalistic feel for your space, we have no doubt that you will love these pieces! They are simple, modern, and absolutely gorgeous. With recognition from the Toronto Arts Council, the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts, her work proves that furniture is art.
Located in the Distillery District at 15 Case Goods Lane, Akroyd Furniture has been around since 1997. They design everything with you in-house and make it right here in the city, too! Akroyd Furniture uses amazing materials to create their pieces such as local woods, steel, stone, leather, and glass to give your home a sleek feel. From beds and cabinets to kitchens and dining room sets, and even store interiors, they’re able to take on whatever your home or business needs.
Bread&Butter has been around since 2013 and specializes in creating reclaimed wood furniture, shelves, and one-of-a-kind feature walls. They are all about bringing out the natural beauty and character of the materials they use, and they do a great job of it! If you’re looking to add a cozy, rustic vibe to your space, you have to check out Bread&Butter. Visit the studio at 131 Jersey Ave.
Featured Image: Courtesy of Habitat Decor
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