Our 6 Favourite Furniture Consignment Stores In Toronto

If you love to redecorate, but don’t always have the cash to do it, we’ve got just the idea for you. There are some incredible vintage stores around the city, but they can often get quite expensive. If you’re looking to fix up your place, you need to start shopping at consignment stores ASAP. You’ll save a ton of money and your home will actually look different from all the plain and basic Ikea furniture. Here are our six favourite consignment stores in the city:

1. A Changing Nest

Shop vintage and contemporary consignment furniture, along with houseware items.

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Location:
572 Annette St,
Toronto, Ontario

2. Of Things Past

Spacious consignment store showcasing unique high-end antique, contemporary furniture & home-decor items.


Location:
185 Bridgeland Ave,
North York, Ontario

3. Elle and Eve

Featuring a  great selection of mid-century furniture, decor items and collectables that are well laid out, in a large space.


Location:
50 Samor Rd,
North York, ON

4. Vintage Home Boutique

Shop custom sofas & chairs and funky home furnishings at this mid-century modern, custom furniture store with a Danish twist.


Location:
710 St Clair Ave W,
Toronto, Ontario

5. Around The Block

The brightly lit industrial showroom is filled with high-quality new and vintage furniture, tableware, rugs, china & art.


Location:
150 Lesmill Rd,
North York, Ontario

6. The Singing Lady

Full of fab finds and treasures for your home – Find quality home furnishings, decor and accessories!


Location:
781 The Queensway,
Etobicoke, Ontario

Featured Image: Instagram/@achangingnest

Which is your favourite furniture consignment store in Toronto? Let us know in the comments.

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