This wonderfully trendy home decor shop opened its doors in 2013 in Toronto. Spruce is located on 455 Parliament Street, right in the heart of Cabbagetown.
This colourful Toronto neighbourhood is known as the largest area of preserved Victorian housing in all of North America, and also includes the Don River Valley along with a variety of restaurants and cafes.
Spruce sells unique handmade home decor and accessories.
Founded by long-time neighbourhood residents, Kim Alke and Tate Sameshima opened the shop to showcase local talent.
From mirrors and glassware to restored vintage furniture and kids' toys, Spruce Toronto's assortment features pretty much everything you ever need for your home.
New inventory is added daily, so best to keep your eye out for the next great find. Inventory is brought into the store in small batches, so if you spot something you love, don't hesitate to make a purchase.
Inside the store, the aesthetic is modern yet rustic with large white walls, a beautiful brick wall, and wood accents all around the store.
The inventory of Knick Knacks makes the Parliament Street store the best place to browse for gifts.
With so many things to choose from, there's something that'll suit everyone's taste. Not to mention, you'll be supporting Canadian makers like Clark & James, soy candles from Montreal; Bare Skin Bar, skincare from Vancouver; Alveole, honey sourced from hives across Toronto; and many more.