mjolk

Mjolk

Mjölk is an interior design store in the Junction . Pronounced mi-yelk and meaning, wait for it...milk, this seemingly odd moniker perfectly befits the aesthetic and ethos of the Swedish-centric store.

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As the offspring of Scandinavia-philes John Baker and Juli Daoust, Mjölk is a chapel for Nordic homeware, and has all the tacit qualities of a long glass of Harmony.

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Baker and Daoust decided to open the store together after years of collaborative vintage furniture scavenging hunts and renovations, which were inspired by their collective love of interior refurbishment.

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They originally intended to open a vintage store but became increasingly interested in Scandinavian design, a mutual passion which coalesced while on a working vacation in Sweden and Denmark.

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Mjölk stocks a wide range of home furnishings by Scandinavian designers, ranging from dish cloths to book cases, all of which are sourced from abroad and imported into Canada by the store.

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Pared-down wooden tables with felt covered chairs vie for attention with stained wood rocking chairs, minimalist lighting fixtures and fetchingly functional tableware.

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As they began collecting the inventory for Mjölk, Baker and Daoust became more interested in Japanese designers, noting the crossover of clean, functional design inherent in both Scandinavian and Japanese furnishings.

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Photos by Andrew Williamson.


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