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New site lets you shop Toronto furniture stores online

In a city saturated with awesome design stores, shopping local should be a breeze when it comes to furnishing your place. Problem is, not every customer has hours to spend going store-to-store looking for the perfect throw pillow to fill that maddening gap on their couch. A new Toronto-based startup, Fetchpad, aims to bridge that gap, giving shoppers an easier way to hunt for fresh decor items (or, at the very least, some stellar eye candy).

The site's offerings currently include more than 8500 selections from stores across Toronto, including Decorium, Casalife, BoConcept and Mjolk; click "buy now" on that vase or sofa you've been eyeing, and it'll forward you on to the retailer's site to complete the purchase. Even if you're not looking to pull out your VISA, it still makes it easy to scroll through some of the best eye candy Toronto's design scene has to offer.


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