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The top 10 wallpaper stores in Toronto

Wallpaper stores in Toronto offer an array of brands, products, hues and patterns ranging is size and price options. Whether you're in search of simple and soft pastels, bright and bold patterns or customizable handmade wall murals we've got your walls covered.

Here are my picks for the top wallpaper stores in Toronto.

KENDALL & Co. is both a showroom and a store open to the public and by appointment. All wall coverings are specially ordered from their books of samples. If the brand of wallpaper you're in search of is not currently in their shop, their rep can order it by request. The store also offers installation services for those looking to have the job done for them.

RADform exclusively sells one European brand, imported from Italy in over 500 different designs. Email your wall measurements to them, and they will send you a rendering of the wallpaper of your choice to scale of your exact wall size for free. Once approved, the wallpaper is produced in Italy and ships within 20 business days.

Primetime Paint & Paper
Primetime Paint & Paper is Toronto's largest wallpaper store. They offer 36 different wallpaper brands, plus 120 in stock patterns retailing from $28.99/roll. In addition to their low to mid range priced products Primetime carry wallpaper options that commonly are only available to designers - Cole & Son, Osborne & Little, William Morris & Schumacher.

Y & Co.
Y & Co. exclusively carry Kreme Wallpaper, Galbraith & Paul, Madison's & Grow, Lulu DK and Christopher Farr Cloth. They offer "unique products" and a "fun design that cannot be found anywhere else." The Gailbraith & Paul and Kreme Wallpaper collections are available to be colour customized - all products retail from $250 - $400/roll.

Are & Be
The Are & Be showroom is open to the public on Thursdays and by appointment only on all other days. They carry nine different brands imported from Italy, Netherlands and England as well as one brand from Brooklyn, New York called Flavor Paper. Wallpapers are printed to order with 4-6 weeks time.

Industrial Storm
This West Queen West shop offers three brands of wall coverings - Anya Larkin made from Japanese rice paper, Carolyn Ray, a painter who creates beautiful texture and colour nuances and Trove, who is inventive with the unique combination of imagery and environmental sound. Visit the store for a consultation and pricing.

This Toronto design studio works with interior designers, architects and clients to produce unique, brand relevant wallpapers for retail, hospitality, corporate office, nightclubs and other interiors. Custom and catalogue designs are available in Type II Vinyl, Premium Matte, recyclable PVC-free Terralon, Metallic Gold, Silver, Black and other specialty materials. Browse their website for inspiration and to contact them for your next project. Rollout ships worldwide.

Macfab carries 20+ brands of wallpaper starting at $129/per double roll. They offer everything from traditional to contemporary and modern; floral to geomentric; funky to elegant as well as murals. Macfab's inventory includes a number of high-end designer brands, Christian LaCroix is their most popular.

Farrow & Ball
Farrow & Ball sell paint from their showroom and wallpaper can be special ordered. Though Farrow & Ball wallpaper is the only brand they offer, it comes in 45 different styles and each style comes in many colour options. The most popular are Lotus, Ocelot, Acanthus and Broad Stripe. Their prices range from $170.00 to $260.00 per double roll.

New Wall
New Wall is a showroom that is by appointment only. They offer 7 different brands retailing from $125/11 yard roll. Their styles range from bold geometric patterns to whimsical free form designs to marbleized artisanal murals.

What did I miss? Add your suggestions for where to buy wallpaper in the comments.

Photo via New Wall on Facebook.

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