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The top 5 new home decor stores in Toronto

The top new home decor stores in Toronto will help you turn your house into a home. Whether you prefer your pad to be modern and minimalist or adorned with kitschy trinkets, the city's newest shops boast a diverse array of adornments that will help you make your mark on your living space.

Here are my picks for the top new home decor stores in Toronto.

Hopson Grace
This store carries upscale bits and bobs that will make your cooking and dining spaces on par with Ina Garten's. It also hosts a range of workshops for those looking to refine their skills in anything from etiquette to constructing the perfect flower arrangement. Serious food lovers will feel at home here.

Saudade
Want to add some Portuguese flair to your home? This decor haven will be right up your alley. It carries food, hand woven blankets, soap, kitchen utensils, as well as several small items perfect for gifting. All products are carefully curated by the owners, who have the mission of bringing Portuguese design to Toronto.

Rowan Homespun
Rowan specializes in both home decor and apothecary products. Here you'll find everything from artisan pottery to house-brewed Kombucha. The store's owner, Dominique Del Col, also stocks her own natural skincare brand, Wildwood.

Contrast Living
Contrast Living is for those who like to make bold interior design choices. Mixing bright colours and loud patters, the products on display are all about organized chaos. The store stocks items from around the globe, offering up everything from Japanese pottery to Canadian-made coffee tables.

Old Faithful
Old Faithful is chock full of minimalist pieces, ideal for anyone who likes their home streamlined to perfection. The colour scheme of both the products (and the store) is extremely neutral, sticking strictly with beige, white, grey and black.

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Photo of Saudade by Jesse Milns.


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