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The top 10 high end furniture stores in Toronto

The top high end furniture stores in Toronto let you outfit your home with unique, well-designed pieces that'll make all of your guests envious. You can find many of these shops along King East or head to the Castlefield Design District for even more swankier selections.

Here are my picks for the top high end furniture stores in Toronto.

Avenue Road
No, this furniture store isn't on Avenue Road; it's on Eastern Avenue in Riverside. It's inside a heritage building and is filled with iconic contemporary pieces as well as plenty of natural light to make your shopping experience a pleasant one.

Design Within Reach
Sometimes referred to as Design Not Within Reach due to the high price point (everything is in USD), this store brings big-name designers to the retail market. The King East store features lots of Eames chairs as well as pieces by Le Corbusier and manufacturers such as Herman Miller and Knoll.

Kiosk
Even if you're not in the market for a $10,000 writing desk, you should still take a stroll around Kiosk's 20,000 square-foot King East space. With lots of natural lighting and glass-enclosed nooks and crannies, you'll have fun exploring and admiring the showroom.

Klaus
Klaus's King East store is filled with trendy pieces, artwork and neon signs. Expect to find numerous European brands and showstopper pieces by Tom Dixon, Moooi and COR.

Mjölk
If money were no object, I'd gleefully buy everything at Mjölk. This small storefront in the Junction features collections from both Scandinavian and Japanese designers, resulting in a clean, parred-down aesthetic.

Hollace Cluny
This Rosedale furniture showroom is a local destination and it's well-known across Toronto for stocking a wide range of contemporary and modern pieces. If you visit, you'll likely find items by designers such as Knoll, Speke Klein and Carl Hansen & Søn.

Poliform
Like an upscale Ikea, Poliform is divided into various rooms. It features Italian-designed furniture that's decidedly contemporary. You won't find any price tags here, a sure sign that this place is upscale.

Roche Bobois
With both classic and contemporary styles, this massive furniture store at Adelaide and Parliament isn't intimidating, though its prices might be. Most of the pieces need to ordered in from Italy.

Montauk Sofa
With soaring ceilings and lots of cement, this loft-like Canadian-owned store beckons you inside where you'll find an assortment of sofas, love seats and arm chairs as well as subtle accessories, benches and coffee tables.

ELTE
This store in the Castlefield Design District is best known for its vast selection of rugs and carpets. However, it also sells various other types of furniture as well as lighting, mattresses and linens.

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Photo of Design Within Reach by Hector Vasquez.


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