CONDO SIZE-ME: Our Favourite Toronto Shops For Furnishing Your Small(er) Living Space

Get inspired and shop for modern furniture and stylish home decor at some of our favourite Toronto shops. There is perhaps no more telling form of expression than how you choose to outfit your home, after all. And even if the square footage is small, it doesn’t mean you can’t think BIG!

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Contrast Living

Promoted as a ‘Modern Canadian Concept Store’, the inventory at Contrast Living represents a cross-cultural Canadian lifestyle with a curated mix of home accessories, interior decor, custom built furniture, and gifts which cherish excellent design and quality. While some products are sourced from around the globe (like the fine Japanese pottery), all furniture pieces are custom made by hand in Toronto.


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ELTE Market

Spun off from a historic, family-owned Toronto home furnishings establishment, the newer ELTE Market is a one-stop shop that takes luxury home design to an accessible level for a stylish, yet sophisticated home aesthetic. More than any other option we’ve included, this one is geared toward the urban homeowner!


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Hopson Grace

In today’s world of disposable shopping and always-on technology, Hopson Grace aims to enrich your life with authentic products, entertaining ideas, sustainable design, and engaging events. They curate what many believe to be some of the most beautiful tableware designs from around the globe.




Opening its doors to the Toronto public in 1999, MORBA specializes in furniture, lighting, and accessories for the home and office. The mindset is modern design with a strong emphasis on Scandinavian aesthetic, bringing rare and unique, plus time-tested icons of design directly to the customer in a friendly, knowledgeable manner.


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Small Space Plus

The concept at Small Space Plus is pretty simple: find small space solutions for small space living. As such, their pieces are functional, quality made, price conscious, and visually appealing.


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