Eclectic Revival offers some of the finest period antique lighting available anywhere. They also make their own original lighting designs often created from reclaimed or re-purposed objects which are transformed into functional pieces of art. The showroom offers an array of chandeliers, wall scones, outdoor lighting, floor and table lamps as well as repair services. Styles offered include Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Victorian, and Industrial designs from the early 1900’s to present.
3075 Dundas St W
Discover the IZ Collection. An adaptive clothing line created by Canadian Fashion Designer, Izzy Camilleri. This new and revolutionary line of fashion has been specifically designed for a seated clientele. Much time, research and innovative thinking has gone into each and every piece – created with both function and fashion in mind. The transformed cuts of the collection have been developed for the sitting position of a disabled person, which not only follows the line of the body, but also eliminates fabric bulk from front, sides and back. The design features of this contemporary yet classic collection make dressing effortless for both wearer and assistant. These must-have modern basics are ready-to-wear.
2955B Dundas Street West
Metropolis Living is a home décor store devoted to industrial loft-style living. Located in The Junction neighborhood of Toronto, we collect salvaged materials, recondition them for sale, or repurpose them into signature pieces.
2989 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON M6P 1Z4
Mrs. Huizenga is not your traditional design shop. Era’s, textures and lines compete for your attention in a rush of color and pattern. Not as much a design shop as where the designers shop. Roncesvalles Village and now open in the Junction at Keele and Dundas.
387 Keele St
Toronto, ON M6P 2K9
As a forum for creative living, Narwhal fosters a commonwealth between awareness, interaction and appreciation. They established their first gallery in 2004 as part of Magic Pony and expanded to open Narwhal as an independent project space in 2008. Working as cultural mediators, Narwhal builds engaging relationships between artists, collectors, and the community. Informed by an entrepreneurial spirit, Narwhal combines a commercial gallery paradigm with a focus on innovative curatorial projects.
2988 Dundas Street W.
Building on 15 years of expertise in Toronto’s high-end optical industry, local optician and vintage frame aficionado Jordan Paul has opened an independent optical boutique in Toronto’s historic Junction neighborhood.
Opticianado specializes in iconic unused vintage eyewear and contemporary independent designers. With an artisanal approach to eyewear, Opticianado features a state-of-the-art edging lab and expert contact lens fittings on-site.
2919 Dundas Street West
M6P 1Z1 Toronto ON
This store sells a great curated collection of used books, CDs, DVDs, Bluray discs, vinyl records, and even the occasional piece of music memorabilia at great prices. They also buy used books, CDs, LPs and DVDs. This jewel of the Junction has been serving customers from all over Toronto since 2000. In December 2009 the store renovated and expanded to their record selection.
2862 Dundas St West
Canada, M6P 1Y8
The showroom features period Georgian to Post Modern architectural salvage and garden statuary.
The inventory includes architectural salvage alongside reclaimed antique curiosities.
Vintage Wall Maps on wood rollers (1940 to 1970). Garden Statuary and reliquary from diverse eras.
Architectural detail salvaged from commercial buildings, houses of worship and residences including leaded glass windows, corbels, vintage hardware, fireplace mantels, lighting and decoration.
2869 Dundas St W
Toronto, ON M6P 1Y9
Purveyors of fine goods of this great nation and abroad
390 Keele St
SMASH is a Toronto-based business founded in 2008. It operates from a 4300 square-foot showroom in the city’s west end. Owner Paul Mercer is an art history graduate with a long background in antiques, art, and salvage. The business is a well-regarded and inspiring source of high quality vintage materials, furnishings, and fixtures.
2880 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON M6P 1Y8
After a decade and a half working as a Network Producer at CBC and Global Television, in 1995, Kim Gertler launched his venture, Radar Media Company. His writing and production clients include: The Economist, Time Out London, Appleton Jamaica Rum, Discovery Channel, BRAVO!, High Times, Outpost Magazine, CTV Travel, The Globe and Mail and Constellation Wines & Spirits. Kim also helmed two of Canada’s top digital media festivals: nextMEDIA and ICE.
Kim is currently writing and producing a multi-platform wine education program and is a frequent contributor to the Shelf Life column in The National Post.
Together with Sharlene Rankin at Telephone Booth Gallery, Kim Gertler will curate the window installation at Radar Media Company.
3122 Dundas Street West
Telephone Booth Gallery exhibits contemporary Canadian art and fine craft with a focus on emerging artists working within a critical art practice.
3148 Dundas Street West