Where to Find the Best Antiques in Toronto

October 14th, 2016

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Antiquing is a hobby that can be well-explored in Toronto. There are so many great shops around the city, and the best part is that you never know what you’ll find. We’ve searched Toronto high and low to find the top spots in the city to find your (not so) new piece.

Addison’s Inc.

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This antique shop is a mix between film prop store, hardware store, and antique shop. If you’re looking to add a vintage feel to your home, this is the spot to find unique and useful pieces.

Hideaway Antiques
Another Roncesvalles jaunt, Hideaway Antiques focuses their inventory on furniture and cool additions to any home. If your interior design aesthetic has a retro feel, this is your one-stop shop.

Victorian Revival

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Located on Castlefield Avenue in the heart of the interior design district, Victorian Revival is the place to go for high end antique pieces. From fireplaces to lighting to the vintage clock you’ve been looking for, you will definitely satisfy your inner picker with a trip to this shop.

Cynthia Findlay Antiques

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If you want to finish off the full antique look in your home, look no further than Cynthia Findlay Antiques. This is the place to find stunning flatware and china, serving pieces, and other decor to create the perfect vintage look and feel in your home. While you’re there, make sure to check out the store’s amazing selection of vintage jewelry – you might find your next heirloom piece.