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Top Bathroom Fixture Shops in Toronto

Whether you’re doing a full-on bathroom reno or just want an upgrade, these shops will sort you out

By Designlines

Despite its diminutive stature, a bathroom fixture is no small purchase. Once installed, it’s inconvenient to replace it, and the sheer selection available in the city is enough to induce decision paralysis. Will you get bored of a classic, timeless look? Will you still be happy with a contemporary piece five years later? We don’t have the answer for you, but we can confidently say this: your best bet is to take your time and shop around for the right bathroom fixture. Read on to see where.

Kohler Signature Store

This won’t come as a shock, but the Kohler Signature Store is ideal for getting, you guessed it, Kohler faucets (not that that’s a bad thing). It’s not a one-trick shop, though. Other brands in the Kohler family include Kallista, Fiore Rubinetterie and Ann Sacks, making the full range of products available larger than the name would suggest. See our listing here.

 

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Aquavato

As much a boutique as it is a showroom, Aquavato’s curated selection of bathroom fixtures includes high-end labels like Gessi, Watermark Design, Axor and Graff. And yes, we sympathize, because making an actual decision with those labels on hand will be a challenge, so consider booking a consultation ahead of time. See our listing here.

 

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Cesario & Co.

If you ever need to outfit an entire washroom with luxury fixtures and can only visit a single showroom to do so, you should put Cesario & Co on your short list. Ridiculous premise aside, Cesario & Co. stocks covetable faucet brands like Aquabrass, Rubinet and Grohe alongside everything else you need in a well-appointed washroom, including tiles surfaces. See our listing here.

Atlantis Bath Centre

Don’t get too excited; this isn’t the lost city of the same name. But still, Atlantis Bath Centre is a great find, and far easier to visit. Canadian brands like Riobel and Moen are on hand, as is a roster of international labels that includes Blanco, Brizo and Sign of the Crab, amongst others. See our listing here.

Tubs

Come for the fixtures and bathroom necessities from brands like Franke, Rubi and Rohl, stay for the new collections of flooring, fireplaces and closet organizers. Better yet, don’t come at all. Instead, visit Tubs online, tour their virtual showroom and connect via Zoom with a consultant. See our listing here.

 

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Ginger’s

As the sister shop to Elte, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Ginger’s stocks high-end specialty labels like Vola, Fantini and Waterworks, so if you’re after luxe fixtures and finishes, look no further (or at the very least, put Ginger’s on your list). See our listing here.

 

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Roman Bath Centre

Should you want bathroom mainstays like American Standard and Kohler, you’re in luck. Should you want something a bit more boundary-pushing, like Kartell, you can find that, too. Either way, if you’re after bathroom fixtures, RBC is a must-stop shop. See the full listing here.

 

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Taps Bath Centre

Few showrooms bring together both quantity and quality as well as Taps. With hundreds of faucets on display at any given time, it’s easy to compare the look and feel of a huge variety of brands, including the Taps-exclusive Frederick Yorke. See the full listing here.


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