Gear up for this weekend’s shopping spree with our guide to the city’s top deals on sofas, lighting, clocks and more
Everyone likes having time to mull over a purchase. Do you need that new set of pendants? How much use will that bar cart really see? The floating media shelf looks good now — what about a year from now? We get it — smart buying takes time. But now? Now, it’s Black Friday.
It’s the one time of year where quick decisions and an educated impulse can yield the best piece you didn’t know you needed. And not only do we get it, we got you: below, our curated guide to Toronto’s best Black Friday deals.
On the lookout for industrial-chic wares and modern accessories? Score 10 per cent off all Ethnicraft solid wood furniture, modern beds, tables and chairs and 20 per cent off all JotterGoods from November 27 to December 2. Check out the sale here.
Because Toronto-made is better, snag 49 per cent off select floating nightstands, wall hooks, stools and benches until December 2 at 11:59 p.m. Our favourites include the Buoy Floating Nightstand, made by hand (in Toronto, or course) by carpenter and designer Dustin Kroft. Check out the sale here.
From November 27 – 30, save 25 per cent on all glass collections in the Artemide Design Collection. The best of the bunch? The Eclisse Lamp, an old favourite that functions as a chic bedside lamp. Check out the sale here.
You can have your tea and drink it too. On November 29, spend $99 and receive a pair of Eva Mugs along with one of VIVA’s luxury teas for free! This deal only applies to the first 50 customers, so act fast!
Until December 1, receive 15 per cent off the entire BoConcept collection, and 60 per cent off the Osaka Sofa in three Leeds fabrics: petrol, light grey and dark grey. Still hungry for more of our design must haves? Check out Carmo Sofa and Copenhagen Shelving — the perfect modular wall system to help you showcase those Insta-worthy art books. Check out the sale here.
Until December 9, save up to 30 per cent off sophisticated furnishings and Italian designs, and up to 80 per cent (as in most of the cost) off on select floor models and clearance items. In-store only. Check out the sale here.
Forget shopping (but just for a second). On Friday, November 29, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., head to Knife for a night of free drinks, jazz and, naturally, razor-sharp Japanese steel. Special guests include Tomo Hasegawa, second generation president of Mcusta knives in Seki, Japan, and the Adam Cesarone Jazz trio. Save the date!
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