Skip to Main Content

Yes, sophistication abounds at Mjölk.

At Mjölk, a mix of Scandinavian home accessories and Japanese craftwork mingles with antiques, heritage Danish furniture from House of Finn Juhl, and contemporary, made-to-last pieces from De La Espada, &Tradition, Frama and Maruni. Among its many exclusive pieces are in-house collaborations with international designers – including tea light holders by Italy’s Luca Nichetto, which mix Murano glass with Toronto-produced brass – as well as Douglas fir stools from Norway’s Anderssen & Voll.



Your Weekly Dose of Modern Design

Sign up for the Designlines weekly newsletter to keep up with the latest design news, trends and inspiring projects from across Toronto. Join our community and never miss a beat!

Please fill out your email address.

The Magazine

Get the Latest Issue

From a sprawling family home in Oakville to a coastal-inspired retreat north of the city, we present spaces created by architects and interior designers that redefine the contemporary.

Designlines 2024 Issue