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Turn Your Living Room Into A Delightful Family Den

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The perfect sofas, tables, storage, lamps and rugs for relaxing and entertaining in a bustling family home

Tobi ModBox

Like building blocks for grown-ups, these shelves can be arranged to suit your setup. Mix things up by choosing from three sizes and two finishes. From $100, at EQ3, 222 King St E (Also 51 Hanna Ave, Ste #3)

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Aldo Taccona Intense by byHenzel

Hand-tufted from New Zealand wool, this vibrant area rug packs more colour than a box of Crayola crayons. From $4750, at Relative Space/Floorworks, 330 King St E

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Bookends by Jonathan Adler

Resting on a solid-wood base, this ceramic Moby Dick is great for a library that’s a mix of Melville and picture books. $220, at Mi Casa, 238 Carlton St

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Alto ottoman by Monte

Colourful on the inside, sophisticated on the outside, this piece offers plenty of toy storage and a foot rest. $295, at Ella + Elliot, 188 Strachan Ave

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Match coffee table

The three tiers created by these two overlapping tables offer plenty of space for colouring books, remotes and adult beverages. From $810, at Calligaris, 170 King St E

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Truck stool by Manny Simon

Finished in bright red, non-toxic paint,  this fun nesting chair doubles as a step stool. $120, at Advice From a Caterpillar, 8 Prince St

Originally published in our Fall 2014 issue.

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