For a moment, forget feng shui, resist Scandinavian furniture supremacy and put your parents’ hand-me-downs out of your mind – you want a stylish, comfortable place that’s you (minus the flaws). Here, Montreal’s finest furniture shops.
Each table, desk, sideboard and dresser at Artemano combines class with culture, simplicity with elegance. The teak and rosewood pieces occasionally come with Eastern touches, and they’re lightly varnished, so their natural beauty shines through. 1816 Le Corbusier Blvd. (Laval), 9600 Leduc Blvd. (Brossard).
No single style dominates at Celadon, which combines elements of 14 collections. Choose between a flashy silver dresser by Julian Chichester, a sleigh bed as conceived by Calvin Klein Home or a Bauhaus-inspired console table by Bolier, among others. 186 Peel St.
Founded in France in 1950, Roche Bobois specializes in avant garde design. Feast your eyes on the contemporary collection’s stunning Rythme modular sofa, the glass, stainless steel and cherry wood Arbalette dining table and the Dolce Lounge white leather armchair. 505 President Kennedy Ave.
With its wide array of European and North American collections, Latitude Nord offers furnishings for your entire home, from doors to light fixtures, carpets to vases. 4400 St. Laurent Blvd.
Inject a little attitude into your abode with Léo Victor’s ultra-modern tables and chairs, such as the Twin Castle chair set and the Sofia side table. There are also complementary décor items, both major (fireplaces) and minor (flower pots). 2480 Notre Dame St. W.
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