Furnishly is a marketplace that brings physical store inventory online, all in one place, in a well arranged and practical manner, allowing Torontonians to furnish their interiors with quality pieces without experiencing the stress and frustration of going through unorganized piles of random used pieces.
Travel back in time and look at some of beautiful historic photographs documenting important events, daily life, and the changing of Toronto.
…of Things Past is a unique furniture store that carries used furniture as well as new items that other shops consign with them. The store first opened its doors back in 1996 and now operates an enormous 22,000-square-foot showroom with approximately 20 employees.
Frontier Sales Furniture is a very popular used furniture store that has been around since 1981. The store is owned and operated by Dan and Renee Glazier, a successful brother and sister team. Renee is in charge of all the retail operations, while Dan takes care of purchasing and appraisal, and the store is managed by Vicki Blasioli, who has been with the Frontier Family for over ten years.
Let’s have a look at these colourful and expressive wall paintings from the other point of view than the angry citizen, from the side of the artists.
Over the course of its history, Toronto and its suburbs have diverted, dried up, and paved over at least a dozen little waterways, many of which were tributaries of the Don River. A few creeks and streams have survived in the ravines, carving green grooves though the city and offering havens to wildlife and joggers, but many have, in fact, been lost.
The magnificent castle Casa Loma attracts thousands of tourists and locals every year, belonging to one of the top destinations in Toronto.
Toronto's largest municipal park spanning over 161 hectares of land, High Park was opened to the public in 1876.
Greektown Taste of the Danforth sponsored by Pilaros is one of Toronto's signature events organized by Toronto's local communities every summer.
Founded in 1858, this remarkable green oasis of Allan Botanical Gardens in Toronto belongs to one of its oldest parks.
Cabbagetown belongs to Toronto's most picturesque neighbourhoods. See for yourself, walking past beautiful Victorian houses with nice gardens.
How beautiful a sunrise with fog and haze can be. Grant MacDonald loves to take pictures because it makes him slow down.