Interior designer and host of Déco Tendance on CASA
Unique, original, eco-responsible … I have a crush on this Montreal textile creation company. The two owners do handcrafted upholstery and textile printing by hand to create personalized, original and environmentally friendly fabrics.
2177 rue Masson Montreal
Lili & Théo
If you are looking for original stuff that you don’t see anywhere else to enhance a baby’s room, the Lili & Théo store is full of toys so magnificent that they can easily become decoration accessories. The online store also makes it possible to carry out a good preliminary location, a significant advantage for designers in need of time.
650, Fleury Est Montreal
This Quebec artist tinkers with surprising wooden lights. Entirely made in Quebec, these plant lights are fashioned from local wood species, such as white and red cherry, oak and maple. Do not miss!
Sale at the workshop, by appointment.
This tiny shop is one of a kind. The owner makes lights and lampshades from recycled materials. We can even bring her our own old things, and the recuperative craftswoman uses it to create a magnificent exclusive lamp.
915, rue Saint-Joseph Beloeil
I love this address for high-end ecological furniture for children. The store distributes certain collections of the Dwell brand, beds and cribs by American designer David Netto, formaldehyde-free products, non-toxic paints … In short, everything to wrap our little angels with softness and purity!
4278, chemin de la Côte-de-Liesse Mont-Royal
Suffice to say the truth, this tiny shop does not look mine. We can however find everything for our home: duvet covers, exotic cushions, ethnic rosewood wardrobes, oriental rugs …
1635, rue Bélanger Montreal
In addition to their pretty Indonesian furniture in recycled wood, I succumb to their patchwork style rugs repainted in dapper colors of fuchsia, mauve, turquoise … Perfect for filling up with vibrant colors!
4412, boulevard Saint-Laurent Montreal
Let’s make it clear right away: we don’t visit this warehouse store for its decor, variety or service. You never know what our visit has in store for us. We can go there a dozen times without ever finding anything … As they distribute end-of-collection items, the luckiest can however come across magnificent forgotten treasures, like a superb clock costing $ 25 instead of several hundred of dollars.
13 505 Sherbrooke Street East Montreal (Pointe-aux-Trembles)
Design, Retro and Kitsch
This Facebook page joins a large community of designers, stylists and design enthusiasts. Each week, Stéphane St-Arnaud displays new items, furniture and objects from the 40s to the 80s. His mission? Reuse and revive designer and retro furniture in good condition. Formerly at the St-Michel Flea Market, he is currently looking for a new place. If we fall for an object, it moves and comes to us thanks to its “Retromobile” service. Attention, the finds fly away quickly!
This non-profit organization works to safeguard the architectural heritage. We are renovating our house and we want to dispose of our stained glass, taps, moldings and clawfoot in an ecological way? Éco-Réno buys our equipment in order to resell it. So there are old moldings, door handles in the antique style, authentic plumbing … It is sometimes expensive, but the detour is worth it.
6631 avenue Papineau Montreal
Ella & Elliot
To find really chic and ecological furniture for children, this is a very interesting address.
Stores in Vancouver and Toronto, online elsewhere!
Stéphanie Lévesque specializes in the manufacture of furniture and accessories from recycled cardboard. Beyond style, quality, originality and solidity are also there.
An artist and eco-designer from here who remodels furniture and makes pretty decorative cushions from old sweaters. Beautiful!