You no longer have to trek to Liberty Village to get your hands on West Elm’s covetable designer home goods.
That’s right, the popular furniture chain will be opening its second Toronto location near Yonge and Eglinton just in time for spring.
The new location will take over 2434 Yonge Street and will feature a sprawling 16,295 square-foot store where you can find all your home decor needs.
Inside shoppers will find a cash wrap inspired by Toronto’s waterfront, that’s been depicted in a hand-painted art panel of the Toronto skyline featuring local landmarks, historic buildings and modern skyscrapers.
New to this location will be locally-made products from seven Toronto-based makers and designers, including The Neighbourhood Unit, Claire Manning, Daily City Train, Hubbub Paper Co., Son of a Woodcutter, The Good Bar, and Xenia Taler alongside West Elm’s regular collections.
While the new location officially opens its doors to the public on February 15, West Elm is hosting a pre-opening party to celebrate on February 14 from 6 to 8 pm. The pre-party is open to the public and interested shoppers can RSVP here.