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    SIMONS Part 14

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    An excellent place to get that chocolate brown leather couch you’ve always wanted. Head to Laval, just behind the Coliseum movie theatre, to experience Arte Pelle. It has 16,000 square feet of leather goods, including clothes, from the same family that brought us Rudsak. It also has wooden reproduction pieces, TV armoires and sofas from Canadian suppliers like Palliser, Lexington and Bernhardt.
    1950 Pierre-Péladeau Ave., Laval

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Wiliam Ashley
    Everyone we know has been married in Toronto has registered here because it has the largest, most beautiful selection of china, crystal and silverware, not to mention the everyday plates, appliances and accessories.
    55 Bloor St. W. and Square One Shopping Centre Dr., Mississauga

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Ginger’s Bath Centre
    Owned by the same team behind Elte, Ginger’s is known throughout the city as the place to go for bathroom fixtures, particularly those items that truly pamper. Find the best shower heads, the most relaxing whirlpools, the most luxurious towels. Yummy.
    95 Ronald Ave.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Here you’ll find custom furniture, bathroom accessories and more, but the store has most notably gained attention for the T-Shirt Tub Rug, a bath mat made from cotton Ts in bold colours. We love them!
    351 Eglinton Ave. W.

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    The go-to store for gifts, Zone has everything from martini tools and Trudeau pepper mills to shower curtains and ladybug fridge magnets. The hottest new gift item is the Camembert set of cheese plates by Bra, packaged in a round, red box. Don’t miss the Pordamsa line of stylish and affordable sushi accessories from Spain and the dazzling tube light series by Tubing. Picture frames by Umbra and Nexxt are winning staples.
    5014 Sherbrooke St. W., Westmount (514-489-8901); 4246 St. Denis St. (514-845-3530) 555 Côte-des-Neiges Rd. (514-343-5455)

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    EN Provence Inc.
    It’s either your kind of place or it itsn’t (though we don’t know many people who aren’t slightly enchanted with the south of France). Be sure to look upstaris too, Souleiado wallpaper and fabrics (and look for the discounted basket of fabrics). A great spot for gifts.
    20 Hazelton Ave.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    The Kitchen and Glass Place
    It has everything here: half-litre wine decanters, colourful plastic glasses and plates for the patio—absolutely everything you need to be a great host.
    840 Yonge St.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Urban Mode
    This is the place to find vibrant, unconventional and fun wares. Urban Mode has everything from sexy sofas to glamorous bath accessories. It specializes in clever furniture for space-conscious urbanites living in condos and lofts. There are smaller-scale sofas, such as the Boogie Woogie chaise sectional in a ’50s geometric bubble-print fabric ($2,298), and modular shelving systems that can be configured to fit the teensiest space. The range of great kitchen products includes breadboxes from Eva Solo or Stelton and Umbra garbage cans. Don’t forget to check out both the lower and upper levels.
    389 Queen St. W.

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    “Jesus is my Homeboy,” screams the new ball caps and T-shirts at Urban Outfitters, where irreverence rules the day. It’s got a selection of funny bath soaps such as Pope-on-a-rope, Mr.-T-on-a-rope and Homer-on-a-rope. Sink into the new dish chair or butterfly chair while hugging one of the outsized velvet cushions.
    1246 Ste. Catherine St. W.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Zing Home
    Zing, located in a former auto-body garage, is all about industrial minimalism. Designers Rebecca Malonowich and Mark Rutherford have created a sleek line of furniture and housewares made from steel. They also sell select furnishings and accessories by local artists and international designers. Zing’s wall-mounted steel coat racks ($48) in swirls and flowers are pretty cool.
    293 Palmerston Ave.

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Sérénité has gauze tablecloths with velour trim by Côté Bastide, which also makes antique candle mounts and hand-blown glass jars. Don’t miss the Prince Jardinier line of garden tools, created by a real Italian prince ( or chef Alain Ducasse’s oak buffets with an antique finish and lattice cabinet doors. He also designed a sturdy birch chopping block and steak knife set with horn handles. On the more delicate side, there’s hand-blown Venetian glass by design guru Mathias.
    Complexe Les Ailes

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Spotted Zebra
    The place to go to pick up the perfect house-warming gift. Owner Juditha Sakinofsky is now selling drop-dead fab, vintage-style children’s suit-cases ($25 to $45) that can be used for storage. Very popular are little starter kits that contain four terra cotta pots and lavender, thyme, oregano and sage seeds ($36). There are also awesome vintage-style wall clocks with mid-century advertisements for ice cream, gasoline and trains ($65).
    390 Dupont St

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Teatro Verde
    A slightly expensive but highly inspirational spot for great gifts or home accents. The flower arrangements are extraordinary, and you can pick up the entire fabulous line of Fresh beauty products.
    87 Avenue Rd.

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Quirky Quebec-made items abound, with patchwork pillows from Jenny Cram and hand-painted coffee tables from Michael Thomson. Playful painted glassware comes via Artifou, Rachel Yane and Fancy Design, while the Clayboys in Toronto send in their astrology wall plaques. There’s a full selection of Sid Dickens’ Memory Block Collection, including ceramic plaques with narrative flair. And this is where to get your plastic Scoopies gloves to curb your dog
    4928 Sherbrooke St. W., Westmount

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Swank destination for customized bedding and window treatments, using high-end fabrics like Jab and traditional standbys from Robert Allen. This is the exclusive store for St. Roch’s French tablecloths and sublime Swedish mattresses from Tempur. The newest must-see line is Santens from Belgium, with exquisite table runners, dishtowels and tablecloths.
    1116 Bernard Ave.

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    It’s all Provence, all the time. That sunny region of France provides most of the store’s products, including the full line of pottery from Bleu d’Argyle and Té Comme Terre, plus a new line of guinea fowl ceramics by artisans. Colourful table linens and chair cushions by Vent du Sud are sure to enliven our Canadian patios and kitchens. This year, find a line of pottery from Florence. Imagine.
    4859 Sherbrooke St. W., Westmount (514-369-7888); 1061 Laurier Ave. W. (514-276-7474) 4077 St. Denis St. (514-845-6867).

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Mesmerized by the photo-velum lamps with Manhattan cityscapes? Now they’ve got country scenes, too, and European village scenes. Masculine leather accessories put this gift store on the map, but its mission is expanding. Try the WoodenZoo 3-D puzzles and the executive toys, or try on the Mommy & Me bracelets at the cash register.
    4945 Sherbrooke St. W., Westmount

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    A bastion of high-end giftware. New to Ogilvy’s selection is the famed Meissen monkey ornament line from Germany, plus the dinner sets. Still expect posh brands with Boutique Lalique (514-843-3000), Pavillon Christofle (514-987-1242) and Louis Vuitton (514-849-6520).
    1307 Ste. Catherine St. W.

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Known for its stationery, Origami also has sexy candles from Parks of London, with their hammered silver and wooden containers. I’m still raving about the Rigaud scented candles and room sprays, not to be outdone by Manuel Canovas’ scented candles from France. Also find enamel photo frames by jeweller Jay Strongwater, plus his little bejewelled boxes, napkin rings and candle bases. Consider Jill Schwartz’s journals or the leather albums and guest books from Italy by Daisy Arts.
    1369 Greene Ave., Westmount

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Interior Excessories
    Known for beautiful custom raw-silk curtains in many shades, including cream, sage and champagne (starting from $130 per panel). Custom-made cushions, coffee tables, pine dressers, lamps, candles and more.
    805 Queen St. W.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Joan Eiley in Designer’s Walk
    Joan Eiley’s 5,000-square-foot showroom is filled with the finest of things, carrying top lines such as Jeup, Serban and Kolkka. Also, Bausman & Company, which makes tables, chairs, armoires, chests of drawers and beds made of walnut or alder. There is also Joan Eiley Toronto, a special collection of fine upholstery—sofas, loveseats, dining chairs, etc.—which is a little more reasonably priced.
    326 Davenport Rd.

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    Gleeful novelty items. The buzz is deafening about E the cheeky French artist “100drine” (get it?) and her line of photo albums, metallic boxes and plates. Kabane is the store for scented candles or Photo Friends frames by La Chaise Longue. Kabane also has soaps and the heavenly Eau de Linge laundry spray, both from La Compagnie de Provence Marseille.
    1061 Bernard Ave. W., Outremont

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Get damp in the water bar at Exos, with over 30 brands of spring water. New import bottles include Spa from Belgium, Alaska Glacier water and YNR from France with essence of fruit. Staples include Voss water from Norway with a bottle designed by Calvin Klein, St. Georges water from Corsica designed by Philippe Starck and Wattwiller water from Alsace with a “cognac bottle” designed by Martine Schreck. Tip: Exos has titanium, high-tech earrings by Boccia and stainless-steel jewellery by Teno from Germany.
    361 Emery St

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Leather log baskets and desk mats from Arte & Cuoio come in tones of brown, butternut squash and moss green, while L’Antica’s hand-painted apothecary jars turn heads beside artisan candles from Millefiori in Italy. Also exclusive in Montreal is Holt’s range of Proietto Perle glass bottle stoppers and Forme calendars inspired by 1950s icons. Expect to be dazzled by the hand-blown glass by Emmanuel Babled and the Melograno Blu glass votives.
    1300 Sherbrooke St. W.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    This gorgeous store should not be missed, if only for its decadent, white dinnerware handmade in Quebec or the Newmark luxury loop bath mats.
    1579 Bayview Ave.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Constantine Interiors Inc.
    Stocks everything from furniture to lighting to home accessories like throws and pillows. Check out the Fortuni reproduction lights that are handmade in Venice.
    416-929-1177 and 866-929-1177
    1110 Yonge St.

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    This elegant storefront feels like an art gallery, presenting Italian and Scandinavian blown glass alongside dinnerware signed by Russell-Wright, Fire-King, Mikasa and Metlox. The comprehensive pottery selection includes originals from Canadian, American and European masters. Check out the wooden table lamps by Daniel Lemieux with maple veneer and mobiles by Mario Laroche. The newest addition is jewellery by Micheline de Passillé-Sylvestre.
    3901 St. Denis St.

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Eggshell is the way to give your loft a cozy glow in winter. Décor has a new cache of eggshell tables, lamps and vases from Vietnam that practically illuminate from within. Also enjoy the store’s exotic imports from Morocco, India, Thailand, China, Mexico and the U.S. There are urns, tassels, chandeliers, bronze deity statues and some tables in coconut bark from the Philippines. But the 500-strong selection of lamps, in various materials, is the store’s trademark: bamboo, shells, beaded trim, leather, wood veneer and bone-sculpted trim.
    4229 Ste. Catherine St. W., Westmount

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Trendy is the norm at this funky store that stocks modular plastic go-go curtains with ’70s-style patterns. Casa Luca has a bright new line of frog- and flower-patterned items by Pylones in France, and a set of heavy glass Love plates with a matte finish. Look at the Egg Scale from Vice Versa while admiring yourself in the huge Italian mirrors made of metal cut-out flowers painted with silver powder.
    1354 Fleury St. E.

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    If it’s wacky, it’s here. Muse on the Koziol line of funny dishwashing utensils with feet, the juicers or the towel holders shaped like a dog, along with shocking shower curtains and soap dispensers. There’s less audacious, hand-painted glassware by Quebec designer Artifou, plus ceramic animals by Ketto of Quebec. Across the street at CHEZ FARFELU CURIOSITÉ (843 Mont-Royal Ave. E., 514-528-6251), the show-stopping window says it all: This is a madcap emporium of good ideas. Get a positive vibe from the hippie curtains made of plastic ovals, flowers, frogs or monkeys. Idea Nuova’s camping-style chairs also sport frogs and monkeys. Regular stock includes greeting cards, balloons, wrapping accessories, stationery and an army of Groovy Girls.
    838 Mont-Royal Ave. E.

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    Visit all three floors of this French accessories store and marvel at the Parisian lamps by Lieux. The bird motif is charming, cast in bronze and iron. Also noteworthy is the selection of tablecloths by Le Jacquard Français and the Forestier lamps.
    251 Laurier Ave. W.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Bianco Plus Housewares
    Get lots of kitchen appliances and fun gift ideas in this squishy little place: from the lamb’s wool duster and the leopard-print shopping cart to the funky snack and sandwich trays and the stainless-steel dog bowl. All sorts of placemats, oven mitts and aprons. Good selection of glass vases at reasonable prices.
    130 Avenue Rd.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    Bullet, which just celebrated its 4th anniversary, is crammed full of contemporary home accessories—everything from funky Bamboo vases ($135) and picture frames to mirrors, lamps and magazine racks. The leather waste bin ($110), which really shouldn’t be used for garbage, is so darned cute. There is even a bath section with cool apothecary jars, green tea soap and pretty face cloths. According to staffer Ricky Douglas, all things made of cork are huge these days. “Cork trays, boxes and cubes are selling like crazy.”
    781 Queen St. W

    Home – Accessories, Montreal
    An urban oasis for design possibilities. Plant yourself down on a butterfly stool by Yanagi and admire the Red Flower candles and Gio Ponti flatware. Max Brenner’s sensational chocolates from Israel are all the rage, along with Rescue Beauty nail polish
    777 Ste. Catherine St. W.

    Home – Accessories, Toronto
    For silver and glass, try Amarynth (named after the mythical flower that is forever blooming). The store sells five or six lines of silverware and eight lines of Venetian glass, including the Seguso line.
    131 Bloor St. W.

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