Home & Garden in Oshawa

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We specialize in the sale and restoration of antique and fine furniture. We have been serving the GTA since 1983 and are known for are high quality craftsmanship, our finish, our wide selection of unique pieces, and our dedication to customer service and satisfaction.

3255 14th Ave
Markham,
ON
CA

Stacking up more than 30 years of experience between them, the technicians of Home Pro Exterior Services defend houses from the occasional harshness of Canadian weather and wildlife. They sure-footedly scale ladders to repair roofs and scoop eavestroughs and downspouts clear of natural debris, which helps prevent flooding. Once aloft, they often examine rooftops for 15 points of common stress and indicators that animals may have found entrance into the house or RSVP'd for an upcoming potluck dinner. Should critters be cohabitating with owners, technicians can humanely remove them, release them back into the wild, and repair the offending entry point.

9251 Yonge St.
Richmond Hill,
ON
CA

New Classic compiles a warehouse worth of retail and wholesale cookware, knives, and tableware as well as home furnishings from cabinets to chandeliers. Its expansive showroom abounds with houseware from Versace, Armani, and Swarovski to enable keeping up with the Joneses and their gold-leaf washing machine. The shop's overseas agents and buyers in Europe and Asia scout the globe to maintain a unique selection of housewares and gifts.

100 Doncaster Ave
Thornhill,
ON
CA

Buyers of today's deals will pick up their comforters at Dreams Bed Bath Home Decor, where they will also receive a voucher good for 15% off all other merchandise. Duvets come with a 5-year warranty.

215 Spadina Avenue
Toronto,
ON
CA

Stacaro whips unembellished homes into elegant, refined shape with a vast array of European furniture, decor, and accessories, all of which exude an air of Old World charm. Flighty novels stay put in their upright and locked position with a set of nickel bookends ($79), and the glow of an antique lantern ($75) drives away darkness and makes people feel like old-timey prospectors. The chic hands of a brasserie clock ($45) circumnavigate the numbered expanse with continental aplomb, and a Tonga chair ($199) serves as a restful perch for bodies weary of standing. A Logix mirror ($299) outfits onlookers with a pellucid plane upon which to primp, preen, and practice positive affirmations before fighting a bear.

225 King St E
Toronto,
ON
CA

171 E Liberty St
Toronto,
ON
CA