Do you have good taste? Maybe you’re a creative, a designer or most probably an art director working in a very promising Montreal startup? Moreover, you’re edgy and a proud inhabitant of the Southwest borough, a blooming neighbourhood where your peers get together for trendy happy hours, moving on the rhythm of vanguard music punctuated by the taste of postmodern mixology?
Maybe you’re living at the Nordelec. If it’s the case (or not), we’re offering to discover some hotspots for pilgrims of discerning taste and aesthetics in Griffintown. Here’s the top 5 home furnishing stores in the Southwest borough.
995 Wellington, Suite 100
Founded in 2002 in Brooklyn, NY, West Elm is an international banner nowadays, with 65 branches all around the world. From Australia to United States to United Kingdom up to Montreal, the boutique offers a wide selection of home products. You’ll find everything for the bedroom, bathroom and even accessories. Many of their products are handmade by local artists, and Montreal is no exception.
170 Peel corner Wellington
In Griffintown since 2004 and first furniture store in the borough, Celadon offers home furnishing products at the junction of European and North American style. You’ll unearth furniture, various accessories, a selection of fixtures and eclectic lighting rigs. You’ll find superior quality products for trendy people, with an original and rare selection. It’s a must to give some character to your penthouse.
1318 Notre-Dame West
Ludovik was in Griffintown even before the ‘hood became ritzy. As a matter of fact, the boutique is on Notre-Dame Street since 9 years now. The place offers a whole choice of decorative accessories as well as a few superior quality furnishings. It’s interesting to notice that international and Quebec designers create most of their products. Moreover, prices are kind of affordable, considering the excellent quality of the merchandise.
63 de la Commune West
If modern décor enlightens you, Le Baldaquin is your place. There are many textures to be found there, from wood to leather to metal, available in an amalgam of various and contemporary styles. Bedding, bathing, gifts, décor, and tableware: the boutique offers luxury and refinement for those who can appreciate and desire to transform their environment with next level styling.
2480 Notre-Dame West
Beige Style is everything but…beige. Founded by Michel Stratulak in 2007, the concept store moved on Notre-Dame in 2014, within a revamped space. There, you can find very original items, like jewelry, gifts, bedding and bathing products. Let’s not forget a selection of high-end furniture designed for the pickiest shoppers. It’s a hotspot to discover.
That was a couple of décor destinations in Griffintown where you could unearth everything to furnish and give some style to your loft, condo or penthouse at the Nordelec. You now have all the elements in hands to express, in your own way, the good taste of the southwest.
So, what are your favourite hotspots near the Nordelec?
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