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Out Next Week: Our Special Guide Edition

The best shops in Toronto’s 7 design districts, plus 597+ cool products that make your space


Our brand new issue heads out to newsstands and showrooms across the city April 3!

Wondering where to pick up a copy? Find a place that distributes DL in your neighbourhood by visiting our list of stockists in UptownMidtownKing WestKing EastQueen WestQueen East, the West End, and other locations. You can also subscribe to our digital edition through Zinio.

Here’s what you’ll find inside:

Where to shop now
• From downtown to the ‘burbs and back, we know where to get the greatest stuff for every room in the house

Two designers channel their experience into their own renos
• An industrial designer’s Victorian showcases his eclectic, always-rotating collections in style
• Mahogany, oak, walnut and debates – inside the reno of a millworker and a philosophy pro

Objects of desire sourced from around town
• Greetings from Palm Springs: Breezy, Cali-style furnishings
• Rising surfaces: Geometric tiles that leave us floored
• Biker bling: Cycling gear for pedaling through the city in style
• Eye on the ball: Orb-shaped pendants ready to hit it home
• Sensational bathroom fixtures and decor that will have you singing in the shower

PLUS
• Seven city projects that have us cheering, “In with the new!”
• Fun and mind-expanding things to do this season
• Taking in the view – and reflecting on past and present – from our new digs on Sterling Road


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