By Naomi Finlay

Located in a neighbourhood best known for rough-hewn industrial products is a shrine to contemporary Japanese and Scandinavian sophistication. The pristine space displays hand-honed products of all sizes, from Anderssen & Voll’s slender watering cans to beech-and-oak dining chairs by Naoto Fukasawa. Among Mjölk’s many exclusive pieces is a line of made-in-Canada products (including Shaker-inspired fire tools, shelves and a table) that were co-developed with musician Jason Collett and designers Thom Fougere and Hallgeir Homstvedt.


Mjölk

2959 Dundas St W
Toronto, ON M6P 1Z2

Neighbourhood

West End


Contact

416 551 9853
mjolk.ca
facebook.com/mjolkshop
twitter.com/mjolkshop


Price Point

$$$$ Very high-end

Hours

Mon-Fri 10-6
Sat 10-5
Sun 12-5

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