Your home is full of odds and ends that don’t need to take up space. Clear out the junk so you’re able to focus on those hidden treasures you have hiding. Pull out that old side table that could use a paint job, or the chairs you bought, hoping to recover them. Then head to these fine establishments to get your DIY on!
Homestead House Paint Co.
Love the shabby chic look? Homestead sells zero VOC, odourless, non-toxic milk paint that’s easy to use and looks fantastic.
101 Portland Street, Etobicoke, 416-504-9984
Here you’ll find every fabric your heart could desire to refresh those chairs, that cushion, or those drapes. And if you’re not interested in making things yourself, Tonic can custom make virtually anything for your home!
36 Northline Road #6, Toronto, 416-699-9879
No sewing machine? No problem! You can rent space at The Workroom for just $8 per hour and they’ve got everything you need to sew with ease. They also offer sewing classes so you’ll be threading up the machines in no time.
1340 Queen Street West, Toronto, 416-534-5305
Toronto Tool Library
The coolest resource in the city, this innovative library lets members rent tools for a 4-5 day period. For around $50 per year, it’s a far cheaper way to use great quality tools at your leisure, rather than invest in tools that can cost thousands. Three locations across Toronto including:
1499 Queen Street West, 647-498-1258
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