Old Montreal is noteworthy for so many things: cool and chic restaurants, hip bars, trendy clothing stores, and the like. So when you are looking for interesting and unique pieces to accent your bedroom, or to even furnish an entire cool downtown or Old Port loft, it’s no surprise that our search for the most notable furniture stores brings us right back to Old Montreal for our furniture shopping needs. At Notable, we always strive to point you in the direction of quality, and between the below furniture boutiques, that is exactly what you get (but mixed with unique, cool design, of course.)
Bonaldo is hands down one of the most original furniture shops in the whole country. Louis Pauze, the owner of this unique boutique, has an aesthetic taste that is sleek, modern, and contemporary, yet every piece is one of a kind. Espace Vivre says of Bonaldo, “Louis Pauze’s boutique displays the philosophy of one who takes many bites out of life…with a passion.” 2 Le Royer East.
Triede design has been in the furniture, lighting, and home accessory business for 20 years. They have always selected products based on beauty and even more importantly on quality of workmanship; at Triede, you know you’re buying quality. Their focus is both on form and function – the mantra being that looking good and working well are the key components of truly successful design. 385 Place D’Youvile.
Barami Furniture & Accessories
Since it’s opening in 2006 (it’s newer to the furniture scene), Barami clients have been knowledgeable and passionate about design, and therefore Barami delivers on just that. For Barami, it’s not about filling a void, it’s about fulfilling a dream, and their message to their clients is that this dream is within reach, with Barami’s help, of course. Barami insists, “Furniture and design is about the dreams we have of our private world and who we permit to share this dream.” Their vision is that beautiful furniture can be affordable; Barami is about democratizing the purchase of beautiful design. 404 Saint Jacques West. The chair pictured above is available at Barami.