Catering to a more contemporary, trend-driven consumer, the new 50,000 square foot showroom offers furniture and decor at an affordable price point. And everything on the showroom floor is in-stock and ready to be taken home so you can create a brand new living space in a day.
Speaking of, I was on the lookout for a new sofa. This one in our living room needs to go - I've been complaining about it for years! A few of my favourites:
The Marlene Sofa - $1595
The Wesley Sofa - $1795
The Atwood Sofa - only $999. What a steal! Love the classic shape.
The Ellington Sofa - Another amazing deal at only $1199. Can't you imagine curling up here with a cup of tea?
The Winfield Sofa - gorgeous blue velvet & tufting, $1795
The high quality and superior styling of the products was really on par with what I've come to expect from ELTE, at a more affordable price point. ELTE Market currently has a dining sale going on so I also spotted some exceptionally priced chairs including these moulded plastic indoor/outdoor chairs (only $99), these upholstered side chairs...
The Baron Side Chair - $149
and many other stylish and affordable dining chair options. I really appreciated the wide variety of styles they had in store so whether you're a downtown small condo dweller or live in a suburban new build, there's lots to choose from.
On a smaller scale, their accessories department offers beautifully designed pieces to accent your home. I fell hard for these black, white and grey pieces which strike me as sophisticated and relaxed and casual at the same time.
I didn't have too much time to look around so I'll have to make a return visit and take a closer look at their lighting and rugs (they have over 2000 in stock). ELTE Market is definitely now on my rotation of must-visit decor stores. If you can't make it in store, they have an extensive selection available online to make shopping quick and easy.
Have you been to ELTE Market? What's next on your home shopping list?
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