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Furniture sensation Cozey unveils trendy Toronto storefront

Toronto’s retail scene just got a chic upgrade with Cozey, the Canadian online furniture sensation, breaking into the physical world with its first-ever brick-and-mortar spot at 1026 Queen St. W. Nestled in the very cool Queen and Ossington area, this 3,600-square-foot space isn’t just about square footage – it’s about reimagining how to interact with home living.

“Opening in West Queen West isn’t just about finding the right location; it’s about embedding ourselves in the community and contributing to the local vibrancy and economy,” says Frederic Aube, CEO and founder of Cozey.”

In an era where convenience meets cool, Cozey’s fusion of online ease and in-store allure promises a shopping experience like no other. Picture this: an eclectic mix of sofas, chairs, and living room essentials begging to be touched, felt, and experienced firsthand.

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Inside Cozey retail space

But it’s not all about aesthetics. Cozey’s ethos of inclusivity and accessibility shines through in every corner of the space. Fully accessible and pet-friendly, the store mirrors the brand’s commitment to making stylish living accessible to everyone.

“The Cozey store isn’t just a showroom – it’s an interactive space that brings our online community to life. Here, you can touch, feel, and see how our designs transform spaces,” adds Aube.

As the curtains rise on its flagship Toronto store, Cozey is also rolling out an ambitious nationwide game plan including a new pop-up store initiative in Montreal.

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