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Although I'm a sucker for the little boutique shops around Toronto, HomeSense is one of my favourite destinations -- it never disappoints. They're always bringing in updated decor that is right on trend, and fit in my budget. I stopped in at my local HomeSense and snapped some shots of their current collection.

Their pillow section is bursting with amazing prints. My personal favourite is the top left, the green and white peacock feather, but sadly, there was only one looking for a home (I like to buy in pairs). At $30 each for the pillows, it's hard to not find yourself stacking them into your cart.

I was also really captivated by their current mirror section. They have in a lot of rustic/old world pieces that look perfectly aged (left mirror $40, right mirror $30). Next up, I loved this side table that reminded me of a line that a higher end store carries, but this one was a fraction of the cost ($350). They also have an awesome selection of baskets in store, something I always stock up on for toy organization now that my son Oscar is collecting more and more toys.

{Photos taken from the Laird and Eglinton location in Toronto}
Lindsay Stephenson is our guest blogger who has her eye on all things fabulous in Toronto. When not scouting out the coolest stores and the fabbest finds in the city, Lindsay runs a graphic design business (Penny People Designs) and blogs about her life and home decorating projects on Aubrey & Lindsay’s Little House Blog.
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