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store spotlight: the jacaranda tree

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store spotlight: the jacaranda tree

If you are ever in the Mt.Pleasant and Eglinton area of Toronto, I encourage you to pop into one of my favourite little stores, The Jacaranda Tree. It is my go-to store for hostess gifts if I am attending an event, or looking for a perfect gift for a family member or girlfriend.What I love about the store is that it mixes items that are manufactured present day, with antiques. The result is a little shop that is bursting with must-haves for your home. From vintage china, body lotion, furniture on the second floor, and linens, this little store is filled with beautiful pieces.
I can pretty much guarantee that you will find something perfect to give as a gift, or to add some character to your own home. And, to make it even more wonderful - the service is absolutely delightful. All of the right ingredients for a perfect little shop to visit. 1 Ritz Spoons $6.95 (How cute for an afternoon tea?) 2 Carafe and items perfect for a vanity 3 Vintage Mirrors line the staircase to the second floor, one in foreground 25" x 29", $195. 4 Lamp, $199 (on sale) 5 Vintage China, mix and match for a creative table setting in your dining room (assorted prices). Jacaranda Tree 569 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto, ON M4S 2M5 (416) 482-6599 Lindsay Stephenson is one of our guest bloggers, 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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store spotlight: the jacaranda tree