Industrial Storm On Queen West

Queen West

Situated at 1106 Queen Street West, right next door to Bosley Real Estate’s beloved and very own West Queen West location in a building whose former (and somewhat prosaic) use was that of a car wash, Industrial Storm showcases extraordinary handmade furniture, lighting, wall coverings, textiles, area rugs and accessories produced by exemplary artisans from Toronto and around the world.



Friendly and super-approachable proprietor Gary Flaherty describes his passion for providing custom design services and quality bespoke furnishings to his clients as the cornerstone of Industrial Storm’s longevity and customer appeal. The many examples of fine work in the showroom serve more as an introduction to the style and manner of execution of each designer or manufacturer, and lead the viewer to want to know more about the range of offerings available from each one. Featured materials worked to a seemingly infinite range of finishes include steel, bronze, stone, mouthblown glass, fine wood veneer and inlays, and fabric. This urbaneer’s fave find? A stunning-in-it’s-intricate-detail twig occasional table in bronze by Dayton, Ohio native Tom Corbin, $2450.

Many of the upholstered pieces and examples of fine woodworking and cabinetry are sourced from workshops right here in Toronto or elsewhere in Canada. The prized abilities of skilled metal workers, upholsterers, woodworkers, textile manufacturers and other local artisans are utilized in the process of creating custom pieces which fit each client’s specific design criteria.

We’ve long been fans of Industrial Storm. In fact, they are our proprietor of choice when it comes to sourcing gorgeous wall coverings. Click HERE for a past post featuring the wall covering chosen for the Button Factory’s master suite. Stunning!

If you’re looking for special, then this is your destination!

You can check out Industrial Storm by clicking HERE.

Industrial Storm
1106 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M6J 1H9

~ Steven and the urbaneer team


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