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NEAT was founded in Toronto in 2004 by entrepreneurs Andrew Livingston and Helene Clarkson in an effort to bring the best in household design to Canadian consumers.
Neat (Space. Edited.) has moved from Yorkville to Queen West, taking up Portobello's old space and making it new (and neat) again. One-stop shopping for high-design organizational solutions for the whole home (/condo). Carrying all the major lines (e.g. Metro shelving) as well as more unusual large items, like their (already very popular) vibrantly coloured cylinders for wall-mounting your... more
For inspired, well designed products for smart spaces, start here. The owners have great taste and you can tell when you walk in their door. ECO-ASPECTS: They were the first store to carry the celeb endorsed, fair-trade made RuMe Bag line in Toronto. They stash in your purse or pocket, so you won't forget them when going into the store! They also carry Klean Kanteen, original stainless steel... more
This store is awesome for people that live in the city. Many downtown dwellers don’t have the luxury of space and a lot of the products you’ll find at Neat help create the illusion that you do have more square footage than you thought. I like to organize by nature so this place gets people like me excited. Some things I really like here are the flexible Flor carpet squares -- it’s carpet in a... more
Fun to look at and you can get some cool stuff if you keep an eye on the prices. Some of the stuff is ridiculously expense (like a $200 hook to put on the wall to hold coats) but other stuff is really handy. I picked up a long oven mit that keeps your arms covered when reaching deep into the oven. I've also gotten some great make-up storage containers for the bathroom.
Neat was started by an entrepreneurial couple who wanted to bring Torontonians the best in functional home design. Their products, sourced from around the world, emphasize form and function - a sleek, urban and contemporary look with a pragmatism rooted in streamlined storage. Designers/brands include Kartell, Authentics, Klean Kanteen, Flor, Lax Series, Joseph Joseph and Reisenthel, amongst... more