Mjölk - Toronto

Mjölk - Toronto
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Mjölk - Toronto
Juli Daoust & John Baker 

The Tao of Mjölk

This hot Toronto store named for 'Milk' in Swedish arrived just in time to catch the Scandi-Nordic-Japanese wave that's swept the design world. Pure, simple, clean and modern, Juli and John's line of essential, tactile and functional finds for your home are many of the things they use in their daily life. Check out 20 of their favourite products.

  • Sucabaruca Coffee Service (set of three)

    $275.00
    This is our first product collaboration with international designer Luca Nichetto. We use this coffee pot everyday, and turns coffee drinking into a ritual experience.
  • JWDA Polished Brass Table Lamp

    $375.00
    This is one of our favourite lamps that we offer, the beautiful round circle at the base is actually a dimmer switch. It is very satisfying dialling the right kind of light.
  • Mjolk Brass Incense Holder

    $65.00
    It’s hard to find a nice incense burner that is simple and beautiful. This one is hand made in Toronto
  • Bamboo Charcoal Pine Incense

    $20.00
    Surprisingly, Juli and I are both sensitive to scents, but this charcoal based incense is incredibly subtle and natural. We use it in the store, so it is kind of the Mjolk signature scent.
  • Hinoki Bath Stool

    $170.00
    Bath culture in Japan is such a beautiful thing. This shower stool is made of Hinoki cypress and smells like a cedar sauna when it gets wet.
  • Hinoki Soap Dish

    $40.00
    We love hinoki as a material, it smells incredible and is also one of the most rot resistant woods in the world.
  • Dusty Pink Kin Tea Light Holders (set of two)

    $55.00
    Dusty rose is such a soft colour, these tea lights are a great way to introduce the colour in a small way.
  • Small Ikebana Vase by Jaime Hayon

    $150.00
    Our daughter loves to arrange flowers, and she loves picking out a few stems from the local flower and making little arrangements at home. This vase allows for the stems to sit up in the vase by themselves, so it’s very economical.
  • High Vase by Jaime Hayon

    $215.00
    We love the mix of Japanese cedar and this beautiful smokey green glass. The green glass camouflages the stems of the flower so it becomes all about subtlety and let’s the blooming flowers take centre stage.
  • Low Vase by Jaime Hayon

    $190.00
    We love the mix of Japanese cedar and this beautiful smokey green glass. The green glass camouflages the stems of the flower so it becomes all about subtlety and let’s the blooming flowers take centre stage.
  • Doverail Shelf in White Oak by Hallgeir Homstvedt

    $575.00
    We all need more room for objects in our home. This shelf we make in Toronto and they can be raised or lowered on the central wood rail, perfect for a few choice books or a flower vase.
  • Portable Shaker Toolbox in Walnut by Hallgeir Homstvedt

    $285.00
    This is something you will see on our kitchen table brimming with linen napkins, cutlery and chopsticks. It is equally nice as a desk companion holding stationary.
  • Blackened Brass with Walnut Fire Tool Set by Thom Fougere

    $1,795.00
    We are lucky enough to have a wood burning fireplace in our apartment, but were surprised there weren’t many nice fire tool options on the market. We decided to reach out to Canadian designer Thom Fougere to design a set for our store.
  • Norr Paper Towel Holder

    $70.00
    We feel even mundane things have the ability to be beautiful. This paper towel holder shows why the Danes are so good at design.
  • Cast Iron Pot with Wooden Handle by Timo Sarpaneva

    $325.00
    Such a classic and timeless cooking pot, we use ours almost everyday and it is such a pleasure to cook with.
  • Shaggy Dog Monochrome VII Cushion

    $260.00
    We discovered Mourne textiles through English fashion designer Margaret Howell, who sells them in her shop in London England.
  • Shaggy Dog Monochrome VI Cushion

    $240.00
    We discovered Mourne textiles through English fashion designer Margaret Howell, who sells them in her shop in London England.
  • Purebred Gotland Sheepskin

    $475.00
    If you look at any interior magazine from Sweden, you always see chairs draped with Gotland sheepskins.
  • 19th C. Antique Swedish Folk Art Box

    $1,600.00
    We picked up this beautiful piece of folk art on our last visit to Sweden. We love the beautiful painting assuring the promise of spring to come.
  • 1800s Antique Japanese Horse Eye Platter

    $650.00
    We make a point of looking for antiques while we visit different countries, but our favourite finds are usually from Japan. Including this incredible 200 year old platter.
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