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Filthy Rebena is super stoked to be part of the dopest flea market in town!  The PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET is coming back to Call The Office Sunday, November 13th, just in time for your HOLIDAZE shopping! This is an ALL-AGES, FREE event and is open to the public – the hours are 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM. pineapple-instaCheck out the PRFM Facebook Event for more information.  Do you have some questions? Give the PRFM a shout at punkrockfleamarketlondon@gmail.com

Inspiration Dose

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Do you Tumble with Filthy?  Tumblr is a hybrid – kinda like a crossbred of Instagram and freelance blogging.  Tumblr is an amazing way to get our brand across as we post relevant and frequent content in a visual, image-based way.

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Tumblr has been successful for us to show a more personal, lighter side of Filthy Rebena that demonstrates more about who we are rather than what we do.  It’s a natural, organic extension of our brand.

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So if you’re already following Filthy Rebena on Facebook and Instagram, hop on the Tumblr Train.  We’d love to see what is inspiring you!

Local: Kendall and Co.

Lucky Cabbagetowners!  Kendall & Co. is a charming boutique filled with accent decor, rugs, window treatment, lamps and furnishings – all from local and international designers. kendal lrgeThe store is probably best described as a work/shop. On one side of the long space is a fine gallery of well-chosen, surprisingly affordable home decor. Pieces that, for the most part, you will not find elsewhere. The other wall is a series of open offices which house the design team. Kendall & Co. is a 20 year old interior design firm that evolved to include a retail space earlier this year in an effort to engage the community, demystify the design process, and make interior designers as accessible as regular shopping. It works.

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The product for sale is unique and affordable, adjectives that don’t usually share a sentence in Toronto.  A vintage hardware hanging lamp ($55), Indonesian shadow puppet ($24), and some very cool Le Rochere glassware adorned with bumble bees and dragonflies ($12 to $16).  Pieces are bought in limited numbers to ensure a certain level of exclusivity.

PalaceSeries of stackable Dinnerware and Serveware are Tabletop Art Collectibles that convert into platters, serving bowls, soup bowls, tureens, dinner plates, cups and jars.
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These ceramic torpedo vases are “da bomb”.  The firm and its products show an awareness of the world – all items are fair trade and hand made. A portion of the proceeds goes to ensuring early childhood education.  This is how we need to think about our world now – a global reach, but with local impact.

Kendall & Co – 227 Carlton Street – Toronto – 416.363.9914

Hours
Mon – Wed: 10am to 6pm
Thurs: 10am to 8pm
Fri: 10am to 6pm
Sat: 11am to 5pm
Sunday: Closed