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The Prettiest Floors Tour You Need to See in Toronto

Last weekend, I was lucky enough to spend two days in a city that I heart lots, Toronto. If you know me, you can be pretty sure I cry for a cute pair of shoes and the best floors.Shoefies are my absolute jam.
Part of my mission this weekend? Find THE most perfect tiles and floors and pair them with my fav new shoes, because honestly, who can resist to neon shoes?
Are you ready to know all the details about it and see 2 fabulous pairs of shoes in action?Let’s homies, let’s roll now!
Her Majesty’s Pleasure You’ll find here:

  • These vintage tiles, in blue and grey – stuuuuuning! 
  • A fabulous nail salon with some hair services (only blow dry, no shampoo) 
  • Tiny bites, coffee, and a full bar – heaven on earth
  • All the fabulousness in one place 

Where: 556 King Street

Cafe OrettaYou’ll find here: 

  • Honestly, tile HEAVEN. I’m still shocked. 
  • An Italian coffee shop, if you are looking for a good espresso
  • Fresh and homemade pastries, paninis, and pizza

Where: 633 King Street West

Leña You’ll find here: 

  • The most romantic tiled floor, in the sweetest blue hues
  • Breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch and dinner
  • Tried their cocktails, and the Bloody Mary is on-point.

Where: 176 Yonge Street

Oretta You’ll find here: 

  • Funkytown tiles, in the funkiest decor, where you’ll either die to move in or cry all night long
  • Weekend brunch, lunch, and dinner
  • An Italian menu with pizza, salad and pasta options

Where: 633 King Street West

Dineen CoffeeYou’ll find here: 

  • Do I really need to describe this floor? Gosh.
  • Signature coffee blends – loved their iced mocha during summer time
  • Hungry? Pastries, cupcakes, tartines and more are ready and fresh for you

Where: 140 Yonge Street

Sud Forno You’ll find here: 

  • THE most romantic floral tiles, very unique in its kind
  • A coffee bar in the mornings and a cocktail bar after-hours 
  • Ready-made food, including fresh bread, salads, sweets, matta pizza and a lot, lot more

Where: 132 Yonge Street

Colette Grand CafeYou’ll find here: 

  • Before we jump into the tiles biz. Two words: Eggs benedict ok?
  • Sweet pastel floors inside the restaurant and bakery
  • A French-inspired menu, with weekend brunch, lunch, and dinner

Where: 550 Wellington Street West

Hula Girl Espresso BarYou’ll find here: 

  • Tiles for days, in grey. So make sure to bring colorful shoes
  • Kick-ass winning espressos and iced coffee 
  • Homemade gelato, we tried a tiny strawberry lime cone, whot!

Where: 456 Ossington Avenue

Rosen’s Cinnamon BunsYou’ll find here: 

  • A perfect, black and white tiled floor (and it’s huge)
  • Fresh, delish and homemade cinnamon buns 
  • Ice cream Bunwichs, Drip coffee, organic teas and cold brews

Where: 825 College Street

Bonus points: my first picture, the real, true tile heaven: Khao San Road
Enjoy, here’s a map for you (:

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  1. I'm always wearing my crocs when I find a cute floor – I have to start carrying around cute heels in my bag LOLXOhttp://www.lehoarder.com/

  2. Le encantan estos sitios! Los anoto! Que manera tan original de presentarlos: viéndoles sus pisos!!!

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