105 Pitt Street
When you walk into the Crush Lane boutique on Pitt Street, there is a tangible energy in the air. From the music to the neon sign to the welcoming staff, the feeling is that you have arrived someplace special. Crush Lane has doubled its footprint in Downtown Cornwall, driven in large part by increasing demand for Ms. Zaczyk’s designs. A certified goldsmith, the young jewellery designer specializes in fashion forward jewellery, predominantly in sterling silver. Almost all of the jewellery is made right in the Cornwall shop.
Crush Lane’s collections are inspired by pop art, fashion, music and influenced by interior design. With names like Vixen, Vogue, Lovergirl, Nearly Naked and grunge, there is something for everyone.
155 Pitt Street
Echo Trends is a consignment store highlighting only the best in fashion trends. This shopping option makes finding fashion for less a simple walk through the shop. Discover jewellery, accessories and name brand articles all within our budget.
1400 Vincent Massey Drive
613-938-0413 Ext 200
Every item purchased in our Restore comes from community donations and helps build homes for our selected families.
Selected families are not given a home but rather an interest-free mortgage and are also required to donate 500 volunteer hours to their organization.
The Restore is OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK and sells both new and used home improvement and renovation products including furniture, appliances, home décor and building materials. With donations coming in daily, inventory is constantly changing.
As a nonprofit organization and with all products being donated, purchases are not subject to sales tax. Donors can also receive a tax receipt for the resale value of items donated.
40 Fifth St W
Finding a good bargain and helping a good cause is what it’s all about at the Agapè thrift store, New for You. The Agapè Thrift store sells affordable, quality clothing, furniture and household goods.
401 Fourth St W
More than 100 years ago, General William Booth recognized and responded to social and environmental challenges that we continue to face today, further illuminating not only Booth’s insight and social conscience but his compassion. Booth’s legacy lives on through the work of The Salvation Army and the recycling retail brilliance of the Salvation Army Thrift Stores.
You can find everything from books to fashionable clothing, furniture, household items and much more in the Thrift Store, located a 15 minute walk from downtown Cornwall.
331 Second Street W.
Serendipity Boutique is a trendy Shabby Chic thrift store that offers a comfortable and personable shopping experience, while promising low prices and good quality items. Serendipity carries women’s, men’s, and children’s clothing, shoes, and accessories. The boutique is run entirely by volunteers who want to make your shopping experience at Serendipity pleasant and friendly.
100% of the proceeds from Serendipity support Maison Baldwin House, the local shelter for abused women and their children.
1400 Vincent Massey Dr
Value Village, a Savers brand, is a for-profit, global thrift retailer offering great quality, gently used clothing, accessories and household goods. Their Rethink Reuse® business model of purchasing, reselling and recycling gives communities a smart way to shop and keeps more than 700 million pounds of used goods from landfills each year. They also help more than 100 nonprofit organizations by purchasing donated goods from them, which provides a source of revenue to help supports their vital community programs and services.