Phone +1 855 439 4881
All orders over $79 have complementary delivery in the USA and Canada with express options available at checkout.
You may also select to pick-up any order at the Average Showroom — located at 1081 Queen St. W. in Toronto — during checkout at no charge.
International shipping is calculated at checkout.
Average Archive orders are only available for delivery in Toronto or pickup.
For orders placed in Canada, customers will be subject to their Provincial and Federal sales taxes at checkout. Orders are not subject to any customs as the shipment is not leaving Canada.
Orders placed in the USA are shipped with pre-payed customs. You may still be subject to local sales taxes.
Customers outside of the USA and Canada will not be charged customs or taxes by Average. All prices shown are ex-VAT. Customers are subject to all local taxes, duties and import charges per their local jurisdiction.
Standard items (not Special Order) can be returned via mail or in-store within 14 days of purchase provided the items are packaged and unused.
Special Order items, Archive items, items marked down, personal care and bath products are all final sale.
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AVG (Average) is the balance between design and function. The name closely reflects our philosophy; to source everyday, useful products from around the world that serve a meaningful purpose in our customers lives, while adding to the overall beauty of their daily life.
Founded by designer Chris Hanz with Morgan Maisano in 2016, today in addition to the online store you can find the Average showroom on West Queen West in Toronto.
The collection is hand-picked by the founders and includes unique handmade pieces and mass produced items and can range in form between apparel to furniture, but maintains a common thread of timeless items designed with honesty, thought and integrity.
+1 855 439 4881
626 Richmond St. West
Toronto, ON M5V 1Y9
WEDNESDAY — SATURDAY
12 — 5
OR BY APPOINTMENT
SATURDAY OCTOBER 9/21
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