A few months ago I published the most Instagrammable spots in NYC. Over the past year, or two Toronto has become a much more aesthetic and design-heavy city, with cute new places popping up almost weekly. As an Instagram fanatic with FOMO, it is hard to keep up at times. I wanted to publish a similar post for my own city, this one with a bit of a twist. These are specifically, the ten most Instagrammable walls in Toronto. Something, a little different, but still a great list of beautiful spots. Have you been to any of these? Let me know in the comments which one’s I missed, as I mentioned, new places are popping up all the time! If you would like a more thorough list of Instagrammable spots in the city let me know, scouting Instagram content is one of my favourite pastimes!
The PATH, King St W, Yorkville
Calii Love has multiple gorgeous locations around the city, all with the same theme. This photo was taken in their PATH location, with some jgoldcrown bleeding hearts and palm leaves. There is also a set of Colette Miller wings outside this location (no Instagram theme is complete without). I have many a photo of Calii Love’s trendy interiors from several locations on my Instagram. They also have the best poké and açai bowls in the city!
1233 Queen St W
My favourite pink wall in the city! Crown Flora has a beautiful collection of plants at both locations and I love the fact that they decided to paint their exterior in pink! Although I love a pink wall, the plants add some extra dynamics to what is already a great Instagram outfit backdrop.
Every Woman is an Angel
South-West Corner of Richmond & Peter
This mural comes with a set of wings too, but I love this bold font exclaiming we’re all angels.
Glory Hole Doughnuts
1596 Queen St W
This pretty floral wall finds its home in one of the nicest doughnut shops in the city. My friend Morgan and I showed up just after closing and the lovely staff at Glory Hole Doughnuts let us come in anyway for dessert and of course to photograph this pretty spot! Seriously, good customer service goes a long way with me.
633 King St W
1221 Bay St
Yorkville’s plant-based spot, Planta is one of Toronto’s most beautifully designed restaurants. There are many places to grab a great ‘gram, including several of it’s palm leaf walls. I went there for brunch a couple of weeks ago, you have to try the crab benny (made with hearts of palm, completely plant based and delicious)!
3 Charles St E
This wall on the side of Wish restaurant was once painted with a beige heart (which I’m gutted to have never posed with, such a classic Toronto blogger spot). It’s still a cute spot for an outfit photo with the large “WISH” sign and white brick wall.