Design: Interior Design Show Highlights

A couple of weeks ago, I attended the Interior Design Show opening night party in Toronto. It was a fun evening full of great food, drinks, and design. I was impressed by the creativity, technology, and style that is coming up in the design marketplace.

Today I’d like to shine the spotlight on a few brands and products that caught my eye.

First up is this free-standing tub from DXV Canada. I appreciate it’s simple elegance. And since a bathroom reno will be in my future (no date set quite yet), this is a great option that I think would work well for my space.

a gorgeous freestanding tub at DXV Canada – image by Design Maze

There was a lot of buzz about Blanco’s booth. It’s concrete installation sure caught people’s attention. I have a soft spot for Blanco as you may know because of the work I did with the company when I renovated my basement bathroom/laundry combo room. Side note: I still absolutely adore my laundry sink and faucet. Beyond the entrance display, the faucets and sinks on show were as sleek as ever.

a cool display to launch Blanco’s silgranite concrete #concretegray collection – image via Design Maze

Harrison Fae Design worked with Microsoft to create an interactive booth where attendees could create a design that would then be lasered/burned onto a white macaron. The technology was definitely amusing, and I appreciated the design of this little nook.

a lovely nook by Harrison Fae Design featuring Microsoft Canada – image by DesignMaze

At Objects & Ideas, many people focused on the design of this chair, but it was the coffee table that I really liked.

from Objects & Ideas – image by DesignMaze

And you can bet I enjoyed the Roche Bobois modular sofa in the media lounge! It was a great spot for a pre-show toast and a post-show break!

photo by DesignMaze
photo by DesignMaze

1 Comment

  1. Silvia Del Rosso January 28, 2019

    Great highlights. The show never disappoints


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