Sunday, January 15, 2017

Interior Design Show this week in Toronto

@idstoronto showcases the creative design trends that will turn your interior spaces into dream spaces. The 19th annual IDS starts January 19, 2017 with an opening night party and continues thru the weekend (19th-22nd) with exhibitions, collaborations, products, seminars, panel discussions and the creative talent all within the north building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

IDS "curators have forecasted some of the top trends for 2017 inspiring the direction of design for the year to come. “This year, we’ll see designers and trends that will encompass the expansion of the outdoor living realm to the fusion of tech and design accumulating into an awe inspiring and ultimately exciting year for design,” Karen Kang, National Director, IDS Canada.

It all starts with the "biggest design party of the year brings together over 5,700 of the industry’s greatest influencers for one amazing night to kick off IDS17. The Party is where Canadian and international design talent gather to check out what’s in store from the brightest in the industry, while sampling the best food and drink that Toronto has to offer. The Party has been called “one of the hottest tickets in the city” by Toronto Life and is a night that you won’t want to miss."

Creators Jaime Hayon, Nika Zupanc and PARTISANS will unveil projects like the Caesarstone 'Stone Age Folk' fantasy universe inspired by fauna – the natural world – and folklore – the mythical world. Blending fantasy with functionality, playfulness with craft, and interactivity with cultural references, Hayon will create a kaleidoscopic and harmonic installation.

With million dollar plus homes in Toronto many people are buying fixer-uppers or renovating the homes they already have to reduce costs. Experts at the show will tell us how to avoid the biggest design problems in kitchen and bath so you can learn how to deal with cabinetry, plumbing and appliances.

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