This past weekend marked the 17th annual Interior Design Show in Toronto. It’s a show I look forward to every year and I’m always eager to see the rising local talent our country has to offer. I rounded up my favourite designers from the show but for a full recap head over to my good friend Mark Savel’s blog at Toronto Livings.
Living in a condo or small space definitely has it’s challenges if you’re a person who enjoys fresh greenery. Minigarden is a modular vertical gardening system that offers a variety of set ups to suit multiple needs whether it be an indoor display, on a balcony or larger installations.
Cut & Fold:
Two architects came together to create these origami-like pieces. They’ve developed a technique using panes of plywood connected with piano hingers for pieces that fold flat but come to life with shape and structure.
This gold little number was featured in the Protoype exhibit which showcases work not currently in production by independent designers. Clean lines, strong structure and gold accents, this chair is a work of art I would like in my own home.
Laura Langford’s spring collection was a whole lot of eye candy. I didn’t get any info on the inspiration but the cooper accents and magical prints were enough to catch my eye.