FOLLOWING THE DESIGN AND COLOR TRENDS AT IDS TORONTO 2022

The Inside Design Show 2017 (IDS) was certainly a terrific way to kick-off 2012 because of so many unique booths, showcasing their latest and finest products! IDS required devote Toronto, ON Canada between The month of january 19-22 in the Metro Convention Center. Although i was no exhibitor this season, we still were built with a blast walking the show and getting together with multiple designers and suppliers. Check out a few of the design and color trends at IDS this season!

2010 show featured guest loudspeakers: Lynda Reeves, founding father of House & Home magazine, interior designer and HGTV host Tommy Smythe, and architect/designer Darcie Watson. They discussed The New List, their signature styles, in addition to key design moves we all can learn.

Janet Hitchcock, Editor-in-Chief and interior designer, Joel Bray from House & Home magazine, and Scott McGillivray – Property Investor, skilled contractor and businessman on HGTV, gave insight on the top Design Tips & Methods regarding how to get today’s best looks!

Fortunately for all of us, we’d the chance to hear some inspiring ideas, coupled with the pleasure of personally meeting Tommy Smythe and Scott McGillivray!

What’s trending? Top color trends at IDS17

Here are a few in our favorite booths and colours in the Interior Planning Show 2017!

Our first stop: Camilla House! Their booth displayed an attractive eco-friendly hedge with wooden, rustic tables and elements, in addition to natural wood cheese boards in various sizes. Despite the tough lighting from the convention space, the Nix Pro could grab a precise scan.

Peter Glassford is really a company that produces beautiful wooden collage tiles, murals as well as collage furniture in various colors, and fashions. This colorful wall was certainly a watch-catcher we simply needed to stop and stare… And scan a couple of colors from this obviously!

These modern and soft fabric chairs from Soho Concept are created with Camira Made of woll are available in a multitude of colors like Pistachio and Turquoise.

Gold and white-colored is certainly a well known color combination performed by NettHaus’ booth this season! A combination of modern, traditional and wooden elements produced a distinctive search for the gold fitting, couch, chairs and bookshelf to stick out!

The colours of the sectional couch from Southport Outside Living certainly caught our eye… Also it was quite comfortable too!

Jan Kath displayed several plush ornate rugs which were filled with vibrant colors. This fiery piece stopped us within our tracks so we couldn’t resist checking a couple of colors!

From Ryerson School of Interior Planning, this minimalistic booth is known as 25 by Leticia Hutchings for that Kentwood Design Challenge. This booth is really a selection of an individual’s existence inside a 25-year period. The only real element that continues to be consistent may be the floor, which conceptually would witness a great deal in twenty five years. Within this installation, Kentwood flooring can be used like a timeline which different periods from the occupants’ life is portrayed. Walking in to the scene while you would another person’s home, it seems tranquil. However, as with any home, there’s a tale that isn’t marketed towards the guest. The storyline and appear of the booth was certainly a motion picture stopper for all of us.

Urban Barn produced a glance with various shades of blue within their booth design – in the décor in the shops towards the different throw pillows around the sectional couch this booth was certainly well worth the photos and color scans!

Attending the inside Design Show is definitely an excellent experience of meeting inspirational designers and suppliers, in addition to seeing the most recent and finest design trends! Are you attending the coming year? You need to, since you might just catch us there!

Adore one? Never fear! Click the link to download the colour data for all those products we scanned in the show!

*Initially published by Elaina Principato on Nix Color Sensor Blog.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *