Toronto’s Interior Design Show shapes the industry for the upcoming year, showcasing the latest trends in design and decor, and attracting interior design professionals from all over North America.
This year, we noted some emerging trends to inspire you with your own home or condo. Continue reading
1 Yorkville is well on its way to being the most famous address in Toronto. Construction of this new luxury condominium is on track with the formation of the P1 underground garage. Continue reading
The hosts of a popular network talk shows always close off by reminding the audience to take a moment and enjoy the view. Residents of Exhibit are fortunate to be able to take in unobstructed views that are forever protected.
Exhibit offers panoramic views of Toronto’s city skyline. That view includes Canada’s largest museum, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) with its Deconstructivist crystalline form structure known as the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, juxtaposed against historic, Italianate Neo-Romanesque features of rounded and segmented arched windows and decorative moldings and cornices.
The prestigious architecture and beautiful green spaces that make up the University of Toronto campus are also part of the incomparable view from Exhibit. The picturesque walkways and ivy covered buildings have been part of the landscape for over a hundred years and will undoubtedly remain for hundreds more.
Situated in surroundings like these, it can definitely be said that Exhibit offers a room with a forever view.
Rules that apply to the world of fashion often spill over to the world of decor and design. If animal print is trotting its way across the runways, it’s likely to find its way into your home. If boutique windows are filled with bright polka dots, they may find their way into the textiles you use in your home as well. And metallics? Well, metallics are always a must in any solid wardrobe. So, when rose gold started to appear everywhere in the world of fashion and beauty, it’s no surprise that home decor was close to follow. Here are some of our favourite rose gold decor inspiration and pieces. Continue reading
Thus far we’ve highlighted blue, red, pastels, and gold colour stories for your home. Today we’re turning the spotlight on the colour green! While it’s important to have an overall vibe established for your space, a colour story adds that extra something that keeps things tied together. Choosing green as the accent colour for any room brings a sophistication to the space, without making things feel too serious. A splash of emerald is always elegant, a good dose of jade – sublime, and a bit of chartreuse? Well that’s just bold. Here’s some inspiration for how to use the colour green in your own space, as well as some beautiful green pieces to add interest to any room. Continue reading
If there’s one thing that Torontonians can brag about, it’s the number of amazing restaurants there are in our city. Not only do we boast six of the top 10 best restaurants in the country in terms of delicious dishes, but many of our favourite spots have paid extra special attention to the space in which we eat as well. Food is, of course, the number one factor at any great restaurant, but having great interior design and a great atmosphere is also up there. Continue reading
It’s no secret that we love to lurk amazing interior designers on Instagram. It’s the perfect place to get some design inspiration, keep up to date with the latest home decor trends, and even scope out a designer you’d love to work with in your own home. We’re happy to report that there are a number of fantastic interior designers right here in Toronto that we’d be happy to open our doors to, which makes working with a professional that much more appealing! Continue reading
When it comes to seeking interior design inspiration, we can’t all just hire an interior designer to solve all our decor woes. Luckily Instagram is here to inspire us along the way. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite interior designers to peep for some inspiration. You’ll want to double tap all of their gorgeous photos and find yourself scrolling endlessly through their feeds drooling over their decor. But don’t take our word for it, check them out for yourself! Continue reading
The Toronto Design Offsite Festival is coming up very soon! This festival was created by designers and is helping to make design more accessible for the people of Toronto. As fans of great design, we’re so excited for it. The festival takes places across Toronto and you’ll find exhibitions set up in storefronts, immersive gallery installations, lectures, workshops, and more! This year, it runs from January 18-24 and there’s something in it for every design aficionado.