Since I only live two hours away, my cousin and I decided to take a little road trip to go to the Toronto Interior Design Show. It was the best decision and I was in home decor heaven. I’m not even going to bore you with words. All photos, baby.
Let’s start with a little something I like to call…
This light fixture is totally the West Elm Veneer Sphere – HACKED. Love it!
Gold shelves in my office? Don’t mind if I do!
Rustic dream bathroom. I mean, HELLO you can totally sit on a poof while I was my hands! Priorities!
I cannot WAIT to recreate these hanging light pendants! I actually purchased some Edison bulbs from this store, Morba while I was at the show and now I’m working on the pendant situation. I’m so excited!
I have visions of gold foil artwork on the walls of my office…stay tuned!
If you live in the Toronto area, or even within driving distance…or hell, just have the extra money to fly in for the weekend, this show was 100% worth the $20ish bucks per ticket to get in. It was the most inspirational show I’ve been to in a long time and the fact that my cousin and I got to meet HGTV’s Sarah Richardson and Tommy Smythe (recognize him from Apartment Therapy??) really did sweeten the deal.
Can we talk about this wooden shower? This WILL be installed in my Jetson’s house. DUH.
Along with this kitchen…
Well played, Urban Barn…
The romantic colors, the blushes and the grays in this bedroom… Hubba hubba.
Paint stirrer hanging pendant? Surprisingly not tacky.
Sarah Richardson’s Kravet Booth…I’m LOVING this line of fabric that she designed!
Wallpaper. I can’t wait until I own a home so that I can wallpaper. Bring it on.
Longest wooden bench you’ve ever seen? Try to tell me otherwise.
This Aerin room has me dreaming of greens, emeralds and golds…
Check out these videos of the Kohani mannequins with their realistic faces. Their eyes blinked and looked right at you and totally freaked me out. Kohani Pop Up Shop = Awesome.
A table with fish bowls. Crazy. #thatsawholelottafishpoop
The teeny tiniest kids room gallery wall you’ve ever seen..
Did anyone else get to go to this? Planning on attending next year? What was your favorite photo? Are you still dreaming about that Jetson’s kitchen or that romantic bedroom? Tell me tell me!