Interior & Design Ideas 2019 – The Hottest Trends for your Home
Looking to amp up your home? City Life has compiled a selection of the hottest finds and best companies to work with in today’s interior design world.
Caesarstone Debuts Seeds
A Seed’s Journey: The world-renowned quartz manufacturer Caesarstone unveiled Seeds at the Interior Design Show. This display, inspired by a seed’s travels, is the first instalment of Caesarstone’s collaboration with Dutch designer Marije Vogelzang and takes guests on that same journey through various sensory experiences. Fabricators Unique Store Fixtures brought the booth and the designs of Vogelzang to life, using 25 kilometres of ribbon for the display in the process.
Black Rooster Décor
Furniture and Accessories: Stay on the cutting edge of interior design with products from Black Rooster Décor. With an expansive selection of high-quality furniture and accessories that includes seating, lighting and rugs, as well as a diverse array of wall art, you will be sure to find something to spruce up any room in your home.
Speckled Stoneware: These ceramic speckled stoneware accessories, crafted in Brooklyn, N.Y., include oil cruets, utensil holders, bowls and more. Individually made and glazed by hand, you will love the distinctive style of each piece.
Grid Ottoman: This multi-purpose ottoman will add a textural element to your living space, thanks to its oversized woven pattern. Available in three stylish colours — yellow, light grey or charcoal — it will match any design scheme.
The Backcountry Hut Company
The Great Lakes Cabin: Born from an idea of enjoying easily installed shelters in remote locations, the Backcountry Hut Company has created an innovative product. With three styles of modular kits made from environmentally sensitive products, designers are able to customize the kits to match your requests. The base model measures 206 square feet.
Harrison Fae Design
Timeless Style: Founded by Alicia Sass, Harrison Fae Design has been completing residential, restaurant and retail projects for years. It has mastered the art of timeless design, while infusing trends and bold styles to complement the desires of its clients.
Sweet Seduction: Inspired by her perceptions of modern-day culture, Nika Zupanc is known worldwide for her inventive creations, like the Ribbon Chair in pure injection-moulded plastic and the hand-blown glass Cherry Lamps.
Sage and Meringue: Le Creuset has introduced two new breathtaking pastel shades to its kitchenware collection: Sage and Meringue. These timeless pieces will be the ideal additions to consumers’ homes across Canada, available at Le Creuset boutiques and select retailers on March 1.
Dynamic Design: With locations in Toronto, Los Angeles and Barcelona, Spain, DesignAgency, founded by Allen Chan, Matt Davis and Anwar Mekhayech, has evolved into a leader in the design world, creating remarkably innovative spaces.
Southport Outdoor Furniture
Belluno Sectional: Step up your patio style and get the backyard you’ve always dreamed of with the Belluno sectional collection. It’s available in a range of pieces to fit your space and ready for all kinds of weather, thanks to the aluminum frame. There is room for even more customization with the selection of premium Sunbrella® fabrics for its Canadian-made cushions.
LED Chandelier: Available in aged brass or polished nickel, this LED chandelier by Hudson Valley will light up any room, making a striking focal point. This contemporary fixture with bespoke design has spherical glass diffusers at the end of each arc, providing dimension to the light they cast.
BILLY: A staple in the IKEA lineup for 40 years, the BILLY bookcase has yet to go out of fashion. Reimagined in striking yellow and available in February, IKEA has also added bookends and display shelves into the mix, expanding what is possible with this classic piece of furniture.
Sixteen Degree Studio Inc.
Heath Residence: While the designs of this architecture firm are unequivocally timeless and refreshing, every project of Sixteen Degree Studio
is always infused with a touch of playfulness. From sketch to construction, each project is treated individually, creating optimal results.
Of Earth Furniture
Parota Kitchen Island: Balancing natural and modern has never been easier than with Of Earth Furniture. Its distinctive wood detailing highlights the beauty found in wood, illustrating that it can find a place in any room of your home.