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If you go to my apartment ¬†you will find food magazines but if you go to my parents’ condo you will find fashion and decor magazines!! Therefore, one could say that I was brought up with an appreciation for interior design. I can still remember my mom searching high and low for “grey” towels back in the 1980’s – well before grey was a popular colour!!

Seeing as I’m a fan of interior decor, it’s a natural fit for me to visit the Interior Design Show. I can’t stop snapping photos while wandering thru the aisles. Talk about “Eye Candy”.

ids - 2 dressesGorgeous, Right?

ids - 4 photos (2)See what I mean?

ids - 4 photos


I actually went to a media preview AND the opening party. #smartmove.


See that bike on the bottom right? WANT. It’s way more affordable than the bike I want to buy. LOL. Seriously I’m in love with this bike and can easily see it in my apartment as a conversation piece.

IDS - Party

For more information:

Interior Design Show, Metro Convention Centre, 255 Front St, Toronto

Saturday Jan 25, 2014 from 10 am to 7 pm

Sunday Jan 26, 2014 from 10 am to 6 pm.

Twitter; @IDSToronto

Facebook: www.facebook.com/idstoronto


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One Response to “My Love For the Interior Design Show Continues”

  1. February 13th, 2014 at 06:23 | #1

    Looking at the abundance of the reviews from IDS, I see that IKEA and AVANI were exceptionally good this year! I went myself, and I must admit that IKEA have outdone themselves. There is no wonder that people are attracted to their design. It is both fine and affordable, which is a guaranteed win-win. I noticed that their Stockholm glass chandeliers were really similar to this dandelion-like piece and probably cost about ten times less! There were a lot of amazing lamp fixtures and chandeliers this year. Have you seen the one made using cutlery?

    By the way, if the bike fails at sparking off conversation, I see it as a good coat-stand!

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