Showcasing current products, trends and innovation from Canada and around the world, the Interior Design Show is always a visual indulgence. It’s an event where people come to learn, collaborate and connect. This year IDS 2020 did not disappoint. I spent four hours wandering through displays of beautifully designed products, and of course discussing their value as it relates to my work. This is part two of a three part [Part 1, Part 3] post on my personal favorites at the show.
This is Hexagon, designed and supplied by East Van Light. It is a fully customizable pendant lighting series available in multiple sizes, wood types and cord colours. It is fully dimmable LED lighting that can be applied to the interior and exterior of your home, as direct or indirect light. My creative brain is already busy finding the perfect location to install this striking and attention seeking beauty.
Linear shower drains are the hot new thing in bathroom plumbing. I’ve already designed a few of them into residential projects. The ACO collection of linear channel grates are pretty sexy. From what I understand you have two options, the QuARTz Premium product, which offers a high end stainless steel channel with stainless steel grate; or the QuARTz Plus, which is a more budget conscious drain with high quality plastic shower drain, and stainless steel grate. The product is made in Germany and custom lengths are available on request.
I really love the shape of this unique modern light fixture called Betty Sconce from Lightmaker Studio; but just to be clear, everything from Lightmaker Studio is unique and gorgeous. The Betty Sconce is made with solid brass components and hand-blown glass shades. There are three options available in the finish and shade.
I walked past this display from Schlage and booyah!! I was transfixed. For about 5 minutes I could not stop admiring this gorgeous door handle. I have dreams of putting it on a glass door just like in the display but not sure how practical that is outside of a commercial project. The knob is called the Custom Dawes Glass Knob with Collins Trim Hall-Closet and Bed-Bath Lock. The trim comes in a few finishes. In my photo above the trim finish is Satin Brass. Schlage also has a few other beautiful glass knobs with rosettes, which are more traditional in style.
These fun light sconces are called Tapermoon. They are a product of the creative thinkers at Zeed. The modular light shade in the photo was inspired by paper folding. Zeed can create a variety of different light shapes by stacking the modules together. They remind me of little bowties; and I can so easily envision these unique modules designed into spaces for creativity and learning.
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