More from the Interior Design Show Vancouver | Part III

Willow and Stump

A couple more highlights from the Interior Design Show this weekend! Above (and directly below) to start, Willow and Stump along with Mathew McCormick, Barter Design are some of the 5 designers at IDS Offsite in October, when IDS Vancouver is the cultural partner for Dutch Design Week. They had a little preview here this week.




IDS Offsite

Willow and Stump

Mathew McCormick

Mathew McCormick

Barter Design
Dinner By Design

We loved the collection of decorated tables for the Dinner By Design event this year. Dinner by Design brings together internationally celebrated designers and local talent to create three-dimensional dining installations that set the stage for fun and fascination over 6 days at 2 locations. They are then recreated at the show, and here's a couple that inspired.

We loved the lighting by Chambers and Stark's table (below).  Such a great DIY idea!

Chambers and Stark

Chambers and Stark

Tina and Brooke, the ladies behind Designers Collective had a unique table where almost all oth their wares were made by talented vancouver artists. @brettriekertdesign @gceramicandco @stefanie.dueck @jouedesign @eastindiacarpets @botanyliving @laurenmorris77 @naturaleclectic and Todd wells and Robert Barratt.

Designers Collective

Open Studio

Open Studio is a select group of designers or design firms who participated in a curated installation that focused on a singular theme. For 2016 IDS Vancouver partnered with Portland-based Colorhouse Paint to present the Colour Edition. Open Studio occupied featured a group of designers who presented their concept based on the singular theme of colour. With a 10′ x 10’ raw space as a blank canvas, the participants showcased their notion of the theme colour with the opportunity to create either a functional or conceptual installation within 100 square feet.

Form Collective

Form Collective

Beautiful blue hues in the Heather Ross display which also features her new book, The Natural Eclectic which we wrote about this past spring.

Heather Ross

Beyond Beige's Petal Lounge.

Beyond Beige

And we love this cozy nook from Mango Design, a little piece of Greece here in Vancouver. Ono pendants by @propellordesign, cushions from @provide_home by @eskayel + @teixidors, encaustic Moroccan tiles from @annsacks_yvr , paint is Wool 01 by @colorhousepaint available @greenworks_yvr and vintage finds from @foundandfreed

Mango Design

 A fresh deck from Aloe Designs

Aloe Designs

Other highlights:

Livingspace featured #LivingDivani #CarbonFrog with an anniversary collection of the Frog Chair designed by #PieroLissoni in 1995.

Livingspace


A gorgeous exhibit from @joindesign featuring stool designs from 10 studios across the U.S. sponsored by Gray Magazine.


Love this stool from Speechless Studios from @joindesign


Jan Halvarson

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