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Toronto’s Interior Design Show Favourites

The start of a new year is the perfect time to upgrade your home’s interior design. Luckily, you don’t have to completely renovate your home to refresh your living spaces. Simple upgrades and decorative accents can make a big impact and reflect the “new you” this New Year! This year’s Interior Design Show featured so many innovative and unique trends. Here is a round up of styles that are prevalent in today’s most on-trend interiors.

  1. STAGGERED PENDANT LIGHTING

Lighting fixtures make a bold statement and serve as the focal point of a room. Homes with tall ceilings or a large foyer can also benefit from the increased sizes of today’s most popular lights.

2. CORK WALL COVERINGS


Put a little colour and style into your stark office. Because of its highly decorative quality and natural texture, cork usually looks best as a feature wall and there are practical advantages in doing this as well. You will also be providing extra insulation as, apart from its decorative qualities, cork deadens sound, is warm to the touch and keeps heat in and cold out. Cork it up baby!

3. A DRINK AT THE JETSONS!

With understated elegance and undeniable beauty, This futuristic and innovative bar capsule would turn any bar into a thing of art.

4. ARTISTIC TILE

This tile takes interior design to the next level. A variety of top-quality artistic and mosaic tile features add a touch of luxury and a whole lot of style. This Italian design does not come cheap. Starting at approximately $250 per sq.ft.

5. TOP HAT LIGHT FIXTURES

Hats off to this design! The structure and playfulness of these top hat light fixtures is sure to make a statement in any room.

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