VIDEO: The best of IDS 2015

This past weekend, IDS 2015 unleashed a wave of chic and ultra cool products, decor inspirations and good times on Toronto. After completing its 17th annual rotation, it’s fair to say that the Interior Design Show has become an all out institution in the North American design world. Undoubtedly, one of the coolest things about the Interior Design Show is its broad appeal. Featuring hundreds of exhibitors ranging from international heavyweights like Missoni Home and Ikea, to independent designers, IDS 2015 showcased more than just what was on trend. New Condo Guide‘s editor Lydia McNutt sat down with IDS 2015 sales director Lisa Barnes to get the exclusive scoop on the must sees of the year, and who will blaze the design trail in 2015.

Must-sees of IDS 2015

Missoni Home

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Photo by Lydia McNutt

Founded in 1953, Missioni Home is considered an industry leader. With brightly patterned designs and creative use of knitwear, Missoni Home’s exhibit sat up front and centre of the IDS 2015. Marked as must see by Lisa, Missoni Home definitely set a colourful tone for IDS 2015.

Cubitat

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Photo by Lydia McNutt

When Urban Capital teams up with Italian designers, you can only imagine the results would be magnificent. Needless to say, Urban Capital and Luca Nichetto design studio‘s latest project, Cubitat, is an intelligent living unit that elegantly expands on Urban Capital’s small space living solutions.

Caesarstone Swings

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Photo by Lydia McNutt

With products sold in 42 countries around the world, Isreali stone surface manufacturer Caesarstone brought more to IDS 2015 than just a sponsored main stage. It’s only fitting that Lisa’s final must see from IDS 2015 is this awesome swing-centric installation created by Caesarstone in partnership with Philippe Malouin design.
Videographer/ Editor: Brandon Bastaldo

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