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Our Top 5 from IDSwest

Another fabulous IDSwest has come and gone. Like every other year, the show was the place to be if you love all things beautiful! With over 35,000 attendees over 3.5 days, it’s a very busy weekend where we have the opportunity to connect with past clients and introduce ourselves to new ones.

And while most of our time was spent chatting with trend setting designers and homeowners, we did manage to sneak away from our booth and check out all of the other fabulous exhibitors. Here are our top five that caught our eye at this year’s IDSwest (in alphabetical order):

By Nature

By Nature Design, Mossart Walls

Local to Vancouver, By Nature reconnects people with nature by transforming spaces into healthy living environments. We absolutely love their collection of Mossart walls. Talk about eco-friendly! (We loved them so much we’ve decided to feature Mossart walls in our showrooms. Stay tuned for more info!)

Camouflage Heater

Camouflage Heater

Camouflage Heater is an energy efficient heating system that combines art with function. Based out of Quebec, Camouflage Heater uses radiant infrared technology to secretly heat your space. Genius and stunning.

Cerno Lighting

Cerno Lighting

Based out of California, this trio does lighting well! Cerno Lighting caught our eye last year and we loved them as much this year. Their unique lights are made with solid walnut wood and they can easily be used as your space’s work of art – they’re that gorgeous.

Reclaimed Print

Reclaimed Print

Reclaimed Print is a local business (or is it artist?) that uses innovative technology to print on wood. Wow! From unique stationery to artwork, their work combines nature and design for a stunning effect.

Spruce Collective

Spruce Collective, Abbotsford, BC

Spruce Collective is a brick & mortar retail store in Abbotsford with an “I-want-it-all” array of vintage items for your home. Spruce Collective is officially our new happy place! And if you need anything for special events, they also have a rental department… oh my!

Until next year IDSwest!