What to see at Interior Design Show 2022

IDS Future shows

From April 7 to 10, the Interior Design Show (IDS) Toronto is returning in-person for the 23rd edition with the theme of New Futures. For a limited time, enjoy an offer of 20 per cent off any regular price adult ticket with code MEDIA20.

Celebrating and promoting design in Canada and across the world, IDS presents the best in design and thought leadership from emerging local designers to international legacy brands. The show hosts the most influential design minds of today and the future and is a platform to launch never-before-seen products. The Interior Design Show is not just a fair – it's a total design experience! Here’s a sneak peek of what to expect:

The best of Canadian design

The long-lasting impact of supply chain challenges these past few years have reinforced the importance of supporting local designers, makers and manufacturers. At IDS Toronto, you will get to meet the best of Canadian designers and see their latest collections in person.

Browse hundreds of products designed, sourced and made in Canada, from Vaste, Jacques & Anna, Zeed, Kubicle, Urban BonFire, Fogo Island Workshop, hollis+morris, Studio Munge and more.

The Anchor pendant from IDS22 exhibitor hollis+morris
The Anchor pendant from IDS22 exhibitor hollis+morris

The latest in home technology

We have all been spending so much more time cooking, baking and experimenting in the kitchen lately. Come to IDS Toronto to see the latest innovation in home and kitchen technology and design, including Miele’s 7000 series line of appliances, Caesarstone’s Pebbles collection of quartz countertop, and so much more.

The all-new Miele Generation7000 Cooking Appliances
The all-new Miele Generation7000 Cooking Appliances

Inspiring talks from the most celebrated designers

Don’t miss Design Talks, an inspiring keynote series at the main Caesarstone Stage, taking place on Sunday, April 10.

In conversation with Lynda Reeves, interior designer Brian Gluckstein will discuss The New Mix – what we’re loving, for the way we live now. Interior designer Ali Budd will share insights on the new boho style and how to get it, and House & Home Art Columnist Diana Hamm will guide you on how to build an exciting collection of emerging Canadian artists.

*Attendance to all keynote presentations on the main stage is included with your public weekend ticket.

Use code MEDIA20 to get 20 per cent off your tickets at IDS Toronto.

Buy Tickets Here