The theme of this year’s show, that ran from April 7-10, was New Futures, four days filled with an immersive showcase of original design and aspirational installations. It was a joy to be there and I am delighted to be able to share these highlights from some of the talented exhibitors.
Be Shine Textiles combines old-world techniques with modern fabrication to create specialty fabric wallpapers. The highly detailed work is perfect for anyone who wants a luxurious, one-of-a-kind feel for their residential or commercial projects. Contact Be Shine for a quote. beshinetextile,com
Warm up your exterior setting with this outdoor gas fire pit made of ultra-light concrete, lava stone and decorative rocks. Designed and handcrafted locally, Element is available at Jardin De Ville. Starting at $1,895.
Ashley MacDonald is an Indigenous Sculptural Furniturist designer and maker. Her form-driven functional pieces celebrate daily rituals we share. She strives to create an emotional bond with the user through storytelling and the use of natural materials. The float bar stool has a skateboard-inspired moulded curved seat using layers of veneer to create a seamless and reactive seat. ashleyjmacdonald.com