Sunday, February 10, 2008

Interior Design Show '08

In 2005 I had a chance to go to Toronto for the Interior Design Show and had a terrific time, staying at the Soho Metropolitan, the same host hotel for this year's show. This year's show takes place Feb. 21 - 24, with a Thursday Opening Night Gala and a Professional Trade Show on Friday. Check out the description from their website on the Decadence themed gala, "Join us for… magical acappella quartets, gallant opera singers, unrestrained gospel tenors, and soulful blues belters… indulge in sumptuous food from around the globe and drinks from the finest wineries, spirit providers and mixologists. See and be seen among party revelers including IDS 08 Guests of Honour British Designer Tom Dixon, Belgian Designer Arne Quinze, Dutch Architect Winka Dubbeldam, and NY based designer Larry Laslo…Don’t miss the launch of designLIVE presented by The Globe and Mail and SONY BRAVIA featuring Brian Gluckstein, Lynda Reeves, Sarah Richardson, and Allen,Anwar and Matt (HGTV’s Designer Guys..."

This year I will have to go vicariously through the video postings on IDS Live and IDS Blog Is anybody planning to go? I'd love to hear about it if you do!


Michelle said...

oooooh sounds fantastic......I live in Sydney Australia so I'm obviously not going but the Retail and Trade show is coming up for me on the same weekend here and I am looking forward to that one !!!

Mary said...

I adore your taste and style featured in House Beautiful.Your amazing and full of talent and culture. Can you tell me where you purchased the Burberry throw. I love it. Thank you. M.J.

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