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Lighting: Debunking the LED

Lighting – debunking the LED

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Lighting – debunking the LED

Photos courtesy of Living Lighting Etobicoke-Kingsway

The world of lighting has been changing drastically in the past several years. It used to be we had a few products to select from, some better for certain applications than others, and as long as we addressed the basic principles of lighting we should be safe in our lighting design. However, the technology that had moved at a bit of snails-pace started to rapidly increase and we are finding ourselves reaching a point where the traditional incandescent bulb will soon be a thing of the past with, amongst others, the LED bulb taking centre stage.

The LED bulb, or light emitting diode, has graced us with its presence for several years now.

This is a bulb that functions differently than the conventional incandescent. In the LED bulb, electrical currents pass through tiny microchips, illuminating the tiny light sources referred to as “LEDs” … the result is visible light. To prevent performance issues, the heat LEDs produce is absorbed into a heat sink.

LED bulbs are definitely different in many ways when compared with incandescent. The LED bulb does not actually “burn out”. In the case of LED lighting, they will experience a lumen depreciation in lieu of the burn out effect; meaning the brightness of the LED simply dims slowly over time. The “lifetime” of the LED bulb, therefore, is recognized when the light output is decreased by about 30 percent. However, that said, many LED bulbs have a life expectancy of up to 50,000 hours; longer than the typical incandescent. Another major difference between these bulbs would definitely be their energy output. With incandescent bulbs, light productions involves generating a lot heat as the filament needs to be warmed; this is wasted energy as a large portion of this electricity is not actually producing any visible light. Based on this process, as the LED bulb functions in a different fashion, it also generates very little heat, whereby a higher percentage of the electricity required goes directly to the production of light… therefore “energy efficient” as it will consume one-sixth the energy of incandescent bulbs and can last up to twenty-five times longer.

This is definitely a fantastic and important factor, in our world today. However, let’s face it LED lighting is not necessarily a favourite of many. Between the too bright, too white, too cool and the undimmable factor, the LED had a rough start on the market.

Too bright…

Many believe that the wattage of a bulb is an indication of the brightness of light, but in actuality, it is a measure of the volume of energy the bulb draws. With incandescents, we have accepted a general correlation between watts and brightness. However, with LEDs it’s not quite the same as they are designed to draw less energy and therefore simply don’t equate; as a 60w incandescent is approximately an 8-12 watt LED. The best way to determine the light output is to work in a measurement of lumens, the accurate measurement of brightness a light bulb can provide.

Too white, too cool…

After a bit of a rough start with the colour of the basic LED bulb, which was drastically different than customary warm, yellowish light the years of incandescent gave us, we are now able to select from several options of white LED lighting. Warm white and soft white will give us a yellowy hue similar to that of an incandescent. The bright white LED bulbs will produce a much “whiter” light more similar to daylight. Technically speaking, light colour or colour temperature is measured in kelvins. The lower the number the warmer the light will be. The incandescent bulb lies somewhere between 2700k and 3500k, so to achieve a similar warmth or colour of light a 3000k LED would be a wise choice, instead of a 4000k, a definitely brighter and whiter light.

Dimmability…

There have been many issues with dimming LED lights, or even the inconsistency of the dimmability of LEDs. When retrofitting lighting, you need to remember that LED bulbs have a low electrical load, often lower than typical dimmers which are still designed for tungsten loads that are rated at 250w to 400w. It’s best to simply just use dimmers that have been specifically designed for LED loads, and in the case of smart home technology attention should be paid to ensuring the compatibility of the LED dimmers with that of the specific supplier. Sadly, an equal balance of consistent dimming is often extremely difficult to achieve. It’s never a good idea to mix different manufacturers on the same dimming circuit as every LED can have its own circuitry design and the dimmer may not be able to provide a consistent signal to each light source; resulting in flickering, humming and annoyance. The short of it is… to really avoid any issues should they occur the best would be to change all the bulbs on that particular circuit preventing any chance of inconsistency. This can be rather expensive, but chances are it will eliminate any issues until such time that technological progress perfects the “ghosts” of the LED bulbs.

Becoming more familiar with the LED bulb will hopefully put to rest the loss of the incandescent that so many of us will mourn. The LED is a different entity and needs to be realized as such, so instead of fighting the change, embrace it and move forward knowing that the LED will light the way for the future.

Linda Mazur is an award-winning, nationally publicized designer and Principal of Linda Mazur Design Group.

With almost two decades of experience this in demand multi-disciplinary design firm is known for creating relaxed stylish spaces and full-scale design builds within Toronto, the GTA and throughout Canada.

@LindaMazurGroup


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DESIGN: Small Space Living

Embrace your small space living and be realistic about the space you have

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Embrace your small space living and be realistic about the space you have

Small space living is rapidly growing in popularity. Whether it’s the appeal of enjoying the many amenities and charm of urban dwelling in lieu of square footage, or perhaps you are a first-time buyer or a downsizer, whatever your own reasons, many of us happily live in much smaller homes where space is at a premium.

Having a well-appointed home is not about the size of our living spaces but in fact how well our spaces are designed and organized. Many condos and lofts are now being built between 350 to 450 square feet or even smaller. Creating a well-designed, beautiful home in such small surroundings can be have its limitations, but it may not be as challenging as you first believe. Living in these smaller footprints forces us to be organized, creative and efficient with both our space and our belongings.

When living in smaller spaces, it’s important to remember that though you do not necessarily have an abundance of floor space for either furniture or storage, you do however have wall space. Thinking vertically is one key trick to maximize the comforts of small space living. Whether you use the space over your doorways for bookshelves, or you find hidden space for shelving – there is space available for you and ways to access it.

Fortunately, manufacturers have realized that this is quickly becoming the new reality and are designing products that allow for easier access to the once restrictive areas of our homes to reach. We are now able to have our televisions mount and store on the ceiling or, from companies like Panasonic, we can have easy access to those high reaching cabinets with shelving units that fold down to a workable height; just to name a few.

Another key point to consider in small space living is to purchase multi-functional furniture items. A simple coffee table ottoman can also facilitate storage, and in some cases are constructed with a pop-up desk for those days you may be working from home. However, this concept of being multi-functional also applies to items outside of furniture. In your kitchen, for example, companies such as Blanco have taken your simple sink to a whole new level. Their Quatrus Gourmet Series workstation enables you to create added work space – and counterspace – at your sink … a great feature for small kitchens.

When all else fails, another possibility is to outsource your storage. Companies such as Second Closet are available to facilitate off-site storage of even the simplest of things as your change of season wardrobe, thereby eliminating any clutter or congestion in your home.

Small space living can be fabulous. This does not mean that you need to make any concessions on style or comfort, it simply means strategic thought should go into your design. When designing your space identify and implement hidden areas and remember to choose wisely when purchasing items for your home. Embrace your small space living and be realistic about the space you have to ensure that your storage needs are met without compromising on the aesthetics of your home.

Linda Mazur is an award-winning, nationally publicized designer and Principal of Linda Mazur Design Group.

With almost two decades of experience this in demand multi-disciplinary design firm is known for creating relaxed stylish spaces and full-scale design builds within Toronto, the GTA and throughout Canada.

@LindaMazurGroup


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DESIGN: Breathing Life into Your Windows and Walls

Breathing new life into your windows and walls

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Breathing new life into your windows and walls

by Linda Mazur

Today’s windows and walls seem to have a new lease on life. With fabrics and wall coverings exploding with colours and patterns, it’s easy to garner a bit of “design inspo” and take your windows and walls from a simple blank canvas to an inspiration of creativity and style.

From impactful geometrics to bold vintage floral, beautiful opulent metallic finishes to leathers and cork, the world of fabric and wall coverings has a new direction and a new excitement! The patterns are endless, the colours are beautiful, the textures are rich. What more could we want to inspire us?

Fabrics and wallpapers are not the only mediums to have a new and bold look. Tile, wood, concrete and wall panelling also have a new direction that sparks our interest.

Tile, for example, has gone the direction of fabric and wallpaper with a new look and texture; there are bold colours and patterns and fantastic 3-D effects that simple no longer belong just in the bathrooms or on small backsplashes. They can be incorporated into creative wall finishes in every space from a living room fireplace wall, to an entry way, to an impactful wall in your dining room. If you’re looking to the more traditional uses of tile, such as your kitchen backsplash, then why not select a statement tile and use it on the entire wall, eliminating your upper cabinets and replacing them with open shelving? Or perhaps use a great patterned tile to create a feature wall in a tiny powder room; it will make more of a statement on your wall than on the tiny floor space.

Both fabrics and wall finishes can make a huge impact in any space. A few rolls of wallpaper can transform and define a space in dramatic and luxurious ways. far beyond that of just paint. Whether your room is large or small, creating attention to your walls can instantly set a style, make a bold statement or add character and personality to an otherwise basic design. They can change a vastly spacious room by making it feel more intimate and cozy, just the same way a bold and busy pattern can transform a small room in your home to a charming and dynamic space.

Wall coverings can address a blank wall in your home. However, many condo-dwellers today have a greater amount of windows than walls – the view and light is fantastic but it can also be challenging. With the volume of windows some of my clients have in their condos, window treatments can become a costly venture. When looking to add some type of window coverings to your home why not consider a combination of blinds and sheers? Motorized blinds are an easy option for condo-dwellers, providing privacy and sun control. However, blinds alone can sometimes seem unfinished in a room — with the addition of sheers this can become an attractive option. Much like wallpaper, sheers fabrics have come a long way in recent years! These are not the sheers you may remember from your childhood. Instead, the sheer fabric options available today are exciting, colourful, incredibly patterned and textured; just the perfect thing to frame out your vista.

Inspiring windows and walls will be on-trend moving forward, so take advantage of the bold patterns, great colours and fantastic product options available and add some character and personality to your home.

Linda Mazur is an award-winning, nationally publicized designer and Principal of Linda Mazur Design Group.

With almost two decades of experience this in demand multi-disciplinary design firm is known for creating relaxed stylish spaces and full-scale design builds within Toronto, the GTA and throughout Canada.

@LindaMazurGroup


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HomeFest 2018

RENO & DECOR Presents “Design Intervention” at the new HomeFest 2018

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RENO & DECOR Presents “Design Intervention” at the new HomeFest 2018

HomeFest runs from Friday, November 2nd, 2018 to Sunday, November 4th, 2018 at the International Centre in Mississauga.

Reno & Decor is thrilled to be offering Design Intervention at the first ever HomeFest. Whether you are looking for holiday decorating ideas or thinking about doing an addition to your home, Design Intervention is your one-stop-shop for all of your design dilemmas. Our design and décor specialists will be on hand each day from 11am – 6pm to offer you a FREE 15 minute consultation to help get you started on your next project. So be sure to come prepared with your photos, floor plans and samples to ensure you get the most out of your time. Consultation appointments can be made in advance at the Design Intervention booth #350.

We look forward to seeing you at HomeFest! Click here to get free tickets to Homefest.

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The Toronto Fall Home Show 2018

The Toronto Fall Home Show 2018 – ReCap

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The Toronto Fall Home Show 2018 – ReCap

RENO & DECOR Magazine presented:“Design Intervention”


Kristiina Roosimaa – RENO & DECOR booth designer

I am grateful for Reno&Decor, who gave me a great opportunity to design their 2018 Fall Home Show booth.

In my perspective the booth was an absolute pearl at the show this year with its Scandinavian aesthetics and feel. I had a wonderful chance to work with a Danish furniture company Bo Concept Toronto and their team who sponsored the interior setting with furniture and accessories.

To my pleasant surprise the walls for the created room settings all came pre-prepped with my specific instructions for painting which was sponsored by Benjamin Moore. In my opinion it is a great platform for the designers and sponsors who make this happen a great opportunity to be seen.

Thank You again for the opportunity.



Thanks to all the designers that participated in Design Intervention:


RENO & DECOR would like to thank the following sponsors of Design Intervention:


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DESIGN: All Fired Up!

DESIGN: All Fired Up!

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DESIGN: All Fired Up!

by Linda Mazur

We all are aware that fireplaces are a great design feature in any space. They visually enhance the aesthetic of a room and create a warm and cozy environment in the colder months. If you reside in a house, adding a fireplace to your home can be a relatively simple process; however, condo-dwellers may encounter a few challenges from space to accessibility, ventilation to finding an electric fireplace that “looks like a real fire.”

Many condos and lofts are outfitted with gas, or even wood-burning fireplaces, but if this is not the case for your particular condo all is not lost, as there are many different possibilities that would still give you the beautiful ambiance a fireplace can create while facilitating any structural or venting limitations you are facing.

Electric fireplaces have come a long way in appearance and functionality since they first entered the market. Today, electric fireplaces can boast designs that use revolutionary ultrasonic technology to create a lifelike flame and smoke effect simulating a real wood-burning fire, as well as designs that create a three-dimensional flame. You can also have an “open flame” electric fireplace, which is a great design should you want to incorporate a more traditional looking mantel and add a lovely fireplace screen to enhance the look. And recently, we have seen the introduction of a two-sided electric fireplace — a fantastic element to add and enjoy in two different rooms. Dimplex is one of my favourite go-to suppliers when I am designing a space that requires an electric fireplace. They have created unparalleled flame technology that is designed to suit any style, decor or application.

Another energy-efficient and “eco-smart” option would be ethanol burners. Ethanol burners do not require a chimney or a flue; there are no restrictive gas connections, which means they can be installed just about anywhere, providing you with endless design possibilities for your home.

Choosing the right design and function for your fireplace is key to maximizing the usage and enjoyment of your investment. As space can sometimes be limited, the addition of a fireplace to your condo should be well-planned. If properly designed, you may find that the fireplace feature can often become a multi-functional element, possibly serving as storage space as well as beautifying your home. With many of the options available today, you may find that incorporating your fireplace into a media console, or a built-in wall unit can facilitate the extra storage space you may need.

Today’s fireplace options and functionalities can vary greatly. Whether you prefer the traditional, formal mantel, or a more contemporary design approach is more your style, whether you need to incorporate added storage, or simply have enough space for a small table top unit – the atmosphere a fireplace can create in your home should not be lost. With the season changing, and the colder days soon approaching, why not consider adding a fireplace to your space and create for yourself that relaxed, inviting place to come home to?

Linda Mazur is an award-winning, nationally publicized designer and Principal of Linda Mazur Design Group.

With almost two decades of experience this in demand multi-disciplinary design firm is known for creating relaxed stylish spaces and full-scale design builds within Toronto, the GTA and throughout Canada.

@LindaMazurGroup


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TORONTO FALL HOME SHOW: Stuck For Space?

TORONTO FALL HOME SHOW: Stuck For Space?

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TORONTO FALL HOME SHOW: Stuck For Space?

Look up for your next storage solution

Would you trade square footage for a prime location and easy access to the best in food and entertainment? If you said yes, chances are, like many Torontonians, you’ve chosen to forfeit space to be downtown where the action is.

Although small spaces present unique storage challenges, have no fear — celebrity interior designer Linda Mazur has paired up with the 2018 Toronto Fall Home Show to provide those living in tight quarters a way to make the most of the space they do have.

“Thinking vertically is a design must when it comes to small spaces and storage solutions,” says Mazur. “There are several ways your small space can work for you without compromising the design aesthetic of your home.”

CONVERTIBLE FURNITURE

The original Murphy bed has inspired thousands of new, convertible furniture items that can be tucked away or collapsed when not in use for extra space. Try finding a table that flips up against the wall featuring a pegboard underneath to keep yourself organized.

UNUSED SPACE

Your footprint might be small, but there are quite a few places in apartments and condos that go totally unused, including doors. Adding a shelf above your doorframe will create sleek extra storage solution.

USE THE CEILING

Surface space may be lacking to display plants, collectables and books, especially if you have no room for even a side table. Why not use the ceiling? Suspend shelving or modern macramé baskets for a bohemian storage solution that keeps your floorspace clear and clutter free.

DUAL PURPOSE

Force your wall furniture into double-duty with hidden storage compartments that still look trendy. Instead of wasting the wall behind your bed with a headboard, try replacing it with a bookshelf. Voila! Talk about using your head.

CREATE YOUR OWN LOFT

When in doubt, make a new floor. Build a platform for your bed to create usable space underneath. Add a built-in desk underneath with extra drawers, create a cozy TV nook with a space for blankets or turn the stairs leading up to your new bedroom into an extra bookshelf.

TORONTO FALL HOME SHOW

September 28 to 30, 2018 at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Boulevard.

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The Toronto Fall Home Show - September 28 - 30, 2018

The Toronto Fall Home Show – September 28 – 30, 2018

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The Toronto Fall Home Show – September 28 – 30, 2018

Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place
100 Princes’ Blvd., Toronto, ON

RENO & DECOR Magazine presents:

“Design Intervention”

From September 28 – 30, 2018 at the Toronto Fall home Show, visit RENO & DECOR booth # 1319 to have all of your Design, Decor and Renovation concerns put to rest. Design Intervention runs every day from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. On-hand will be a host of design and decor experts along with your favourite R&D contributors offering free 15-minute consultations. Be sure to bring along your photos, samples and floor plans to ensure you get the most out of your appointment.


Kristiina Roosimaa – RENO & DECOR booth designer

Kristiina Eljand-Roosimaa is an experienced Senior Designer with over 17 years of consistent excellence in design and customer service.  Born in Estonia, the daughter of an architect father and vocalist mother, Kristiina was schooled in Toronto, Canada at the International Academy of Design.

After graduation from the academy, Kristiina honed her skills in Europe as a Junior Designer at a high profile drapery & design boutique.

From textiles, Kristiina moved to interior design and key client management establishing her own design/build firm and professional reputation before returning to Toronto in 2011.

Since her return to the Toronto area, Kristiina has opened her own design practice bringing the Nordic Living style and design simplicity to the Canadian landscape and mixing it with the Canadian comfort sensibility to create her own “Scandonadian” design style.

We can’t wait to see what she does to our RENO & DECOR booth at the Fall Home Show. Be sure to check it out.


Stage presentation:

Presented by RENO & DECOR Magazine. Saturday, September 29 at 2pm

Behind the Pretty – A well-designed home renovation must be functional first and enhance how you live in your home. Toronto designer, Rebecca Hay and interior designer, Cynthia Soda will get you “Reno Ready” as the participants of the Design Panel.

Learn their top designer tips to creating a stressfree renovation. Sharing their stylish, innovative design ideas and leading-edge products for today’s renovations.

Revealing the true benefits to working with a designer with their latest before and afters of familyfriendly, liveable luxury home projects.

Don’t miss the chance to get reno-ready this fall.


Design Intervention appearance schedule:

For updated designer appearance schedules, please keep checking back here.

Friday, September 28 = 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Saturday, September 29 = 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Sunday, September 30 = 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Friday, September 28 = 11 am – 3:30 pm

Saturday, September 29 = 11 am – 1 pm

Sunday, September 30 = 1:30 pm – 4 pm

Saturday, September 29 = 1 pm – 3:30 pm

Friday, September 28 = 11 am – 2:30 pm

Sunday, September 30 = 11 am – 1:30 pm

Friday, September 28 = 2:30 pm – 6 pm

Sunday, September 30 = 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Saturday, September 29 = 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Saturday, September 29 = 12:30 pm – 3 pm

Sunday, September 30 = 3 pm – 5:30 pm

Saturday, September 29 = 11 am – 1:30 pm

 

Friday, September 28 = 3:30 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, September 29 = 3 pm – 6 pm

Sunday, September 30 = 11 am – 1:30 pm

Sunday, September 30 = 11 am – 3 pm

Friday, September 28 = 2:30 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, September 29 = 3:30 pm – 6 pm

Saturday, September 29 = 3 pm – 6 pm

Friday, September 28 = 11 am – 1:30 pm


RENO & DECOR would like to thank the following sponsors of Design Intervention:

See you at the show!


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DESIGN: Staying Neutral

DESIGN: Staying Neutral

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DESIGN: Staying Neutral

by Linda Mazur

There is often a misconception that decorating in neutrals can be boring. A neutral palette can be far more dynamic than you may believe while creating a calm yet chic space that allows you to introduce drama and personality by way of furniture, lighting, artwork, accessories or design elements such as texture or architecture.

Photo courtesy AlendelFabrics.com
Photo courtesy AlendelFabrics.com

When working with neutrals one important design element to remember is texture. Texture is a wonderful addition to any space, and a great little design secret. Texture has the ability to add both powerful and simultaneously subtle dimension to a room. Staying in the calmer neutral tones can create a canvass for many great textures such as lush velvets, rough-hewn woods, beautiful natural marbles or richly antiqued metals to name a few. Sometimes, the use of bold colours for your walls can overpower or minimize the textural elements of your space, as opposed to highlighting them. There are a multitude of options available to create your own personality when decorating with neutrals. Reclaimed barnboard and cement accents may be desired by some of us, while others have an affinity for the plushness of a lovely velvet fabric and the elegance of beautiful silks for drapery.

One benefits to working with neutrals is the sense of timelessness that it creates. These subtle tones can enable you to easily highlight new trending colours, accessories and even finishes. The introduction of some boldly coloured toss cushions, great accessories, well-curated furnishings or fun patterns could be just the touch needed to elevate your neutral space to place of distinction.

TIPS:

  • Texture is of the utmost importance when keeping it neutral as it adds interest to your space
  • There are a multitude of shades and hues to work with in the realm of neutrals, don’t be afraid to mix it up a bit
  • Add pops of colour to your neutral spaces
  • Incorporate a wide selection of fabric types and patterns when working with neutrals
  • A touch of black can go a long way when working with neutrals

As a designer I do like to work in neutrals when designing for my clients. I enjoy creating spaces that appear effortless and timeless, offering the flexibility to easily alter the look of their spaces depending on the season, mood or current design trends. A neutral colour scheme can be an investment in your home. Think of it as a stepping stone to an abundant amount of design possibilities when blended with textures, patterns, accent colour, architectural detailing. Whether designing a main living space, bathroom or kitchen staying in a neutral colour palette opens up a world of options that are far from the mundane.

Neutrals create a calmness to our home. A warm and inviting space in which to relax, entertain and live. This classic and lasting approach to design can be far more dramatic than you may have originally thought. When planning your next project consider the charm of the neutrals. You may be surprised by the chic results!

Linda Mazur is a nationally publicized designer and Principal of Linda Mazur Design Group.

With almost two decades of experience this in demand multi-disciplinary design firm is known for creating relaxed stylish spaces and full-scale design builds within Toronto, the GTA and throughout Canada.

@LindaMazurGroup


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Trend Showcase: Texture Injects Interest Into Furniture And Decor This Year

Trend Showcase: Texture Injects Interest Into Furniture And Decor This Year

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Trend Showcase: Texture Injects Interest Into Furniture And Decor This Year

by Linda Mazur
Photos courtesy of Larry Arnal of Arnal Photography

Here’s what we found at the Furniture Show.

This year’s Trend Showcase at the Canadian Furniture Show, May 25th to 27th, 2018 boasted a multitude of trends that we will see sweeping the retail industry in 2018 and beyond.

The industry is making a serious shift back to simplicity and organic design, and that was evident in many of the pieces on display this past weekend. Smooth curves and rounded edges are prominent in furniture and decor, giving sofas, tables, chairs, and consoles a relaxed element; we’ve said goodbye to harsh modern angles and are welcoming an influx of softer pieces. Scandinavian design continues to be hot in 2018, as well as bold influences from the 70s.

The mixture of blonde wood with stylish and functional furniture will make a striking feature in the homes of many this year. Pops of black and white, and mixed metals finishes are also on the rise; we saw eye catching accessories, and decor pieces such as toss cushions and light fixtures created dramatic looks on the show floor.

A common theme amongst all of these incoming design trends is that of texture; whether it’s a plush velvet, a lovely wood grain, or a rough and industrial concrete finish, visual and tactile texture is injecting interest into furniture and decor this year. Lastly, technology continues to play a large part in trend-setting design.

Automation and ease of use is driving the furniture industry toward pieces that are not only on trend but are functional for the user. Whether you’re renovating your home or just looking for a fresh spring update, this year’s Trend Showcase was the perfect queue for what’s to come for retail in 2018 and 2019.

Linda Mazur is a nationally publicized designer and Principal of Linda Mazur Design Group.

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