Highlights from IDSwest

Hinterland Design (photo by roberutsu).

It's been a whirlwind of a weekend at IDSwest, but we managed to take a few snaps and scout out others of some of the exhibitors that caught our eye. With just one day left (Sunday Sep. 28) the show is a definite must-see if you are in the market for something for your home.  Let's take a quick look!

Above: Loved this pendant light by Hinterland Design (photo by roberutsu). Below: Ottoman also by  Hinterland Design which is woven by hand and inspired by crab nets.

Hinterland Design - Photo by Dahlhausart
Loved this chair in the beautifully decorated Gray Magazine Conversation stage. Also loved the Eskayel pillows!

Another highlight was Cathy Terepocki and Dear Pony's airstream parked in the District (Poppytalk Curated).  Such a perfect way to display your work.

Dear Human had a beautiful display of their tiles in the Prototype section.

Char Kennedy is an Industrial Designer based in Vancouver B.C. Her work is comprised of furniture and products that explore materiality and form through an experimental and human centred approach.

An interesting chair from Carlos Angel , a Vancouver-based designer.

Heather of Dahlhaus had a really nice booth for her ceramics using handmade wooden containers she picked up in the interior this year.

Loved these gigantic knitted scarves and blankets from Natural Wool Knits.

Montauk's display is always a showstopper!  Their plaid sofa was surrounded in a plaid floor and wall to match!

Revolution Design made the trek from Portland bringing not only their coveted Boxcar wooden planters, but their newest line, the Madison Candle.

Falken Reynolds' Shed lounge was pretty amazing, a collaboration with Caesarstone and Lukas Peet.

Lighting by Lukas Peet for Falken Reynolds' Shed

Caesarstone for Falken Reynolds' Shed
IDSwest continues through till Sunday at 5pm at the Vancouver Convention Centre West.  For more information visit www.idswest.com.

Jan Halvarson

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