Our 1854 Suburban Farm House

Our 1854 Suburban Farm House
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Monday, January 31, 2011

Sarah Richardson Designs a Great Space for the IDS (with her younger brother Theo)

Yesterday I took the day off, and headed via the Go Train, with my photographer friend Lisa to Toronto. We attended the Interior Design Show,where we got to feast our eyes on the latest interior designs by the industry's best.
Tommy Smyth (Sarah's sidekick)and Suzanne Dimma (editor of House and Home magazine) gave the audience an hour or so of their time to present a slide show of designer tricks.
But the show stopper was an exhibit called Sibling Revelry.  Four sets of Canada's most creative siblings design spaces. Included were Sarah and her brother Theo Richardson,along with Dixon & Glenn Dixon, Jason Dressler & Lars Dressler, and Thien Ta Trung & My Ta Trung
A picture is worth a thousands words..so here's a peek if you missed it.

Theo Richardson of RICH,BRILLIANT,WILLING
Richardson's Front Entrance





Lisa Tane photography


Richardson's



Richardson's Dining Room

Richardson's Office
Theo's product + Sarah's Interior = perfection
Lisa Tane Photography

my point and shoot of the boudoir
(that's why Lisa's is the photographer)
Suzanne wiping her lipstick off  Tommy's cheek

Brian Gluckstein and Lynda Reeves

Suzanne Dimma

Tommy Smyth

House and Home display

Tommy and Suzanne giving designer tricks



taking a rest

<3

Montauk Sofa

Montauk Sofa

Jason and Lars Dressler

origami by the design students at Ryerson,for Glenn & David Dixon

Dixon House

Dixon House

Dixon House

Dixon House




Cranberry Hill Kitchens
















Lisa's shot of the living room by Dixon House

Lisa took this also, Dixon House





not sure who the artist was but these were sold :(

An image from England by Andrew Collette

NFL by Andrew Collett

talented Canadian photographer Andrew Collett
Lisa and I leaving the show
another great shot by Lisa
Hope you enjoyed the images from this years show!
Natalie

3 comments:

Razmataz said...

Suzanne Dimma is really startign to grow on me. I was apprehensive when she first came to H and H, but now I am really enjoyed her approach and style.

Carriage House Antiques said...

I agree she brings a sense of calmness to a hectic world,she's all about clean lines,she's organized and sensible..I think she is doing a great job for H&H
Did you get to the show?
Natalie

Deb said...

Thanks for showing all the photos. It almost felt like I was there!