Join us at IDS Vancouver Sept 22-25

I'm thrilled to be participating at IDS Vancouver 2016. 

So much to experience and explore...

This year's show is shaping up to be exceptionally inspiring, and the feeling of community and celebration is already building!

With the launch of my first book in spring 2016, I've been invited to share my 'natural eclectic' philosophy through a number of different mediums.  

I'll be encouraging you to delve beneath the surface and explore a lifestyle that is not only nuanced with beauty and grace but also deeply personal, multilayered and connected to the natural world. 

Open Studio ~ Sept 22-25

This year, I'm one of a select group of designers invited to create an Open Studio exhibit on the theme of Colour, sponsored by the Portland-based Colourhouse Paint. I chose their paint shade WATER.05 to create a dreamy atmospheric space that speaks to the elemental quality of water.

You'll find me at my Open Studio throughout the show for meet and greets, and book signings. We'll also have books for sale should you feel so inspired!

Here's a 'sneek peek' at the inspiration and design I've been working on for my Open Studio installation:

Caesarstone Stage ~ 3pm ~ Sunday, Sept 25

I'm nervous but thrilled to be following amazing international talent as a speaker on the Caesarstone Main Stage on Sunday, Sept 25 at 3pm. I'll be sharing my 'natural eclectic' philosophy ~ we'll explore the elemental qualities of the natural world and how they provide both inspiration and materials for design that is moving, meaningful and enduring.

Dinner x Design

You'll also spot some 'natural eclectic' at Dinner x Design. Tina and Brook–the dynamic duo behind Designers Collective–are creating a three-dimensional dining space. I was excited to contribute ~ along with many other talented local creatives such as Botany Living ~ to what promises to be an awe-inspiring and delightful experience.      

Buy your tickets today ~ I look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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