The vendors were few and far between and mostly of no interest to us. We walked through the show and did talk to a few vendors in under two hours. This is the first home show that we have not had to line up to walk through the model home, and this was just before lunch time. Normally the line ups are horrendous. The model home though left a lot to be desired and there was probably as many representatives for the companies featured in the home as there were visitors going through it.
I did take a few photos though. There was an area called Tablescapes- A Feast for the Eyes. You can read more about it here.
It was the light fixture that caught my attention here. This was designed by EQ3
It was the manikin that caught my attention here. It was rather creepy!!
This blue and white display was by Bombay and was a lovely design.
Below is a bed I fell in love with, shame they only have it in grey. It's from a company from Casalife in Toronto.
The photo below is of a custom built in unit with an electric fire and a tv that raised up and down. It was lovely and only cost $11,000!!!! We decided to pass!
I spotted this from across the aisle!!! Yes it's a bath tub.
It was sold though; yes someone actually bought it and paid $5,000. Don't worry if it's something that you really have to have they have another one, as remember you have to buy shoes in pairs!!! Here is their website.
Napoleon was there and I really liked these gas fires for outside. Their factory is just north of Barrie, so close to us; sort of.
On the way out I spotted this bed and thought it was pretty stylish.
We did manage to find one water softener person in the whole show and they did give us some information. Had wanted to see some tile booths; none to be seen; also hoped to see some lighting booths, again none. Oh well due to us getting the free tickets we'll check out the show in March and see what we can find there.