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- $15 for two tickets to the Interior Design Show West (a $30 value)
- $25 for four tickets to the Interior Design Show West (a $60 value)<p>
This year’s Interior Design Show West will be held at the Vancouver Convention Centre the weekend of September 28–30. You can find a full schedule here.<p>
The eighth annual Interior Design Show West invites homemakers, decorators, and tastemakers of all kinds to mingle and trade ideas. In addition to the displays of innovative products and dozens of exhibitions, this year’s highlights include appearances by top designers and shopping at The One Of a Kind District. Visitors can also see selections and winning entries of the 100 Mile House design competition, which challenged builders to construct a house entirely of products and materials from within 100 miles of Vancouver.<p>
Interior Design Show West
For eight years, designers and aficionados from across British Columbia and North America have gathered in Vancouver to trade news, ideas, and inspiration. Hundreds of exhibitors—from retail shops to local artisans—display new products and talk shop from behind as many booths. In The One Of a Kind District, artists sell unique household items from pillows and earrings to wads of duct tape that prevent table wobbliness. In Future Masters, area design students forecast the future of the industry; Studio North celebrates established but young Canadian talent. In between shopping and beefing up rolodexes, visitors can listen in on talks delivered by industry luminaries.
_Children 12 and under get free admission to the Interior Design Show West._
Interior Design Show Vancouver
The Pacific Northwest has experienced a major design boom that has been especially embraced in Vancouver, where the design community has become vast and mighty. Now in its thirteenth year, IDS Vancouver has had the privilege of seeing it grow, supporting its members and championing it the world over. The hundreds of vetted exhibitors range from retail shops to designer brands, and they're all here to display new products or talk shop with other industry professionals.
Highlights at this year's IDS Vancouver include the Tokyo Exchange curated by Design Milk, IntroLA, THE MIX: A Dutch Design Cross Pollination, Clay & Glaze, Open Studio, Prototype, The District, and more. In addition to the visual splendor, guests can hear Kate Arends of Wit & Delight and Camille Walala provide keynote presentations on the Caesarstone Stage.