Interior Decor Resources Canada

Interior Decor Resources Canada

I.D.E.A. 2016


Interior Decor Excellent Awards 2016 Winners

IDRC is pleased to announce 2016 IDEA submissions






The award is going to Ana Interiors for two projects, COSMIC CHIC and SAFARI GIRL

This Jetson-inspired one bedroom, one bath, 565 square foot condo has a clean modern space-age feeling. Geometric and contemporary lines paired with vibrant accent colours play paramount in this bright and energetic space. The accent colour, Chartreuse, is painted on both sides of the feature wall separating the bedroom and living room. The bedroom has a gorgeous greyed wood bed with built in headboard lighting. Custom-made LED side table lamps oscillate the entire colour spectrum slowly offering pleasant and peaceful mood lighting. The stainless steel pendant is super stylish and lights the bedroom beautifully. Cute Lego art in IKEA frames is a fantastic way to add playful, original and fun elements. The open living room and kitchen offers contemporary sculptural seating that is also very comfortable. The ottoman grouping acts as a coffee table cluster and also adds extra seating which can be moved around the room. The statement mirror above the sofa plays on the shapes found in the condo, and is a major design element. The lounger and swivel chair in accent colours make for a perfect furniture arrangement. The white dining table and organic inspired barstools look so fresh against the stainless steel backsplash, light grey cabinetry and citrusy accessories. 3D wallpaper opposite the kitchen mimics the design in the backsplash as does another pillow tucked into the white glass, low slung media unit. A graffiti art collage in the entry ties the entire colour scheme of this modern unit. The desk niche houses an amazing lime green adjustable stool. A retro white Apple computer (not shown) adds a whimsical touch along with the custom sewn grey fabric vase in the living room. The area rug and the sheer fabric used for the custom shower curtain and faux Roman blind, have a digital flare. This cosmic condo not only looks spacey, it feels incredibly spacious! 


This 543 sq ft supremely elegant condo is dressed in sophisticated neutrals with African tribal hints and inspired by the fashion house of Ralph Lauren. The hammered silver drum table in the living room is filled with fine sand and topped with a coiled whip which can be viewed through the glass table top. The large cut-metal globe chandelier is a stunning light feature in the living room that leaves an intricate pattern on the ceiling when it is illuminated. The long antiqued mirror running along the entry through to the dining room opens the narrowness of the space and reflects the kitchen cabinetry on the opposite side. Under the mirror is Phillip Jeffries’ Southern Sands grasscloth. The dining table is a perfect place for two, but also has two leaves that flip up to make a round table when more guests arrive. The dining chairs are slip covered in linen and detailed with horn buttons down the back. In the bedroom, the bamboo ladder with white fabric woven through it not only draws the eye up to the 9 foot ceiling, but also acts as a beautiful canopy for the storage bed. The vinyl zebra print wallpaper makes for a perfect headboard as it is durable and sits flush to the wall which allows for more space around the bedroom. The bathroom boasts a custom shower curtain in a giraffe print and natural cased aqua and blue butterflies. Wonderful art and accessories like the large mother of pearl mirror and entry console table lamp round out the space. Robert Allen's Anatolia fabric in Mineral on the large sofa toss cushion ties in the entire unit’s colour scheme.

Dima Ahmad of Designs by Dima will be featured with her winning project in a future Blog.

Camille Depeiza a second year Interior Decorating student at Sheridan College, aknowleged for the Elegant Cabin Oasis design on Sketchup and Vray. Congratulations Camille for great effort and fututer I.D.E.A's awaiting for your executed project submissions.


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