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one of a kind christmas show & sale - part one

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one of a kind christmas show & sale - part one

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I attended the One Of A Kind Christmas Show & Sale yesterday, here in Toronto, and got the chance to chat with so many talented artisans and snap a few shots of their booths. There are far too many products to share with you in one post, so I’ll be doing a series of four posts, in order to introduce you to my top 20 favourite artisans from the show. Let’s get started!   1. Nicole Tarasick

I was really excited to see Nicole’s booth because I’ve long admired her travel-inspired collection of pillows, bags & prints. Her exhibit didn’t disappoint! I love that she built walls and shelving from unfinished plywood and let her work speak for itself. Visit her at booth P-22 or stop by Style Garage, where you’ll find her wares accessorizing the showroom.   2. Bookhou As I blogged about a few weeks back, I’m a big fan of Bookhou’s understated line of textile house wares and wood furnishings.  Just like their products, their booth was simply beautiful. I especially love their hand drawn logo on the chalkboard accent wall. Visit them at booth O-07.   3. Dave Murray Dave Murray, a Toronto based illustrator and designer, caught my eye with his neighborhood mapping series of prints. Dave plans to add more local neighborhoods to this series, as long as he can reach them by bicycle. Make sure to visit Dave at booth R-23 this week, since he’ll only be exhibiting for 5 days.   4. iDENTITY Apparel company, iDENTITY, channels its love for this country into designing t-shirts and pillows that are unmistakably Canadian. These throw cushions would make the perfect girl-friendly gift for the true Canuck man in your life. Pick one up at booth T-07. They sure look cozy, eh?   5. Studio Liscious Studio Liscious is a modern family business that crafts unique home wares from their Caledon workshop, here in Ontario. Their expansive combined skill sets allow them to produce painted, wood, and photographic works that are uniquely charming. Having the opportunity to chat with them about their process was a pleasure. See for yourself by visiting them at booth L-03. Don't forget, the show ends on December 4th! Lia Fagan is an interior designer & the creative force behind Mod Pieces, an online boutique, specializing in restyled vintage lighting. When she’s not in her studio, she’s offering up tips for how to “design outside the lines” on her blog, Mod Nest.
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one of a kind christmas show & sale - part one