Category Archives: Indaba Inspirations

Vacation is Calling: Pack Your Bags!

We couldn’t be more excited to welcome tomorrow’s summer solstice. In the name of sunshine, beach days, cabin retreats, and everlasting evenings, we’ve selected some of our favourite holiday themed products. Details Below. 1. Carry your sundresses and sandals in … Continue reading

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Ambiente Trends 2014

You may have noticed we went a little quiet on social media after the Toronto Gift Fair. Rest assured, we didn’t freeze in the sub zero temperatures, rather we set off on a trend and sourcing exploration adventure to see … Continue reading

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Spring Trend-spotting: Indigo Blues

Indigo blue has long symbolized power and this spring it is unleashing its strength as one of the season’s key decorating colours. Combinations of natural blues in ethnic patterns evoke handmade authenticity and artisan skill. We love the look of … Continue reading

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Indaba Inspirations: Decorating with Black and White

“Women think of all colors except the absence of color. I have said that black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony.” – Coco Chanel Indaba was recently featured in Canadian Living’s trendsetting … Continue reading

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Indaba Inspirations: Jimmy Nelson’s Breathtaking Portraits of The World’s Most Remote Tribes

We’re always searching for inspirations from the world around us to interpret and translate into beautiful décor and accessories for the home. Whether it be from art, nature, history, culture, or architecture, trends in fashion and interior design repeatedly stem … Continue reading

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Indaba Inspirations: Olson Kundig Architecture

This week Indaba Inspirations is straying slightly from the usual home decor/accessories, focusing this time on some exemplary designs exhibited within the home itself. Olson Kundig Architects, located just across the border in Seattle, Washington –  was founded by Jim … Continue reading

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Indaba Inspirations: Olivier Dollé

Olivier Dollé, this weeks Indaba Insiration, hails from Annecy, a small town nestled in the French Alps. Having attended the the highly credible Boulle School of Arts in Paris, Dollé received his degree, focusing on the innovation and production of traditional … Continue reading

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Indaba Inspirations: No White After Labour Day

The warm breezes and sandy beaches of Summer seem to have disappeared just as as quickly as they had arrived. For most people, the conclusion of August is synonymous with fleeting freedom, happiness and well… sunburns. While the latter will … Continue reading

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Indaba Inspirations: Choosing The Perfect Chair

When it comes to decorating a home, picking the perfect chair(s) can be an extremely difficult task. Unlike purchasing a coffee table or a dresser, a chair has to have both an appealing aesthetic, as well as comfort and function. … Continue reading

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Indaba Inspirations: Delphine Krakoff

Delphine Krakoff, the founder of Pamplemousse Design in New York, New York, spent her early days subconsciously soaking up ‘designspiration’ in her hometown of Paris, France. While her interests and education were focused solely on business, it was her sharp … Continue reading

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