Nest Notes

The National Home Show is back

After a two-year hiatus from its annual trade show, the National Home Show, The Big One, presented by RE/MAX, is back. The 10-day National Home Show, March 10-20, 2022 at Toronto’s Exhibition Place, is set to inspire 150,000+ attendees with new trends, expert advice, how-tos and so much more to help make everyone’s dream space a reality, regardless of size or budget. Also new for 2022, showgoers can get hands-on at a Masterclass session. The series of interactive seminars will be an extension of the great content attendees will find on the main stage, but in a much more intimate and hands-on setting.


Television City

Experience modernist living in Television City, the new world-class residential and commercial development coming to downtown Hamilton by Toronto’s Brad J. Lamb and Lamb Development Corp. in partnership with Movengo Developments. Located on the site of the former CHCH News studio, Television City’s residents will enjoy hotel-like amenities featuring an outdoor infinity pool, fitness centre, a co-op tech centre for a collaborative workspace environment and, for families, a children’s play centre. Television City is also pet friendly, with a private dog walk and washing station.

Intentional art for your home

Bring some beautiful intentional wall art to your home and Intuitive Circle by Oakville artist, Carrie Jackson. Starting with a copper pipe that is formed into a circle and welded together, she uses an assortment of unique materials to weave a stunning piece of art, completely unique every time. Using materials such as cotton, wool, silk, felt, string, rope, chenille, ribbon, yarn and knitted strips, the process to create each one is meditative and purposeful for Carrie. “Art can be a daily reminder of a goal, dream or feeling that motivates you or makes you smile,” she says. “I want to spread happiness.” For more information, email carrie@theintentional

Vintage Herman Miller

Herman Miller has brought its coveted vintage posters back into production with faithfully recreated framed prints for the home and office. Now a selection of the brand’s most popular pieces are available through Herman Miller and Design Within Reach’s (DWR) online stores.

Art Deco bathroom design

Luxury kitchen and bathroom brand DXV has launched its Belshire bathroom collection in Canada. Inspired by the Art Deco style of the 1920s, Belshire offers homeowners and designers a full bathroom suite of exquisite fittings, fixtures and furniture. Each piece in the Belshire collection exudes the optimism, sophistication and elegance of the era, enhanced by the conveniences of today. The DXV Belshire Collection is now available through an exclusive network of showrooms across Canada.