The 2018 Toronto Interior Design Show has come and gone leaving us lush with creative ideas. As the old adage goes, “Two heads are better than one.” Design is always there like a good friend willing to give you advice when you need it, and at Toronto IDS there was no shortage of inspiration.

We were particularly inspired by the Benjamin Moore booth where colour and textures reigned supreme! Inspired by a visit to Portugal, expert designer Shai DeLuca-Tamasi curated a spectacular showroom underscored by complementary blues and yellows, exotic feature tiles, and eye-catching artwork.

 

The stunning Benjamin Moore space at the Toronto Interior Design Show 2018 (source: @BenMoorePro Twitter)

 

Painted by Hani Gutin, two of the pieces were displayed as a diptych. A diptych historically divides a larger art piece in two. You may be familiar also with the term “triptych” which displays three pieces together. There are a number of reasons artists prefer either style. From a practical standpoint they are easier to move and store, but stylistically reasons may range from thematic elements, perspective, or simply the artist challenging him or herself artistically.

While a diptych may not fit your space, you might consider framing your canvas. Aside from the end result always being fab, framing the canvas draws focus to the artwork, brings a stylish room together, and takes your piece to another gorgeous level. Our Jaden ½” Midnight Matte is sleek and slim and keeps attention exactly where it needs to be: your artwork.

See more Gopoze canvas frames here.