At this 12 months’s Worldwide Design Present in Toronto, dwelling interiors model City Barn unveiled their new dwelling decor assortment with Canadian designer Aly Velji.

This limited-edition assortment attracts from international influences and conventional craftsmanship. The gathering dubbed Wanderlust explores Velji’s experiences as a globetrotter and what it means to carry the fantastic thing about different cultures into your property. That includes items impressed by faraway locations, Wanderlust provides 17 distinctive decor gadgets with a mixture of patterns and designs which might be versatile sufficient to enhance any design fashion.

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The gathering options every thing from rugs and pillows to urns and accent chairs. Velji describes his collaboration with City Barn as a “dream come true,” with the imaginative and prescient for the gathering being approachable and considerate.

With over 14 years within the design trade, Aly Velji has cultivated a personalised aesthetic that speaks to him. “You may see my travels and passions expressed by this assortment,” says Velji. “There’s at all times room to diversify your decor, and I imagine this assortment permits owners to do this seamlessly.”

City Barn Launches New Assortment with Designer Ali Velji

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Velji’s assortment invitations owners and design lovers to embrace the surprising. Each piece on this assortment has a singular means of making an eclectic standpoint in your dwelling.

Our private favorite items embody the Half Moon Console Desk and the Ivory Ottoman. Should you’re a pure globetrotter and have an affinity for design, Aly Velji’s Wanderlust would be the “escape” it’s good to flip your property right into a paradise.
Wanderlust is now accessible on-line at City Barn. Click on right here to buy the gathering.

Dark green painted walls, white arm chair and ottoman

Photographs courtesy of Joel Klassen.