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Toronto Interior Design Group

18 Hook Ave , Suite 103 , Toronto, Ontario , M6P 1T4  -   Map


At the Toronto Interior Design Group, we are passionate about design and strive to create timeless and harmonious interiors for our wide range of clients. While working closely with you, our talented team of designers will evaluate your needs and interpret your requirements in order to create your perfect space. TIDG offers a complete range of innovative interior designs including planning, purchasing and project management services for residential & corporate clients, residential developers and the hospitality industry. Our design work extends to the creation of custom furnishings, rugs, millwork and lighting. One could say that Yanic Simard knows the design industry from the ground up. Yanic Simard comes from a long line of industry professionals in Montreal that based their successes on the fact that good design and quality workmanship are the cornerstones to the art of living. Yanic has synthesized his experience in the building trade with his unrivaled creative talent to found the Toronto Interior Design Group (TIDG) one of Canadas leading design firms. The road to design success for Yanic did however take some detours along the way. After exploring Interior Design in Montreal, he spent several years in television where he enjoyed a successful career as a reporter for an entertainment show. Despite a promising career in media, Yanic never abandoned his love for Interior Design. A keen market observer for small spaces and creative thinker, he came to believe that small spaces and Transitional Design was the way of the future which became the modus operandi for the Toronto Interior Design Group itself. A talented team of professionals based in Toronto supports Yanic as TIDG strives to create new and innovative spaces for a wide range of clients. Their design spectrum is anything but narrow from minimalist to modern to elaborate traditional. Practicality and functionality play a vital role in the development of projects, while mixing old and new and high and low allows the uncompromised grand design scheme to work even on a budget. Yanic writes for many Canadian and international publications and blogs, and is the design editor for New Condo Guide. He is also a regular design guest expert to the #1 Canadian talk show Cityline on City, and is a columnist for the Toronto Star newspaper. Yanic is handsomely dressed by Sand Clothing. Yanics 2013 Design Motto: Finding meaningful likeness between contrasting objects is the essence of elegance

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