The next big holidays, Easter and Passover, are here!

With that being said, we want to make our homes bright and festive for the holidays.

Small changes in accessories and accent pieces can make a huge difference.

Freshen up the living room with a new rug and some colorful pieces of art.

Your kitchen will look brand new by adding fresh flowers and some accent jars with spices and baskets of new linen serviettes.

The family room is the room when we all get together and spent the most meaningful time that we will remember forever.

Add some new toss pillows on your sofa, new accent lamps and the room will come alive.

Happy Passover and Happy Easter to all!

Article Written By: Alla Wolfson
Design Specialist at Decorium
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Easy ways to stage your home on a budget.

If you’re planning to sell your house, there are proven ways to increase the chance of selling your home quickly, and at the right price.

1. Declutter your rooms, cabinets, closets.

2. Deep clean your living space and keep your home smelling fresh and clean.

3. Rearrange your furniture to create inviting conversational area.

4. Don’t over stage your home.

5. Add some fresh flowers to the rooms.

Remember, in design the less is more. Create a lifestyle people are looking for.

Article Written By: Renata Biala
Design Consultant at Decorium
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We can work it out

An egg hunt is a game during which decorated eggs or Easter eggs are hidden for children to find.Children like playing games and they get excited  when they find the prize. For example the egg or a treasure in a treasure hunt, or a game of hide and seek. 

In keeping with the upcoming holiday of Easter, we here at Decorium want to make it easy for you to shop for beautiful home furnishings. There is a large selection of furniture in our 100,000 sq.ft.showroom, and that can sometimes seem rather daunting. We don’t want it to be overwhelming, we want to help make your experience enjoyable.

We know that as adults, you Value time! So let us ‘Hunt’ for right pieces for your home so that you can treasure them for a long time. Everyone has different taste, different budgets, different room challenges. As design specialists,”We can work it out” just as the song title suggests!

Article Written By: Ellen Zworth

Design Consultant At Decorium

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Decorating Your Entryway


When it comes to decorating your home, it’s important to not forget your entryway.

Stepping into your home should be a pleasant experience and should inspire you and your guests to walk through your door.

Here are a few tips on how to create a beautiful vignette for your entryway, that will greet your guests in style:

FLOORING:  A beautiful area rug placed inside the entrance of your door adds colour, texture, and warmth.

ARTWORK:  Add a bold print or painting to create interest to your walls.  This can also be a great introduction to the colour scheme used throughout the rest of your home.

MIRRORS:  Using mirrors can visually open up a narrow entryway as well as reflect light for a brighter space.

MULTIFUNCTIONAL FURNITURE:  Console tables can double as a place to display your favourite accessories such as books and photos, and can provide storage for small items such as keys and mail.

LIGHTING:  In addition to lighting your entryway, introducing a beautiful chandelier will definitely make a grand statement.

SEATING:  Carve out a spot for you and your guests to take off their shoes when entering your home by adding a bench or a chair near your front door.

So, whether you have a grand entryway or a small dark corner, think of your entryway as it’s own little room.  It’s the first area of your home your guests will see and it gives them a little taste of what’s to come…so go all out – here’s your chance to really make a statement and reflect your style and creativity!

Article Written By: Beatrice Espinola

Design Consultant at Decorium

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Wow, velvet ! It makes everything seem just a little more sumptuous. With its regal good looks and unsurpassed softness, its hard not to love it.

“Velvet “ is synonymous with “Special.”  A velvet jacket feels more luxurious than a polyester jacket. And a Red Velvet cupcake sounds more decedent than a chocolate cupcake.  “Velvety smooth” is a common expression to describe anything soft.

The material has been around for centuries.  While clearly its not a new fabric, in has become increasingly popular in the past few years.
Consider this posh fabric for your home for dining room chairs, an upholstered sofa, an upholstered headboard, or toss pillows as an accent on your couch.

Here are three reasons why you should choose Velvet:
1. Softness and luxury.  Velvet is one of those materials that you  buy because you want it, not because it’s practical.  Its a luxury fabric and looks and feels the part.

2. Light and volume.  Because Velvet has a nap, it shows the direction across the piece its covering.  It looks most welcoming on a tufted sofa.

3. Colour depth.  Velvet is dyed so the colours can be quite rich.  Add some punch to a plain sofa with a berry velvet pillow, or a hunter green pillow or perhaps one that is Dijon yellow.

Velvet is a touchy-feely fabric like none other.  If you want to add texture, colour and a rich look that is luxurious, try adding Velvet to your home decor.

Article Written By: Ellen Zworth

Design Consultant at Decorium

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Living coral 2019 color of the Year

Living coral is a combination of orange, pink and peach tones. This color represents carefree living and happiness. This shade affirms life through a dual role of energizing and nourishing.

Using the color coral in any room instantly adds warmth end energy and, at the same time, can be the perfect bold statement. Coral is versatile shade and can be match with neutrals or primary shades.

My favorite is to match coral with shades of blue. Blending coral and blue, especially navy, not only creates an elegant look, but evokes the rejuvenating power of the beach.

To build new look in your home, swap out a few accessories in the color of the moment for a fresh look that’s affordable enough to change with the season.


Article Written By: Renata Biala

Design consultant at Decorium

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Building Your Home Office


These days it’s becoming harder to leave our work at the office, and more and more of us are finding it necessary to incorporate a Home Office space into our home’s decor.

Here are a few tips to think about when designing a Home Office space, that will help you stay relaxed and focused, so you can work more creatively and efficiently:

    • Designate a spot for your Home Office: Choose a room as far away from busy social areas such as the kitchen and family room.


    • Choose a desk with a large enough work surface for the tasks you will need to perform, as well as storage drawers to hold files and important items you need to access regularly.


    • Choosing a comfortable office chair is very important to keep your body comfortable and relaxed, and your mind focused.  An office chair on caster wheels is also a great option if you need to move around to access items from a near by credenza or bookcase.


    • Storage: If the space in your room allows, having a credenza or bookcase in the room is great for added storage and organization.


    • Lighting:  Make sure you have the proper light fixtures for your needs.  Use desk lamps for task lighting and ceiling lamps for overall lighting of the room.  If your room has windows, natural sunlight is great for you, both mentally and physically, and provides an overall sense of well-being.


Large or small, whether your Home Office space will be used for running a business, catching up on office work, or just paying bills, you deserve to have a space that is as charming and comfortable as the rest of your home; and a place where you’ll actually want to burn the midnight oil!


Article Written By: Beatrice Espinola

Design Consultant at Decorium

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Winter Trends 2019


Not everybody likes winter, it is cold, you get salt stains on everything and the days are way too short. 

All everyone wants to do after work is come home to a warm and cozy place.

Winter trends are always changing from one year to the next. This year the colors for winter are off beat and pretty amazing. Vibrant colours like yellow, rose and purple are all the rage.

Imagine, putting a new little rug in yellow or rose, or add some new purple toss cushions or a new yellow throw to your sofa.

Another winter trend this year is Ball Lamps and Sculptures, which you can find in any store, to make your home chic and trendy.

Winter is the time to show your talents and inner thrive for fashion and style.

Colors are very important for setting the right tone, and by adding simple new pieces in new trend colors, like yellow and purple you will be able to create an ambiance of warmth and happiness.

Enjoy winter!


Article Written By: Adriana Glait

Design Consultant at Decorium

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Marshall Mattress

Marshall Mattress - Classic Indulgence - King Mattress with Box


The most important piece of furniture in anyone’s home is a Mattress.

A good night sleep gives you the energy and stamina for the day ahead.

Marshall mattress got it’s start by making mattresses for orthopedic patients in hospitals. Their main focus was and still is all about your muscular skeletal system, ie. your bones and muscles.

The Canadian Company that started more then 100 years ago, still stands as the no 1 mattress in the world.

Pocketed coils are the best when it comes to hand made coils. To cover them, Marshall uses the best fabrics out there like all natural cotton, wool, silk and linen.

Every style of mattress is different and made for the needs of your unique body structure.

Only a couple of stores are authorized to carry these amazing products, and Decorium is proudly one of them.

At Decorium, we have a beautiful mattress gallery, where we showcase a large variety of styles, from the original to the most sophisticated and unique Bespoke mattress.

Come give us a visit, lie down on a mattress and see which one suits your needs.

Good night and sweet dreams on a Marshall Mattress!


Article Written By: Alla Wolfson

Design Consultant at Decorium

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Neutral Aesthetic

If your aesthetic veers to the light and neutral palette of cream, ivory, or beige or white, you need never worry about making a decorating mistake with traumatic results.

Tailored furnishings upholstered in a restrained palette are proven to have trend resistant staying power.  When you lay the groundwork by investing in timeless, neutral pieces you’ve taken the first step toward longevity, but you’ve also opened the door to changeability by allowing the flexibility to rethink accents, accessories and art in the future.

With a neutral backdrop, it’s always easy to swap out accents and make it look like you got a whole new room.

Article Written by Ellen Zworth

Design Consultant at Decorium

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