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GRAY starts the year off by exploring some of the most exciting design shows of the season. Join us in Toronto, Paris, and Las Vegas, or keep an eye on our Instagram channel for live streams and posts direct from the show floors.


January 19–22, 2023

IDS Toronto

Moving Parts: Design for a Complex World

The Interior Design Show (IDS) Toronto brings together the newest and most innovative works of international and Canadian design. From a show floor filled with exhibitors of top brands to seminar sessions to keynotes on the Caesarstone Stage and GRAY Stage, visitors will experience the Moving Parts of the design world: products incorporating sustainable materials and components, designs adapting to how humans want to live and interact now, and work resulting from reinvented manufacturing.

GRAY Stage

A main staple at IDS Vancouver, the GRAY Stage makes its debut at IDS Toronto 2023.

In collaboration with IDC and ARIDO, the GRAY Stage will host talks with designers and visionaries about the significance that design has on our future; allowing makers, designers, and innovators the opportunity to share or demonstrate their ideas live on stage.


January 19–23, 2023

Maison&Objet, Paris

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Welcome to a world that brings together softness, values, and optimism

GRAY is looking forward to exploring the January edition of Maison&Objet. Its theme, developed in partnership with the NellyRodi agency, is "Take Care!" Take care… of yourself, of your mental and physical health, of others, of the planet, of one’s expert skill.

The Art of Resilience

Standing in solidarity with Ukraine, the fair offers free rein to Ukrainian-based designers and intends to show that Ukrainian design—like each of Ukrainian, wherever the war has sent them—is surviving, and even thriving. Designers keep creating, launching new collections, and producing.

“What’s New?” spaces

The three trend experts for the “What’s new” spaces will illustrate the “Take Care!” theme, each with their own sensibilities. “In the air” by Elizabeth Leriche invites us to lightness and repose, with a setting full of solutions to step out of the stress that surrounds us. Trend expert François Delclaux will introduce us to the concept of “Slow hospitality”, for journeys beyond time that invite us to slow down, and François Bernard will present raw and earthy designs full of discoveries, which he unearthed among fair exhibitors, within his “Grounded” space.


January 31–February 2, 2023

KBIS, Las Vegas


The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), the all-industry association representing the North American kitchen and bath industry, presents the NKBA | KBIS NEXT Stage—is host to more than 20 programs and 60 leading industry voices and personalities. Programming includes sustainable living, design trends, designer/client relationships, economic forecasts, wellness, and more. The stage will also host the Best of KBIS, 30’s Choice Awards, and Designhounds Designer Finds.

GRAY takes the stage at 2 p.m. on January 31 for the Kitchen & Bath Catwalk—a panel discussion moderated by Brandon Gaston, GRAY's senior digital content strategist—where stage guests explore the fashion industry's influence on kitchen and bath design, from innovative materials, colors, and textures.


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