Sarah Off the Grid
Sarah Richardson is an award-winning designer and television personality, known around the world for dramatic transformations that turn ordinary spaces into magazine-worthy rooms with an incredible wow factor. Sarah is the host and co-producer of eight HGTV lifestyle series seen in over 100 countries where she shares her practical, endearing and inspiring approach to décor and design with viewers. Her newest show premiers fall 2017.
In addition to being a past contributor and columnist for The Globe and Mail and Chatelaine, Canada’s most read women’s magazine, Sarah was Home Design Director and décor columnist for Good Housekeeping Magazine.
Sarah has a growing line of signature products including custom furniture and 2 fabric lines for Kravet Inc. She is also a bestselling author. “Sarah Style” and “At Home Sarah Style” were both on The Globe and Mail bestseller list for over 4 months. Most recently Sarah was at the top of House & Home Magazine’s 30th Anniversary Issue’s “Designer A-List” which she considers to be a true honor.
Sarah is considered a creative powerhouse in the design world and juggles the daily running of a high-demand design business, Sarah Richardson Design Inc. based in Toronto with clients throughout Canada, US and UK. www.sarahrichardsondesign.com
Instagram: sarahrichardsondesign | Twitter: @SarahR_Design
is an interior designer, stylist, maker, and all-around rainbow-thrower. Her vibrant and multi-faceted design philosophy has transformed countless spaces and homes in Canada. She hosts shows on HGTV and is a regular guest expert on City TV's Cityline. Tiffany also recently released her first book: This Can Be Beautiful
Instagram: TheTiffanyPratt | Twitter: @thetiffanypratt
As a colour & design aficionado, lifestyle expert, and DIY doyenne, Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault has spent years crafting a unique philosophy for design that fuses ingenuity, whimsy, and quality workmanship – all on a “frugalista” budget. She believes that we shouldn’t take our spaces too seriously, and that great design is not about how much money you spend, but rather how creative you can be. Amongst the many hats she wears, Leigh-Ann is a regular contributor on Cityline, a spokesperson for Rust-Oleum Canada. With a passion to educate and inspire, Leigh-Ann embraces every opportunity she gets to spark creativity and instill confidence in others who strive to “DO IT YOURSELF”.
Neil Harding has been with Sleep Country Canada for over 17 years. He is responsible for home shows, training and product knowledge nationally. He has extensive experience in all aspects of the mattress industry and is considered an expert in his field.
Award-winning interior designer, Jamie Banfield has become a creative force in the industry, and recognized for his contemporary West Coast style. Specializing in design for all spaces, with a focus on kitchen and bath, Jamie has the ability to transform and create well-edited spaces that exude both function and beauty. With a passion for textures and sustainable design, he often uses reclaimed materials, offering a unique perspective to his finished rooms. Recently recognized by the National Kitchen and Bath Association as one of the industry’s top 30 Under 30 in North America, Jamie’s work can be seen in private residences throughout Western Canada.
Formally trained in interior design, with a complementary background in manufacturing, construction, and custom millwork, Jamie has an intrinsic understanding of the total design process. From inspiration to final completion, his knowledge, attention to detail, and ability to listen to his clients’ needs, have resulted in aesthetically functional rooms that truly reflect the people who live there.