Home depot had a “Dig into Spring DIY” product launch at The Berkeley Fieldhouse event venue Toronto.
The Berkeley Fieldhouse was transformed into a beautiful airy showroom for the Home Depot spring collection. The modern open space with abundant natural light provided a picturesque backdrop for the product launch and demonstration day.
The event was informative for the DIY community, providing opportunities for customers to participate in the coming season with their well designed products.
Home Depot uses the Facebook platform in a creative and informative manner as their page states “Welcome to the official page of The Home Depot – a fun and collaborative place for home improvement doers to find inspiration and motivation to tackle their next project.” https://www.facebook.com/homedepot.
posted from Home Depot facebook page titled “Always find your way home by building your very own yellow brick road! “http://thd.co/Zxp3bx and includes a how-to slide show.
Their facebook page is informative and fun.
posted via https://www.facebook.com/homedepot
“From patio loungers to garden tables, patio umbrellas and cushions, The Home Depot has everything to help you upgrade your outdoor living space for any season.” https://www.homedepot.ca
Berkeley Catering created an original signature menu that reflected the brands style and the launches colour palette with fresh locally sourced artisanal dishes.
For a little inspiration here was the Berkeley Catering menu….
Cucumber cups diced mango w/ white fish ceviche
Fresh Thai spring rolls with sweet chili dipping sauce
Grilled pineapple and sugar cane drink (grilled on BBQ)
Mini slider: brioche buns with ground Angus beef (made on BBQ)
Outdoor Power Station
Grilled peaches wrapped in proscuitto
Décor / DIY Station
Homemade Mini Desserts — Small Chocolate Tarts, Mini Crème
Mini Cream Puffs filled with Dolce Leche, Lavender Shortbread
The Toronto media event and launch translated the potential of Home Depot to partner with the costumer via their product line and informative DIY social media channels to create something special for their home environment.
pictures by Paul McNulty