Prepare your “home for the holidays” at the Fort Lauderdale Home Design and Remodeling Show! Taking place November 18-20, South Florida homeowners will have plenty of time to make some pre-Thanksgiving improvements. With approximately 250 businesses participating, choose from furniture, fine art and home décor, as well as products and services related to large remodeling projects, home repair, and landscaping. Ask the experts and take advantage of special offers available only at the Show.
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Orchard Supply Hardware ® (OSH), a California-based lifestyle hardware and garden supply destination, is bringing to South Florida, its unique approach to shopping for home enjoyment. The company’s presence at the Home Show coincides with the recent opening of its first Southeastern US store in Fort Lauderdale. Orchard’s merchandise is thoughtfully curated to make DIY more do-able, offering paint, repair, backyard and seasonal décor solutions that help spread happiness and maximize home enjoyment. Their friendly, knowledgeable associates are true resources for customers.
Luxe Home Interiors presents Italian furniture and design advice on how to make the dining room become your home’s focal point. Learn to determine what style best suits your home and interior design schema: Modern, Contemporary, or Classic.
Art Connection has been exhibiting at the Home Show for 25 years. Whether you are an art collector, designer or artist, stop by their booth and find out how to add to your collection of original oils, acrylics, limited edition giclee, sculptures and more – just in time for both the holidays and Miami (South Florida) art fair season!
Canadian company, KANDY Outdoor Flooring is making its US debut with special prices and installation incentives available only at the Fort Lauderdale Home Show! Expand your home experiences with outdoor flooring solutions designed specifically for condo balconies and will comply to HOA rules or by-laws. Choose from a variety of natural and man-made materials. KANDY’s flooring is installed without the use of glue, grout, or nails.
Broward Landscape’s expert design team can handle both commercial and residential landscape installation. Educated staff evaluates your sun/shade exposure, plant growth rates, water intake, plus tests your soil with the University of Florida Soil Extension. Learn how to enhance your outdoor living experiences.READ MORE: 'Sick To My Stomach': Dollar Tree Fanatics Protest New $1.25 Prices
Bagnotti USA likes to keep things natural and uses 100% natural wood cabinets and handmade gemstone and solid surface wash basins to create unique bathrooms. The company has received prestigious recognition for its brand including: 2015 Milano Design Award #2 and 2014 Cologne Design Award #1. Italian and Turkish designers take classical inspiration and adapt those concepts to the modern design and trends suitable for today’s consumer.
It’s important to emphasize that the home should never be all work and no play! At the Show, you can find plenty of home leisure and lifestyle products such as IntelliTurf. If you are looking to create a synthetic grass play area, this company’s mission is to LIVE, PLAY and SAVE GREEN. All products are made in the USA, premium-grade and free of toxic substances.
Visit the Fort Lauderdale Home Design and Remodeling Show and “Let Us Help Improve Your Home!” Purchase tickets online by November 17th to save $3.00 on adult admission.
Admission includes seminars by home improvement experts including Interior Designer, Taniya Nayak of HGTV and ABC’s “The Great Christmas Light Fight”; daily cooking demos; artist and interior designer interactions, and more.
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