The Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show is “making room” for
HGTV’s Vern Yip, an award-winning
Interior Designer who will be starring in the newest season of TLC’s “Trading
Spaces!” Known for his sophisticated yet sensible style, show-goers will have a
chance to learn pro tips and get a sneak peek behind the scenes of the highly
anticipated return of America’s favorite room makeover show.
South Florida’s largest home design and improvement expo
offers thousands of home and garden products and services. Find the latest
trends, compare and find special offers exclusive to the show, talk to the
experts, and see room vignettes designed by the Show’s featured Interior
Designers: Roberta Black, Jessica Boudreaux, Reginald Dunlap, Viviana
Galetto and Natalie Kight.
Guests can also enjoy lifestyle seminars and family-friendly activities at the Ygrene Home Improvement Stage. The
Miami Home Show takes place from Friday,
April 6th to Sunday, April 8th at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Vern Yip will speak, answer questions and sign autographs
at 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. Saturday, April
7th and 3:00 p.m. Sunday, April 8th. All seminars and features
are free with Show admission. Purchase tickets online by Thursday, April
5th and SAVE $3.00.
About Vern Yip
Vern Yip is
one of HGTV’s most recognizable designers with over 10 years on the network.
Yip’s past HGTV projects include four seasons of his own show titled, “Deserving Design with Vern Yip,” two
seasons as host and designer of “HGTV
Urban Oasis,” several seasons as host and design expert of “Bang for Your Buck” and eight seasons
of HGTV’s top-rated prime-time series “HGTV Design Star.” His most recent HGTV
project, “Live in Vern’s House,”
chronicled the building of his dream beach home. Yip has also knocked down
walls and made over countless homes and restaurants during
his four seasons on TLC’s “Trading Spaces,” the first US show to broadly introduce
affordable and accessible home design to American audiences everywhere. He will be back on TLC this April
with the re-launch of the show.
Yip has traveled as a travel and design columnist for The Washington Post, a design advisor
to global brands, and as a U.S. Ambassador for UNICEF. His award-winning design
work has made its way onto the pages of House
Beautiful, HGTV Magazine,
and the September 2016 cover of Traditional
Home. He has been prominently featured in publications such as Entertainment Weekly, The New York Times, USA Today, and People magazine, including a spot on
this year’s Most Beautiful list.
Yip is also frequently seen on NBC’s “TODAY”
show, CNN, and “Live! with
Kelly and Ryan.” Yip’s
first book, “Vern Yip’s Design Wise: Your Smart Guide to a Beautiful Home”
spent nearly a week as an Amazon #1 Bestseller and in the overall Amazon Top
15, landing at #2 on The New York Times Bestseller list. In addition to being a
New York Times Bestselling Author, he is also a regular contributor to HGTV
Yip’s projects have amassed an impressive list of design
awards including: 2015 Design Maverick Nominee, the Distinguished Southerner
Award, and Southeast Designer of the Year. Yip also currently runs his own
design company in Atlanta, Vern Yip Designs.
Where Your House Becomes a
With over 40 years of Shows in Miami and Broward, the Home Design and Remodeling Show is South
Florida’s premier expo for home design and improvement. Choose from a wide
selection of products and services suited for small decorating to large
renovation projects: furniture; fine art and décor; landscaping design, patio
furniture and grills; appliances; doors, cabinets and fixtures; flooring; home
automation; wall and window treatments; home automation; hurricane protection,
and much more.
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Where, When and Contact
1900 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL
(just east of Meridian Avenue at 17th Street)
April 6-8, 2018
Lisa Morales, [email protected]
Yip, award-winning celebrity Interior Designer from HGTV and TLC’s “Trading
Spaces” will discuss sophisticated and sensible design at the Miami Home Design
and Remodeling Show.
Photo | Vern Yip Designs